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Free poster or art print of c. 1578. oil on canvas. 116 x 102 cm. museo del prado, madrid, spain.. Free printables you don't have to print yourself from FreeArt.com
Starburst Pearl Carcanet
This elegant necklace is inspired by some of the lavish jewelry depicted in Renaissance portraits. Featuring white glass pearls accented with gold tone filigree it is the perfect regal addition to an outfit.
Sofonisba Anguissola - Archduchess Anna von Austria, detail head
Sofonisba Anguissola Archduchess Anna of Austria [1560s] As there are three (3) Johanna of Austria known, who lived nearly simuiltaneously, one must look closer, who is meant: She is also known as Anna or Joanna, Queen of Spain and fourth wife of Philipp II en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anna_of_Austria,_Queen_of_Spain Private Collection Dorotheum Vienna
Isabel of France by Rodrigo de Villandandro, 1621
Oil Painting: Isabel of France by Rodrigo de Villandandro, 1621. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. Size of the original painting: 79" x 45" (201 cm x 115 cm)
Juan Pantoja de la Cruz (Valladolid 1533-1608 Madrid)
Juan Pantoja de la Cruz (Valladolid 1533-1608 Madrid) A lady in a black dress with a white ruff and a child holding a birdcage on a tiled terrace with a balustradeoil on canvas 80 3/8 x 48 3/8 in. (204.1 x 122.8 cm.) with inventory brushmark '634' (on the reverse of the relining canvas)
1788/1789 Hon. Anne Bouverie, later the Hon. Mrs John Talbot (1729-1813) by Sir Thomas Lawrence (location unknown to gogm) | Grand Ladies
I do not know if Mrs. Talbot was an owl fancier, but this exaggerated bonnet-like headdress is similar to the face of an owl.
Maria Carolina of Augsburg (Ferdinand IV' s wife and Mary Antonietta of France's sister), Queen of Naples (about 1785) by Francesco Saverio Candido (Royal Palace, Naples) | Grand Ladies
Maria Carolina makes another display of magnificent hair jewelry in this Candido portrait. She appears to be holding a fan and chatelaine.