Category Archives: 1620

Civil suit in the time of Louis XIII.

Civil suit. Baroque fashion. Louis XIII. 17th century costume.

Civil suit in the time of Louis XIII. 17th century

Civil suit in the time of Louis XIII.

Costume civil du temps de Louis XIII. XVIIe siècle.

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Marie de Medici in widow costume.

French Court Lady. Marie de Medici as widow. Gentleman ostume. Baroque fashion history

Court Lady. Marie de Medici as widow. Gentleman, 1620.

Court Lady. Marie de Medici as widow. Gentleman, 1620.

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Renaissance court costume.

Renaissance court dress. 16th century fashion. costume history

Gentleman of the court of Francis I.

Renaissance court costume.

Gentleman of the court of Francis I. 16th century

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Inside the House of a Barbier. France 17th century.

Interior 17th century. Baroque fashion. Louis XIII era.

Interior of the House of a Barbier.

Inside the House of a Barbier. Under Louis XIII. 17th century.

Intérieur de la Maison d’un Barbier. Sous Louis XIII. XVII Siècle.

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Prime Carriages under Louis XIII. 17th Century.

Prime Carriages. 17th Century fashion. Baroque costumes.

Prime Carriages under Louis XIII. 17th Century.

Prime Carriages under Louis XIII. 17th Century.

Les premiers carrosses sous Louis XIII (XVIIe siècle). Bibliothèque Nationale. Cabinet des Estampes dꞌ après Raimbaut. Gravure extraite de l’ ouvrage de H. Gourdon de Genouillac. Histoire nationale de Paris et des Parisiens depuis la fondation de Lutèce jusqu’à nos jours.
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Shops at Galerie du Palais de Justice. 17th century.

Baroque fashion. 17th century shop. Louis XIII costumes.

Shops at Galerie du Palais de Justice. 17th century.

Shops at Galerie du Palais de Justice. 17th century. Reign of Louis XIII. National Library.

Les Boutiques de la Galerie du Palais de Justice. Règne de Louis XIII. Bibliothèque Nationale.
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The departure of the Mayflower

Mayflower pilgrim fathers. England Tudor era.

Departure of the pilgrim fathers from Delft haven, July 1620.

The Mayflower was a sailing vessel, with the so-called Pilgrim Fathers, many of whom were from central England, set out for America to lead a new life there. The ship was about 28 meters long, nine meters wide, and had about 4 meters draft. Aboard the Mayflower were 102 passengers and 31 crew. Captain of the ship was Christopher Jones. During the crossing, two people died and a child was born. The journey of the Mayflower is the most prominent example of the colonization of America by Europeans and is sometimes presented falsely as their beginning.

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Poland nobility costumes. Baroque fashion.

Poland Costume History. Baroque Nobility costumes.

Poland. Costumes of the nobility 1620.

Poland nobility costumes. Baroque fashion.

Poland. Costumes of the nobility. Early seventeenth century. Polonia. Trajes de la nobleza. Principios del siglo XVII.

Source: Galería del Arte Decorativo: Enciclopedia Universal de Trajes, Armas, Muebles, Arquitectura, Útiles Domésticos y Ornamentación de Todos los Tiempos. Editor: J. Aleu Fugarull, Barcelona 1824.

Mary Sidney. Countess of Pembroke 1621.

Mary Sidney. Countess of Pembroke. England 17th century clothing. Baroque costume. Headdress

Mary Sidney. Countess of Pembroke 1621.

Mary Sidney. Countess of Pembroke 1621.

Mary Sidney Herbert, Countess of Pembroke (1561-1621) was a scholar noble English writer in Elizabethan time and the center of an artist circle. She enjoyed a humanist education: French, Italian (by an Italian woman), Greek and Latin, as well as music lessons, playing lute, virginal, possibly violin and sang. Her brothers were the poet Sir Philip Sidney, Henry Sidney, Earl of Leicester and Sir Robert Sidney. The parents were Sir Henry Sidney (1529-1586), the Lord Deputy of Ireland was three, and Mary Sidney, daughter of John Dudley, 1st Duke of Northumberland and under Edward VI. High Protector of England. In her country estate, she gained over 20 years in a circle of poets and musicians around (“Wilton Circle”), including Edmund Spenser (he dedicated his “Ruines of Time”), Michael Drayton, Sir John Davies, who was also her secretary , and Samuel Daniel. Like her brother, she tried in her circle to promote the English language and refine, in particular by translations of the Bible. She herself was well versed and active in the Calvinist theology in the help for Huguenot refugees. 1577 she married the much older Henry Herbert, 2nd Earl of Pembroke (1534-1601), lived with on the family seat of Pembroke at Wilton House in Salisbury (Wiltshire) and in London in Baynard’s Castle. It is assumed that Christopher Marlowe the Latin dedication to Thomas Watson Amintæ Gaudia Mary Herbert, Countess of Pembroke wrote.

Charles Howard, First Earl of Nottingham 1624

Charles Howard, First Earl of Nottingham. England 17th century Tudor clothing. Baroque costume. Headdress

Charles Howard, First Earl of Nottingham 1624

Charles Howard, First Earl of Nottingham 1624.

Charles Howard, 1st Earl of Nottingham (1536-1624) was an English statesman and admiral. He was the son of William Howard, 1st Baron Howard of Effingham and Margaret Gamage, a daughter of Sir Thomas Gamage. His great-grandfather was Thomas Howard, 2nd Duke of Norfolk. He was since 1575 Knight of the Garter. On 8 July 1585 Howard was appointed Lord High Admiral. A year later he was involved in the trial of Mary Stuart. 1587 he was appointed Commander-in-Chief of the British fleet, which was arrayed against the Spanish Armada, appointed, although he was then not directly involved in the fight against the Spanish Armada. His flagship was the Ark Royal. In 1596 he commanded together with Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex, the expedition that pillaged Cádiz. In July 1597 he became Chief Justice in Eyre south of the Trent. In 1601 he was responsible for the crackdown on the Essex Rebellion. Howard died in 1624 at the age of 88 years. The title of Earl of Nottingham became extinct with the death of his younger son Charles Howard, 3rd Earl of Nottingham, in the year 1681.

English fashion in the 17th Century.

English fashion in the 17th Century. Royalist soldier. William Villiers Viscont of Grandison. Anna, Countess of Chesterfield. Francis Duchess of Richmond. London Palace Guard uniforms. Costumes English citizens. Slingsby Bethel, Sheriff of London. Duchess of Cleveland.

English fashion in the 17th Century.

English fashion in the 17th Century.

Top row left to right: Anna, Countess of Chesterfield 1640. Gentleman of the court of Charles II 1665. Duke of Newcastle 1646. Right: William Villiers Viscont of Grandison 1640. Royalist soldier 1649. Nobleman 1649.
Bottom row left: Slingsby Bethel, Sheriff of London 1680. Cavalier under Charles II 1680. Duchess of Cleveland 1675. Right: James Marquis of Hamilton 1620. English citizens 1645. Francis Duchess of Richmond 1620. Palace Guard 1625. Baroque period, Galante Conduite.

On the history of costumes. Münchener Bilderbogen. Edited by Braun and Schneider 1860.