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T. Frans Luyck; Doña Mariana de Austria, futura reina de España.

T. Frans Luyck; Doña Mariana de Austria, futura reina de España.

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The Infanta Marie-Therese Diego Velazquez Musee du Louvre Paris Canvas Art - Diego Velazquez x

Portrait.  Attributed to del Mazo

Portrait. Attributed to del Mazo

Portrait of María Viña de Vergara y Alvarado Bracamonte, II marquesa de Villanueva del Prado & Mariana Lezur de La Torre. 1680s, Spain

Portrait of María Viña de Vergara y Alvarado Bracamonte, II marquesa de Villanueva del Prado & Mariana Lezur de La Torre. 1680s, Spain

Attributed to Sebastián Herrera Barnuevo (1619-1671) — Portrait of a Young Girl (638x850)

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 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.

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.

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.

Smock is inspired by an extant piece from the years 1560-80, stored in Gallery of Costumes, Platt Hall, Manchester City Galleries. Hand sewn.