Madame de Pompadour Lithograph after a Painting by Francois Boucher
Marie de Médici (1575-1642) (1610 Frans Pourbus), daughter of Francesco I de Medici and Joanna of Austria, married Henri IV in 1600. In spite of Henri's infidelity, Marie gave birth to six children and became Regent to Louis XIII after Henri's 1610 death. Her political intriguing caused her to be exiled from court from 1618-1621, and exiled from France from 1630 until her death. Alleged to have been behind Henri IV's assassination, she pitted her sons Gaston and Louis XIII against each…
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The Faces of Queen Elizabeth The First, Part 3: Portraits 1588-1603.
V&A @V_and_A 2日2日前 12 Days of #vamShoes: 'Pompadour' shoes, France 1750s…
"The Young Elizabeth" (later Queen Elizabeth I), c. 1546 (Hearn, p. 78) An example of the sleeve head appearing to be attached directly to the bodice armscye & of the false undersleeve material matching the underskirt. The pointed waist & apparent absence of a center seam make it difficult to imagine this gown would have a front closure, hidden or otherwise.
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Alessandro Allori - Portrait of Isabella de' Medici (1542-1576) #renaissance #art