Attributed to Sebastián de Herrera Barnuevo (Madrid Portrait of a young girl, half-length, in a feigned wreath oil on canvas x cm.
Spanish vasquina based on Juan de Alcega's pattern book (1580) is made of silk fabrics, underlined by a cotton cloth. On the embroidered camisa a satin bodice, verdugado, silk partlet and faldellin. Accesories are starched ruff, jewelry - rings, necklaces, tiara and hairnet.
Spanish women's garment according to the Juan de Alcega's pattern book (1580). Decoration of the loose overcoat with mangas redondas has a layout inspired by extant piece from the Germanisches National Museum in Nuremberg.
A Spanish mourning garment according to the Juan de Alcega's pattern book (1580) is characterized by a tight front and loose back half, below which lies the auxiliary lacing. The sleeves are typical Spanish pear-shaped sleeves. Clothing is complemented by a silk cap with a long veil, ruff and jewelry.
Smock is inspired by an extant piece from the years 1560-80, stored in Gallery of Costumes, Platt Hall, Manchester City Galleries. Hand sewn.