15th Century

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Questo mese vi portiamo alla scoperta dei nomi specifici dei colli nell’abbigliamento femminile: Leggi le definizioni su Fractals!

James IV, King of Scots and Margaret Tudor, the parents of James V. Margaret was the daughter of Henry VII of England. She was grandmother to both Mary Queen of Scots and Darnley, securing the crown of England for her great grandson James I & VI. Tudor History, European History, British History, Adele, Jaime I, Renaissance, Margaret Tudor, Elisabeth I, Elizabeth Of York

Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scotland, Daughter of Henry VII, Sister of Henry VIII

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Bartolomeo Montagna (Bartolomeo Cincani) (Italian, Vicentine, "Saint Justina of Padua" ca. oil on wood. This is more Renaissance than medieval, but I love this dress! Mode Renaissance, Costume Renaissance, Renaissance Kunst, Renaissance Portraits, Renaissance Paintings, Renaissance Fashion, Medieval Paintings, Italian Renaissance Dress, European Paintings

Bartolomeo Montagna (Bartolomeo Cincani) | Saint Justina of Padua | The Met

?Heinrich, Graf von Brühl, Dresden (until d. 1763; his estate sale, Christie's, London, March 24, 1770, no. 33, as "Saint Justina," by A. [sic] Montagna, to Price); ?John Webb (until 1822; his sale, Phillips, London, June 1, 1822, no

Medieval Dress - Possible costume reference Medieval Dress, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, Historical Clothing, Renaissance Dresses, Tudor Dress, Historical Dress, Wiccan Clothing, Gypsy Clothing

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1450-1500's dress. We can see the differences in the details , like the beads that highlight the richness of the time.

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A painting of a costume that would have been in style from around the middle ages or before the 16th century.

Isabeau of Bavaria, Queen of France, statue of Guy de Dammartin, in Poitiers Courthouse Medieval Fashion, Medieval Dress, Medieval Clothing, Medieval World, Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, 15th Century Clothing

Rois et Reines d'Europe

Histoire des Rois et Reines d'Europe - Histoire des familles royales d'Europe

Jupon of Charles VI of France, placed in Chartres Cathedral, late century.

quilted man's jacket French 15th century, museum Chartres

"The Unicorn at the fountain", the second Tapestry of the famous series "The Hunt of the Unicorn", now at The Cloisters of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Medieval Tapestry, Medieval Art, Tapestry Weaving, Tapestry Wall Hanging, Unicorn Tapestries, Main Image, The Last Unicorn, Magical Unicorn, Unicorn Wall

The Unicorn Purifies Water (from the Unicorn Tapestries) | French (cartoon)/South Netherlandish (woven) | The Met

Inscription: (on each corner and in center): A [image of a knot] [backwards E] (too fragmentary for interpretation, most likely a reference to Anne of Brittany to commemorate her marriage to Louis XII) (on red horn): W [backwards E] D H N O H N M E H O M (too fragmentary for interpretation)