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Journey of the Magi, at the Palazzo Medici Riccardi in Florence, Benozzo Gozzoli, (1459–61)

Journey of the Magi, at the Palazzo Medici Riccardi in Florence, Benozzo Gozzoli, (1459–61)

Jaume Huguet. Sts Abdon and Sennen 1459-60 Mixed technique on wood, 290 x 220 cm Santa Maria d'Egara, Terrassa

Jaume Huguet. Sts Abdon and Sennen 1459-60 Mixed technique on wood, 290 x 220 cm Santa Maria d'Egara, Terrassa

Detail of Pope Celestine III granting the privilege of autonomy to the Hospital, detail of a fresco by Domenico di Bartolo. 1441-42

Detail of Pope Celestine III granting the privilege of autonomy to the Hospital, detail of a fresco by Domenico di Bartolo. 1441-42

Le livre de la chasse fait et compilé par Gaston, qui jadiz fu conte de Fois, seigneur de Bearn Cote : Ms 3717 Date : Milieu du XVe siècle Langue : français

Le livre de la chasse fait et compilé par Gaston, qui jadiz fu conte de Fois, seigneur de Bearn Cote : Ms 3717 Date : Milieu du XVe siècle Langue : français

Anne De Bretagne, 2ème Femme De Louis XII, D´Après Gaignières, 1500

Anne De Bretagne, 2ème Femme De Louis XII, D´Après Gaignières, 1500

Procession of the Magi 1459-1461. Fresco. East wall of the chapel, Palazzo Medici-Riccardi, Florence, Italy - Benozzo Gozzoli

Procession of the Magi 1459-1461. Fresco. East wall of the chapel, Palazzo Medici-Riccardi, Florence, Italy - Benozzo Gozzoli

Constance of Austria (1588 - 1631). Daughter of Charles II of Austria and Maria Anna of Bavaria.She married Sigismund III Vasa and had seven children.

Constance of Austria (1588 - 1631). Daughter of Charles II of Austria and Maria Anna of Bavaria.She married Sigismund III Vasa and had seven children.

Wheel Farthingale-"Wheel Farthingale" (also known as an "Elizabethan Farthingale", "Drum Farthingale" or "French Farthingale) is a later style of Farthingale than the "Spanish Farthingale" and was worn by Queen Elizabeth I in her later days.-Petticoats and Bum Pads

Wheel Farthingale-"Wheel Farthingale" (also known as an "Elizabethan Farthingale", "Drum Farthingale" or "French Farthingale) is a later style of Farthingale than the "Spanish Farthingale" and was worn by Queen Elizabeth I in her later days.-Petticoats and Bum Pads

De Predis Giovanni Ambrogio Ritratto di dama, c. 1490-1495 Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milano

De Predis Giovanni Ambrogio Ritratto di dama, c. 1490-1495 Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milano

Saint Justina of Padua.1490. Oil on wood. 48.6 x 37.5 cm. Art by Bartolomeo Montagna.(1459-1523).

Saint Justina of Padua.1490. Oil on wood. 48.6 x 37.5 cm. Art by Bartolomeo Montagna.(1459-1523).