Éléonore de Portugal. Impératrice 15ème siècle.

Eléonore de Portugal, Impératrice. 15 vêtements de siècle. costumes de la noblesse médiévale. la mode gothique

Éléonore de Portugal. Impératrice 15ème siècle.

Éléonore de Portugal (~ 1436-1467).

Impératrice du Saint-Empire romain germanique.

Eleanor of Portugal, Holy Roman Empress.

Eleanor of Portugal, wife of Emperor Frederick III. and mother of Emperor Maximilian I, was born in Torres Vedras in Portugal, the fourth child of the Portuguese King Edward I and Queen Eleanor of Aragon. Her father however died relatively early, on September 9, 1438, of the plague.
Mid-November 1451 she left at about fifteen years old forever her home, and reached after nearly three months’ voyage Italy. There she met in Siena for the first time with the then 36-year-old Friedrich. In Rome, the couple were married on March 16, 1452 by Pope Nicholas V and three days later found the imperial coronation – the last in Rome – instead. Eleonore was with a crown of Barbaras of Cilli, the wife of Emperor Sigismund crowned.

ÉLÉONORE DE PORTUGAL. Aliénor de Portugal.

FRÉDÉRIC III se fit précéder en Italie par Enée Silvio Piccolomini, évêque de Sienne, afin qu’il allât à la rencontre d’Éléonore, fille du roi de Portugal, qu’il avait obtenue pour épouse. Ce prélat ayant reçu la princesse à son arrivée à Pise, où elle debarqua, la conduisit à son époux à Sienne. Leur première entrevue eut lieu à l’une des portes de la ville, et a fourni le sujet du tableau du Pinturicchio auquel j’ai emprunté le costume suivant et celui de Frédéric III.

La princesse de Portugal porte pour coiffure un réseau violâtre orné de filets d’or et retenu sur le front par un cercle d’or. La chemisette est formée d’un voile léger orné de petits filets noirs et dores. La robe est rouge et brochée d’or, ornée d’une bande de velours noir autour de la poitrine. Les manches sont vertes avec des filets d’or et des bouffantes blanches. Le manteau est de brocart d’or. Elle tient un mouchoir blanc brodé.
La jeune fille qui relève le manteau de la princesse porte un petit voile bleu sur ses cheveux. La robe est rouge et laisse voir la chemise par des ouvertures aux épaules. La bande autour de la poitrine est jaune avec un liseré d’or; la ceinture est verte.

Source: Costumes historiques des XIIIe, XIVe et XVe siècles, extraits des monuments les plus authentiques de peinture et de sculpture, dessinés et gravés par Paul Mercuri, avec un texte historique et descriptif par Camille Bonnard. Auteur / Edit:. Bonnard, Camille. Lieu de publication: Paris Année: 1845. Editeur: Goupil et Vibert. 1ère édition francaise Paris: Treuttel et Würtz, 1829-1830.

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