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Paolo Uccello, Portrait of a Lady, c. 1450s

Uccello_Portrait_of_a_Lady_MET.jpg‎ × 599 pixels, file size: 53 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) Paolo Uccello, Portrait of a Lady,

18 Likes, 4 Comments - @ardinnety on Instagram: “It's always the sleeves that cause the most trouble... #medeltid #renässans #medievalgown…”

18 Likes, 4 Comments - @ardinnety on Instagram: “It's always the sleeves that cause the most trouble... #medeltid #renässans #medievalgown…”

Paolo Caliari (Veronese), 1580: Livia Colonna

Paolo Caliari (Veronese) and Studio Seated Woman with a Lapdog (maybe Livia Collana) Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain

The lady in the turkish attire was Caterina Cornaro (1454-1510) by Titian/Tiziano. She was the daughter of one of the most influent families in the Republic of Venice. She married the King of Cyprus and Armenia and when he died Cyprus got under the venetian influence with her as a queen. In 1489 she abdicated in favor of the Republic of Venice.

Titian : Portrait of Caterina Cornaro wife of King James II of Cyprus, dressed as St.

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