Heavy woolen blanket. Abruzzi, Italy ca. 1770
Roman Pope in Chamber Clothes
Pius VI. P. M.
A YOUNG DUCHESS. THIRTEENTH CENTURY.
THE accompanying rich and elegant costume has been extracted from a picture by the Duc de Seyde, who died, in the flower of his years, a a victim to his passion for art. He was celebrated both as painter and engraver. At once the friend and rival of Albert Durer (1471 -1528), a noble emulation led them often to treat the same subjects, and the friendship which united them was expressed by a frequent interchange of their works.
A YOUNG VENETIAN OF THE SOCIETY DE LA CALZA.
Middle Ages, Early Renaissance era.
LADIES PLAYING ON THE HARP AND ORGAN.
OSTUME, in the west of Europe, during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, was not strikingly characteristic of difference of countries; its changes were frequent, and often remarkable, but the intercourse between England and France, and in some measure with the neighbouring states, was so constant, that these changes were nearly simultaneous in them all. When, however, we pass to the south, and enter the warm clime and free states of Italy, we find the dresses of all classes have an entirely different character.
Renaissance Helmet of Alfonso Piccololomini di Firenze.
Frédéric III. 1415 -1493
Empereur du Saint Empire romain germanique. Costume Histoire. Fin du Moyen Age, au début de la Renaissance.
Jeu de Paume
Médiévale jeu de balle au 13ème siècle.