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Attributed to Hans Memling (active by ca. Young Woman with a Pink, Oil on wood. (Early Netherlandish Style of European Renaissance Art) part of an of true love Illustrations, Illustration Art, Hans Memling, Renaissance Kunst, Italian Renaissance, Art Ancien, Jan Van Eyck, Late Middle Ages, Medieval Art

Hans Memling | Young Woman with a Pink | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Artist: Attributed to Hans Memling (Netherlandish, Seligenstadt, active by 1465–died 1494 Bruges). Date: ca. 1485–90. Medium: Oil on wood. Dimensions: O...

Headwear worn by Venetian ladies in the century. Also worn throughout France, England, and other Northern European countries.this is referred to, as a Hennin.there are also variations of a more bluntcated hennin with a veil Medieval Hats, Medieval Costume, Victorian Costume, Medieval Times, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Renaissance, Hennin, Vintage Outfits

Headwear worn by Venetian ladies in the 15th century.Also worn throughout France, England, and other Northern European countries, not just in Venice.

'Portrait of Isabel I of Castile', century copy of original by Antonio del Rincón Renaissance Portraits, Renaissance Fashion, Italian Renaissance, Renaissance Art, Tudor Fashion, Tudor History, European History, Art History, Isabel I

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vcrfl: “ Portrait of Isabella I of Castile (1451–1504) Originally attributed to her court painter, Antonio del Rincón, it is now considered a 16th century copy by an anonymous artist. ”

The Book of the Hunt of King Modus & Queen Ratio Century CE Flemish Miniature Painting) Medieval Books, Medieval World, Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Illuminated Letters, Illuminated Manuscript, Medieval Paintings, Spiritus

Henri de Ferrières, Les Livres du roy Modus et de la royne Ratio 314

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ca first half of century, "waffenrock" (a military garment). Medieval Armor, Medieval Dress, Medieval Clothing, Historical Clothing, 15th Century Fashion, 15th Century Clothing, 14th Century, Renaissance Mode, Renaissance Fashion

Extant originals - European medieval, Waffenrock

Waffenrock from the first half of the 15th century, Heimatmuseum, Stendal

Courtiers in a Rose Garden: Four Gentlemen and Four Ladies Date:ca. Culture:South Netherlandish Medium:Wool warp, wool, silk, and metallic weft yarns Dimensions:Overall: 149 x x Medieval Life, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, Medieval Art, Historical Clothing, Renaissance, Lancaster, 15th Century Clothing, Medieval Tapestry

Courtiers in a Rose Garden: Four Gentlemen and Four Ladies | South Netherlandish | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Courtiers in a Rose Garden - 1440-50 - South Netherlandish

'Chopine' the original platform shoe in Venetian cut-velvet silk with gilt-metal lace trim and linen lining; plus silk satin ribbon, metallic woven trim, metal nails, wood and leather. Mode Renaissance, Costume Renaissance, Italian Renaissance, Renaissance Fashion, Vintage Shoes, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion, 1930s Fashion, Vintage Purses

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Think you know every kind of footwear fathomed into existence by man and woman? Well, here's a little run for your knowledge. See if you are, in fact, hot

Lucrezia Borgia painted by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. The tale of the Borgias captivated Rossetti. Lucrezia Borgia was the member of a ruthless political family. Her father Rodrigo Borgia eventually became Pope Alexander VI. Les Borgias, Lucrezia Borgia, Mode Renaissance, Costume Renaissance, Renaissance Fashion, European History, Women In History, Art History, Santa Catarina

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princessoftherenaissance: “ Lucrezia as St. Catherine of Alexandria in a fresco by Pinturiccio, in the Sala dei Santi the Borgia apartments in the Vatican, c. 1494. ”