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Isabella de' Medici portrait during treatment, note the difference in the hand dimensions

Isabella de’ Medici, attributed to Allesandro Allori - Carnegie Museum of Art PITTSBURGH, PA.- Carnegie Museum of Art announces the.

Coral necklace -- Caterinas Generous Chests-- 1525-1535 Francucci Innocenzo - Portrait of a woman

Portrait of a Woman ~ ~ by Francucci Innocenzo (Italian, ~ Innocenzo Francucci, generally known as Innocenzo da Imola, was an Italian painter and draftsman.

Venice, Republic of Venice    Tiziano Vecellio (Titian), circa 1545: Portrait of Titian's daughter Lavinia    Naples, Museo Nazionale de Capodimonte

Vecellio Tiziano Portrait of a Girl, , Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte, Naples. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Portrait of a Girl by Vecellio Tiziano.

Anonimo fiorentino sec.

Portrait of Anna Maria Louisa De' Medici (1667-1743), Half Length, in a Brown Dress By Jacob Ferdinand Voet

Portrait of Anna Maria Louisa De' Medici Half Length, in a Brown Dress By Jacob Ferdinand Voet another bodice idea

Titian aka Tiziano Vecellio di Gregorio (1489-1576) — Portrait of a Lady In White, c.1556 :The Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister , Dresden. Germany (900×1208)

Titian aka Tiziano Vecellio di Gregorio (1489-1576) — Portrait of a Lady In White, c.1556 :The Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister , Dresden. Germany (900×1208)

ca. 1571 Eleonora di Don Garzia di Toledo di Pietro de Medici by Alessandro Allori (Kunsthistorisches Museum - Wien Austria)

ca. 1571 Eleonora di Garzia di Toledo, often called Maria de Medicis, by Alessandro Allori (Kunsthistorisches Museum, Wien) bodice and face

Margaret of Parma by Sir Anthonis Mor (Netherlandish, also known as Anthonis Mor van Dashorst and Antonio Moro, ca. 1517-1577), ca. 1555

Portrait of Margaret of Parma. By Anthonis Mor Margaret was the illegitimate daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Charles V and Johanna Maria van der Gheynst. She was Duchess consort of Florence and a Duchess consort of Parma and Piacenza by marriage.

1565-1575 attributed to Francesco Montemezzano Portrait of a Woman with a Squirrel

Francesco Montemezzano (Italian, Venetian, ca. Portrait of a Lady with a Squirrel It's About Time: - Unusual pets

It's About Time: 1500-1600s Fashion - Modified ruffs & wings + a bit of color

Fashion - Ruffs Galore, traditional & modified, attributed to Marcus Gheeraerts or his school. Marcus Gheeraerts the younger (Flemish artist, Lady 1619

1540-1570 Unknown artist from Bergamo - Double portrait. I like this because you rarely see affection between portrait couples in this era.

Unknown artist from Bergamo - Double portrait. I like this because you rarely see affection between portrait couples in this era.

Sofonisba Anguissola (attributed), Dona Maria Manrique de Lara y Pernstein and one of her daughters.c.1574 www.transitionresearchfoundation.com

Attributed to Sofonisba Anguissola - Dona Maria Manrique de Lara y Pernstein and one of her Alternately attributed by Sanchez Coello and less often Georges van der Straeten.

Portrait of a young woman,1530 by Parmigianino  In the XVth century a curious fur garment became popular.The zibellino was made either of a whole skinned sable or a marten and was worn around the neck,the waist or it was simply held in the hand.The animal's face was made by a goldsmith with jewels for eyes and ears and paws hung with pearls.The main purpose is debated today but it's been thought that it acted as a distraction for fleas and kept them away from the body

Portrait of a young woman,1530 by Parmigianino In the XVth century a curious fur garment became popular.The zibellino was made either of a whole skinned sable or a marten and was worn around the neck,the waist or it was simply held in the hand.The animal's face was made by a goldsmith with jewels for eyes and ears and paws hung with pearls.The main purpose is debated today but it's been thought that it acted as a distraction for fleas and kept them away from the body

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