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She's quite pleased with her voided armpits and elbows.

Cranach Gown Part 1: Reserch

Gowns of early Century German-Saxon gowns made popular by the paintings of Lucas Cranach the Elder.

Ties for a brustfleck. The secret book of honours of the fugger family, Jorg Breu and Clemes Jager c1545  photo by A.Hartl

Ties for a Brustfleck [Breast Band] shown at sideShows essentially a red stomacher with lacing across under BrustfleckThe secret book of honours of the fugger family, Jorg Breu and Clemes Jager photo by A.

Bernhard Strigel (1460-1528)  —  Portrait of Empress Bianca Maria Sforza, 1505-1510 : Ambras Castle, Innsbruck.  Austria (963×1600)

Bernhard Strigel — Portrait of Empress Bianca Maria Sforza, : Ambras Castle, Innsbruck.

LUCAS CRANACH (1472 - 1553) | Portrait of a Woman.

cavetocanvas: Lucas Cranach the Younger / 1515 - 1586 /, Portrait of a Woman, date unknown

Pennsic is on its way and I need clothing before then.  Time for a new dress! I really liked the bright blue dress I made a few months ago and I have been looking at some of the gamurra dresses oth…

1595 Allesandro Allori, Birth of the Virgin. Nota bene Placement of sleeve attachments. I LOVE this style of gown, like, to distraction.

Goldhaube

As I am working on a 16 th c Cranach gown (saxon), I need to create the appropriate accessories. I have started with headwear as I already.

Salome - Lucas The Elder Cranach

Interesting dress since it does not have the panel over the bust but is instead laced all the way up!

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