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Elisabeth Bellinghausen by Bartholomäus Bruyn de Oude (the Elder) 1538

Elisabeth Bellinghausen by Bartholomäus Bruyn de Oude (the Elder) 1538

Erasmus of Rotterdam by Hans Holbein, c.1497-98. (Robert Lehman Collection)

Erasmus of Rotterdam by Hans Holbein, c.1497-98. (Robert Lehman Collection)

Portrait of a Man and Woman in an Interior 1665–1667 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Portrait of a Man and Woman in an Interior 1665–1667 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

finsk kniv?

finsk kniv?

Portrait of an Old Lady, 1720 - 1750, by circle of Frá Galgario (Giuseppe Vittore Ghislandi) (Italian, 1655–1743).

Portrait of an Old Lady, 1720 - 1750, by circle of Frá Galgario (Giuseppe Vittore Ghislandi) (Italian, 1655–1743).

Wool hood, Historical Viking pattern based on Skjoldehamn findings, for historical re-enactments. $59.99, via Etsy.

Wool hood, Historical Viking pattern based on Skjoldehamn findings, for historical re-enactments. $59.99, via Etsy.

This is a Viking re-enactor, so he's well after Riodan's time. The lengths and density of the tunics are a really good physical reference, layers for warmth! I also feel that the heavier upper tunic's sleeves being half sleeves is very practical.

This is a Viking re-enactor, so he's well after Riodan's time. The lengths and density of the tunics are a really good physical reference, layers for warmth! I also feel that the heavier upper tunic's sleeves being half sleeves is very practical.

Self-Portrait, 1498 (Albrecht Dürer) (1471-1528) Prado P02179

Self-Portrait, 1498 (Albrecht Dürer) (1471-1528) Prado P02179

1543 Eleonora de Toledo by Bronzino

Bronzino portrayed Eleonora de Toledo in 1543 in a red satin dress, a Bronzino trademark, with a jeweled net partlet, an Eleonore de Toledo trademark. She is credited with being the first modern style first lady, or consort.

Her partlet is simply open net with pearls at the junctions of the net.

1543 Eleonora de Toledo by Bronzino Bronzino portrayed Eleonora de Toledo in 1543 in a red satin dress, a Bronzino trademark, with a jeweled net partlet, an Eleonore de Toledo trademark. She is credited with being the first modern style first lady, or consort. Her partlet is simply open net with pearls at the junctions of the net.

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