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century 'camicia' (smock) from the Prado Museum in Tuscany Extant example in Prato Museum. (Found in La Moda a Firenze and At Home in Renaissance Italy. Renaissance Mode, Renaissance Shirt, Renaissance Costume, Renaissance Fashion, Renaissance Clothing, Italian Renaissance, 16th Century Clothing, 16th Century Fashion, 14th Century
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Extant Camicias - 10. Prato, Museo Del Tessuto

“*audible gasp* "A woman's white linen smock decorated w/ intricate bands of cutwork. Renaissance Fashion, Renaissance Clothing, Antique Clothing, 16th Century Clothing, 16th Century Fashion, 17th Century, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Antique Lace

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Doublet Date: 1600 Culture: European, Eastern Medium: silk Dimensions: Height: 22 in. 17th Century Clothing, 17th Century Fashion, 16th Century, Clothing And Textile, Antique Clothing, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Elizabethan Clothing, Beautiful Outfits
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Doublet | European, Eastern | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Adam in the Looking Glass," January 13, 1950–July 1950.The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Fine Art of Costume," October 15, 1954–February 28, 1955.The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Doublet Culture:European, Eastern Medium:silk Dimensions:Height: 22 in. cm) Credit Line:Gift of Bashford Dean, 1923 Accession Doublet Renaissance Mode, Renaissance Costume, Renaissance Fashion, 17th Century Clothing, 17th Century Fashion, 16th Century, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Hena
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Doublet | European, Eastern | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Adam in the Looking Glass," January 13, 1950–July 1950.The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Fine Art of Costume," October 15, 1954–February 28, 1955.The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Jerkin-Excerpt: 'The jerkin was a sleeveless vest or waistcoat worn as an outer garment. It would be worn over a a nobleman's doublet for propriety or over the shirt for a peasant. The doublet and jerkin can easily be confused, but the main difference Renaissance Mode, Renaissance Costume, Renaissance Fashion, Renaissance Clothing, Medieval Costume, Italian Renaissance, The Tudors, 16th Century Clothing, 16th Century Fashion

Jerkin | European | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Date: 1570–80. Culture: European. Medium: silk, metal thread. Credit Line: Gift of Bashford Dean, 1926. Accession Number: 26.196. ...

Fencing Doublet, ca. Western European This doublet is a rare example of sixteenth-century male clothing, very little of which has survived. The cut of the doublet, particularly the protruding "peascod" waist, is typical of fashionable costume of the and Renaissance Mode, Renaissance Fashion, Renaissance Clothing, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Moda Medieval, 17th Century Clothing, Doublet, Period Outfit

Fencing Doublet | Western European | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Fencing Doublet featuring a protruding peascod waist Western European about 1580 CE Leather silk linen cotton

Sadness and classic art — Federico Barocci, Portrait of a Young Lady. Elizabethan Era, Detailed Paintings, Hieronymus Bosch, Classic Paintings, Art Paintings, Renaissance Art, Medieval Art, Classical Art, Detail Art
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), by Antonio Moro (aka. Anthonis Mor, and Anthonis Mor van Dashorst) (Dutch, Louise Bourgeois, Lace Painting, Renaissance Jewelry, Keys Art, Historical Women, Classical Art, Detail Art, Pretty Art, Beautiful Paintings
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La duquesa de Feria (?), by Antonio Moro (aka. Anthonis Mor, and Anthonis Mor van Dashorst) (Dutch, 1517-1577)

Antonis Mor detail "Portrait of a Court Lady". 16th Century Clothing, Renaissance Kunst, Historical Art, Victorian Art, Old Paintings, Portraits, Classical Art, Tudor, Fashion History
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Antonio Mor (c. 1517 - Portrait of Mary I, Queen of England in an embroidered dress, detail . why do I feel like a handless every time I see such work.peasantse,servants,slaves made it at the time ! Mode Renaissance, Renaissance Jewelry, Renaissance Fashion, Medieval Jewelry, Mary I Of England, Queen Of England, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Tudor History
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Detail from Portrait of a Lady by Alessandro Allori Thought to be Camilla de Medici

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SAS LA DUCHESSA DI TOSCANA ELEONORA D'ÁLVAREZ DI TOLEDO E OSORIO PIMENTEL

Leonor de Toledo fue una tataranieta del primer duque de Alba de Tormes.