Houppelande (medieval overdresses)

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troubling Reinette: Valois Princesses dressed in a Houppelande gown and a bluntcated hennin atop her her head finished with a sheer veil Renaissance Costume, Medieval Costume, Renaissance Fashion, Medieval Dress, Medieval Clothing, 15th Century Dress, 15th Century Fashion, 15th Century Clothing, Medieval Life

Valois Princesses

Isabella of Valois Duchess of Bourbon (1313-1383),daughter of the founder of the Valois dynasty Charles Count of Valois, and her husb...

century France Cambridge, Harvard University, Houghton Library MS Richardson 031 - Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio fol. Ladies in this illumination wear the typical gowns of Burgundian court of this period. Their gowns are lined. Moda Medieval, Medieval Life, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, Medieval Art, Medieval Tapestry, 15th Century Fashion, 15th Century Clothing, Medieval Manuscript

Illumanu: Photo

This tumblr aspires to become a helpful resource for history (and mainly fashion history) research and focuses primarily on illuminations from medieval and renaissance manuscripts. Note: I am not a professional fashion historian. If you spot any inconsistency or outright fallacy somewhere in the picture descriptions please feel free (or even better, obliged) to let me know!

The One and Only Correct Theory of Burgundian Dress Medieval Gothic, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, Renaissance Costume, Medieval Costume, Medieval Dress, Historical Art, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing

The One and Only Correct Theory of Burgundian Dress

Ten years ago when I started researching the Burgundian (also known as the V neck) gown there were several theories about how it was layered. Back then it was still questionable if it was layered directly over the smock/chemise or over another gown, such as a kirtle. These days most costumers agree that there are…

Note the hennins with their sheer veils, as well as the truncated hennin. Regnault de Montauban, tome Date d'édition : réserve Folio Medieval Dress, Medieval Costume, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, Historical Clothing, Steampunk Clothing, Steampunk Fashion, Medieval Tapestry, Medieval Art

« Regnault de Montauban », rédaction en prose. Regnault de Montauban, tome 1er

« Regnault de Montauban », rédaction en prose. Regnault de Montauban, tome 1er -- 1451-1500 -- manuscrits

Detail from an altarpiece from “Musées Royaux d’Art et d’Histoire” in Brussels, Belgium,unknown date probably century Medieval Hats, Medieval World, Medieval Costume, Medieval Dress, Medieval Clothing, 15th Century Fashion, 15th Century Clothing, Early Middle Ages, Renaissance Fashion

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Retable - Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire in Brussels, Belgium---info on houppelandes

Hans Memling Last Judgment Triptych - detail , Muzeum Narodowe, Gdansk. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Last Judgment Triptych - detail 10 by Hans Memling. Renaissance Jewelry, Renaissance Costume, Medieval Costume, Italian Renaissance, Medieval Art, Medieval Clothing, Historical Clothing, 15th Century Clothing, Hans Memling

Last Judgment Triptych (detail) by MEMLING, Hans

Page of Last Judgment Triptych (detail) by MEMLING, Hans in the Web Gallery of Art, a searchable image collection and database of European painting, sculpture and architecture (200-1900)

Michael Wolgemut : Mary Magdalene: Three Marys, one on left almost has one of "those". Santa Maria, 15th Century Clothing, Maria Magdalena, German Outfit, European Paintings, Portraits, Hieronymus Bosch, Costume, Renaissance Art

Three Maries by Michael Wolgemut

The Three Maries (c. 1500). Michael Wolgemut. Image courtesy of Pictopia .

Belt of noble lady from end of century, silk decorated by silver rose with Czech garnet. 60 Examples Of Real Medieval Clothing - An Evolution Of Fashion Renaissance Costume, Medieval Costume, Renaissance Fashion, Renaissance Clothing, Medieval Belt, Medieval Jewelry, Medieval Dress, 15th Century Fashion, 15th Century Clothing

60 Examples Of Real Medieval Clothing - An Evolution Of Fashion

60 Examples Of Real Medieval Clothing - An Evolution Of Fashion

likely beaded veil Medieval Hats, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Dress, Renaissance Costume, Renaissance Clothing, Historical Clothing, Medieval Hairstyles, High Middle Ages, Veil Hairstyles

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15th century France  The gown is lined in fur, which is shown off at the cuffs and the lapels - which really evolved from the collar of a houppelande, later worn turned over. The front opening is filled with what seems to be a stomacher (the patterned, golden piece of fabric), pinned over a blue kirtle.  The black loop visible at the lady’s forehead is part of the hennin’s supportive construction and is probably attached to a headband. Renaissance, Medieval Gothic, Medieval World, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, 15th Century Dress, 15th Century Fashion, Hennin, Middle Age Fashion

Illumanu

15th century France Bibliothèque nationale de France Français 19137: Roman de la Rose fol. 1r - detail http://romandelarose.org/#book;Francais19137 Note that the lady’s gown does not seem to have any...

Granada diptych, right wing, the holy women and St. John - Hans Memling Completion Date: Style: Northern Renaissance Genre: religious painting Dimensions: 51 x 36 cm Renoir, Madonna, Statues, Hans Memling, Renaissance Kunst, Jesus Face, Poster Prints, Art Prints, 14th Century

Granada diptych, right wing, the holy women and St. John, c.1475 - Hans Memling - WikiArt.org

‘Granada diptych, right wing, the holy women and St. John’ was created in c.1475 by Hans Memling in Northern Renaissance style. Find more prominent pieces of religious painting at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Flemish School, Century Portrait of a lady, half-length, in a black robe with a red belt and white headdress oil and tempera on panel 23 x 18 cm. inscribed with the coat-of-arms of a convent (upper right) 15th Century Fashion, 15th Century Clothing, 16th Century, Medieval Belt, Medieval Costume, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, European Costumes, Late Middle Ages

Flemish School, 15th Century , Portrait of a lady, half-length, in a black robe with a red belt and white headdress

Portrait of a lady, half-length, in a black robe with a red belt and white headdress

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