Garment of a German magistrate and knight at the beginning of the 16th century.
THE subjects represented in this plate belong to the finest period of the Renaissance, when the art of the Italian miniature-painters had attained its highest pitch of perfection.
Mughal Emperor Nasir ud din Muhammad Humayun in the usual court attire of an audience. Mogul lady in a house costume. Farrukhsiyar, grandson of Grand Mogul Aurangzeb. Farrukhsiyar 10th Grand Mogul of India.
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Renaissance costume of a Gentleman of the court of Francis I. 16th century. Costumes civils et militaires des Français à travers les siècles.
Baroness during the reign of Francis I, 16th century. Renaissance fashion era.
Duc de la cour de François Ier, 1530. Illustration de 1861 par Compte-Calix (1813-1880) Musée cosmopolite.
Lady at the Court of Francis I, 1530. Renaissance fashion era.
Isabella d’Este (b. 1474, Ferrara, Italy; d.1539 Romagna, Italy), Marchioness of Mantua, known as “The First Lady of the Renaissance.” Portrait by Titian with a balzo, the famous Capigliari headdress.
The court of Francis I. Increase of love of dress. La Belle Ferroniere. Artistic head-dresses. The Vertugadin. Contenances. Marguerite de Navarre. The fashions of the day, by Rabelais.
Renaissance costumes of German scholar and citizen. German mountain with snow rime.
German mercenaries. German farmers.