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Pre- and post-restoration views of Isabella de’ Cosimo I de Medici (circa 1570–74), attributed to Allesandro Allori. Courtesy of Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Museum of Art was convinced that a supposed 16th century Bronzino painting was a modern fake. Conservators discovered that the work was authentic, but had received a dramatic makeover during the 19th century. Image on right is the original.

Pre- and post-restoration views of Isabella de’ Cosimo I de Medici (circa 1570–74), attributed to Allesandro Allori. Courtesy of Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Museum of Art was convinced that a supposed 16th century Bronzino painting was a modern fake. Conservators discovered that the work was authentic, but had received a dramatic makeover during the 19th century. Image on right is the original.

Portrait of Isabella de' Medici attributed to Alessandro Allori, c. 1550-1555

Portrait of Isabella de' Medici attributed to Alessandro Allori, c. 1550-1555

Thought to be Maria de Medici, painted by Alessandro Allori, 1555-57, Florence (Moda a Firenze). Eleonora di Toledo is painted quite often with high-necked partlets, and there are numerous paintings of this period with ladies wearing high necked partlets with and without overgowns.

Thought to be Maria de Medici, painted by Alessandro Allori, 1555-57, Florence (Moda a Firenze). Eleonora di Toledo is painted quite often with high-necked partlets, and there are numerous paintings of this period with ladies wearing high necked partlets with and without overgowns.

Italian (?) Working dress. Great detail of the partlet    this interests me verry much I want to find more images of women in that style of dress and bodice

Italian (?) Working dress. Great detail of the partlet this interests me verry much I want to find more images of women in that style of dress and bodice

Art restoration in Italy: a photographic reportage in L’Aquila after the earthquake  - Placing the Bedeschini’s painting “Il miracolo della vera croce” in a new room of the labs.

Art restoration in Italy: a photographic reportage in L’Aquila after the earthquake - Placing the Bedeschini’s painting “Il miracolo della vera croce” in a new room of the labs.

New owner tries to save historic house

New owner tries to save historic house

Looks like Sofonisba Anguissola's work.

Looks like Sofonisba Anguissola's work.

1550-1555 Attributed to Alessandro Allori - Portrait of Isabella de’ Medici

1550-1555 Attributed to Alessandro Allori - Portrait of Isabella de’ Medici

Painting Associated with the Artist or the Workshop of Alessandro Allori (Italian Mannerist Painter, 1535-1607) Portrait of a Woman

Painting Associated with the Artist or the Workshop of Alessandro Allori (Italian Mannerist Painter, 1535-1607) Portrait of a Woman

Santi di Tito, Portrait of a gentlewoman, c. 1570. Private Collection, London. see also http://www.modehistorique.com/portfolio/16thc/veste/veste.htm

Santi di Tito, Portrait of a gentlewoman, c. 1570. Private Collection, London. see also http://www.modehistorique.com/portfolio/16thc/veste/veste.htm

Queen Joanna of Naples by 16th century artist amedee_gras ?

Queen Joanna of Naples by 16th century artist amedee_gras ?

Anonymous artist active in the 16th century in Italy - Portrait of a Lady

Anonymous artist active in the 16th century in Italy - Portrait of a Lady

Portrait of Isabella de'Medici by Agnolo Bronzino

Portrait of Isabella de'Medici by Agnolo Bronzino

A Patrician Lady and Her Daughter by Titian      Date painted: 1540s     Oil on canvas, 87.5 x 80 cm     Collection: National Trust

A Patrician Lady and Her Daughter by Titian Date painted: 1540s Oil on canvas, 87.5 x 80 cm Collection: National Trust

George Gower, Portrait of a Lady, thought to be Isabel Biddulph, née Gifford, circa 1570-1575, Weiss Galklery 2001.

George Gower, Portrait of a Lady, thought to be Isabel Biddulph, née Gifford, circa 1570-1575, Weiss Galklery 2001.

vincenzo campi fruitseller | Vincenzo Campi - Il trasloco dei contadini (il "San Martino")

vincenzo campi fruitseller | Vincenzo Campi - Il trasloco dei contadini (il "San Martino")