Category Archives: Baroque

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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Flemish damascene, Embroidery Designs, 17th Century.

Flemish damascene, Embroidery Designs, 17th Century. Baroque fashion.

Flemish damascene, Embroidery Designs, 17th Century.

Flemish damascene, Embroidery Designs, 17th Century.

A variety of tapestry, drapery, and damascened designs that date back to the 17th century baroque era. Continue reading

French prince and maid of honor costumes in the Reign of Louis XIV.

French prince. Maid of honor. Louis XIV costumes. Baroque fashion

French prince and maid of honor costumes in the Reign of Louis XIV.

French prince and maid of honor in the Reign of Louis XIV.

Costume Prince. (According to a painting by Van der Meulen, in 1670.)
Costume maid of honor, (From Petitot, in 1661. Reign of Louis XIV.)

Costume de Prince. (D’après le tableau de Van der Meulen, en 1670.)
Costume de demoiselle d’honneur, (D’après Petitot, en 1661. Reign de Louis XIV.)
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Arquebusier in 16th century. French military 1572.

Arquebusier. 16th century. French military 16th century. Renaissance soldier costume

Arquebusier in 16th century.

Arquebusier in 16th century. French military 1572.

Arquebusier à pied -1572.

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Lord and French nobles fashion. 16th century. Reign of Louis XIII.

 

French nobles fashion. 16th century baroque costumes.

Lord and French nobles. 16th century. Reign of Louis XIII. From the table of Abraham Bosse in 1633.

Lord and French nobles. 16th century. Reign of Louis XIII.

Seigneur et nobles Français. XVIe siècle. Règne de Louis XIII. D’après le tableau d’Abraham Bosse, en 1633.
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French lord in the reign of King Louis XIV.

French lord. costume. French Baroque fashion. 17th century costume

French lord in the reign of King Louis XIV. 17th century. According to Chevallier-Chevignard.

French lord in the reign of King Louis XIV. 17th century.

Seigneur. Règne de Louis XIV. XVIIe siècle. D’après le Chevallier-Chevignard.

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Lord and Ladies costumes after the edict of 1633.

French Lord, Ladies costume. Sumptuary law. 17th century baroque fashion.

Lord and Ladies costumes after the edict of 1633. According to Abraham Bosse. Reign of Louis XIII.

Lord and Ladies costumes after the edict of 1633.

Costume de Seigneur et de Dames. Apres l’édit de réforme 1633. D’après Abraham Bosse.

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Bodyguard of the Provost. Guards officer costumes in 16th c.

16th century costumes. Bodyguards. Guards officer clothing. Baroque era fashion.

Bodyguards of the Provost. Guards officer in 1574 to 1589.

Bodyguard of the Provost. Guards officer in 1574 to 1589.

Garde du corps de la Prévôté. Officier des gardes 1574 à 1589. Continue reading

Types of Paris in the 17th century.

Types of Paris. Baroque era, 17th century costumes

Types of Paris. Prosecutor. Seller of oysters. Merchant vinegar.

Types of Paris in the 17th century. Baroque era.

Prosecutor. Seller of oysters. Merchant of vinegar. Reign of Louis XIII, son of Henry IV and Marie de Medici. From the types of Paris. Continue reading

Tin wares shop in 18th century France.

Christoph Kilian, Vendor, Tinware, 18th Century, Baroque fashion.

Tin wares shop in 18th century France

Tin wares shop in 18th century France.

The figure shows the establishment, vendors and buyers in a tin store. After Christoph Kilian  (1709 – 1781). Continue reading