Tribunal des Marchands. Costumes 14ème siècle.
Italian Gothic costumes 1460 – 1500. Medieval Gothic, Burgundy fashion era.
Antonio Tebaldeo (1463–1537) was born in Ferrara, where he was an educator of Isabella d’Este and then secretary of Lucretia Borgia later. Successor of Francesco Petrarch.
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.
Torquato Tasso and Leonora d’Este is a drama in five acts by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. The Italian poet Torquato Tasso is the focus of the action.
Italian craftsmen in 1350. Medieval clothing. Vicino, Calzolaio, Beccaio, Molinaro, Segatore di fieno, Salinaro, Agricoltore, Muratore, Boscaiuolo, Raccoglitore d’olive, Taglialegna, Falegname, Falconiere, Orefice, Fabbro, Pescivendolo. Dallo Statuto di Trieste del… Read More
16th century Florentine costume. Italian renaissance. We have here a florentine costume of the 16th century in all its splendor. The whole dress is covered with ornament intentionally made as… Read More
Italian Renaissance modes. Neapolitan lady in full dress. Lady of Pisa. A Florentine noble man.
Sheets for costume design: historical and folk costumes. Published by Franz Lipperheid
Venetian women’s and men’s lives with the sermons’ procession. Lordship and other details, i.e. triumphs feasts and public ceremonies of the noble city of Venetia.