Category Archives: 17th Century

Louis XIII. fashion. France Ancien Régime.

Musketeers. Baroque military uniforms. Costumes France 17th century. Louis XIII modes.

Marshal Souvré. Mr. Bellegarde, Grand Squire of France. M. Pluvinel, Riding Master of Louis XIII. (1610-1643).

Louis XIII. fashion. Ancien Régime.

Marshal Souvré. Mr. Bellegarde, Grand Squire of France. M. Pluvinel, Riding Master of Louis XIII. (1610-1643).
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Gentlemen of 1615-1630.

Musketeers costumes. Baroque fashion history. Gentlemen 17th century costumes.

Gentlemen of 1615-1630.

Gentlemen of 1615-1630.

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Knight of the Holy Spirit. Ancien Régime.

Knight Holy Spirit. Baroque fashion history. Louis XIII. France 17th century costumes.

France 17th century fashion. Ancien Régime.

Knight of the Holy Spirit.

France 17th century fashion. Ancien Régime.

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Lady in Great Attire. 17th century.

Great Attire. Baroque fashion history. Gentleman, Peasants costumes. 17th century fashion.

Dame en Grande Tenue. Gentilhomme et Paysans (1635).

Lady in Great Attire. Gentleman and Peasants costumes. (1635)

Dame en Grande Tenue. Gentilhomme et Paysans.

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Costume of Chambermaid. Lous XIII fashion era.

Chambermaid costume. Lady small toilet. Bourgeois of the Province. 17th century fashion.

Lous XIII fashion era.

Chambermaid. Lady small toilet. Bourgeois of the Province in 1640.

Louis XIII fashion era. French Ancien Régime
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Louis XIII on horseback. 17th century fashion.

Louis XIII fashion era. French Ancien Régime. Baroque fashion history. 17th century fashion.

Louis XIII on horseback.

Louis XIII on horseback.

D’après une gravure de 1615. Dessin de Chevignard.

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James Graham, 1. Marquess of Montrose.

 Marquis of Montrose. 17th century. English Civil War. Baroque costume.

The Marquis of Montrose at the Place of Execution.

The Execution of James Graham, 1. Marquess of Montrose.

James Graham, 1st Marquess of Montrose, (born probably in 1612 in Montrose, executed on May 21, 1650 in Edinburgh) was a Scottish nobleman who fought from 1644 to 1650  in the English Civil War in Scotland for the royal side.

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Oliver Cromwell. The Protector. History of England

Oliver Cromwell. Lord Protector of England, Scotland and Ireland. England History. 17th century.

Oliver Cromwell. Lord Protector of England, Scotland and Ireland.

Oliver Cromwell. The Protector.

Oliver Cromwell (born 1599 in Huntingdon, died on September 3, 1658 in Westminster) was Lord Protector of England, Scotland and Ireland during the brief Republican period of British history. In the history of the British Isles Cromwell is a controversial figure. Some historians rate him as a Kingslayer and dictator, while he applies by others as freedom hero.

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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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Charles the first in the guard room. 17th century.

Charles I Trial. History of England. 17th century fashion. English Civil War

Charles the first in the guard room. Charles I Insulted by Cromwell’s Soldiers by Hippolyte Delaroche. Charles I of England taunted by the victorious soldiers of Oliver Cromwell.

Charles the first in the guard room.

We feel now, as men felt very soon after the execution of Charles, that we cannot hope entirely to justify the means taken to bring about his trial and to insure the sentence. The last act of the terrible tragedy closes on a scene which has remained for more than two centuries one of the saddest and most affecting pictures in English history.

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The Battle of Marston Moor on 2 July 1644 .

Oliver Cromwell. The Battle of Marston Moor. 17th century history. England civil war.

Oliver Cromwell at the Battle of Marston Moore, July 2nd 1644. Cromwell leading a charge after being wounded in his right arm.

The Battle of Marston Moor.

The Battle of Marston Moor was held on 2 July 1644 near York and was one of the decisive battles of the English Civil War. In her the army of Parliament won his first major victory over the royalists. Northern England was thus lost for the royalists of King Charles I.

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