17th century fashion

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Françoise Marie de Bourbon by François de Troy studio (location unknown to gogm) | Grand Ladies

Françoise Marie de Bourbon by François de Troy studio (location unknown to gogm) | Grand Ladies

Françoise Marie de Bourbon by François de Troy studio (location unknown to gogm) | Grand Ladies

Portrait of the actress Marie-Anne de Chateauneuf, by Nicolas de Largillierre, 1712 (detail).

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lomovolga 'Madonna in Glory' - detail by Carlo Dolci (Italian, 1616-1686) Mozart *Divertimento B-dur KV 137,allegro di molto* Pietro Rotari, Girl With a Book (detail), ca. 1750-62 Multiple ear piercings. Infanta Isabel Clara Eugenia, Juan Pantoja de la Cruz, 1598-99, Museo del Prado, Madrid 'Ginevra de' Benci' (detail), 1474-78 Leonardo da Vinci Ginevra de’ Benci (detail), Leonardo da Vinci, ca.1474 Genevra de Benci' Leonardo da Vinci Portrait of Rosabla Peale by Rembrandt Peale, 1820…

sforzinda: “ Portrait of a Lady (detail), Michiel Jansz. van Mierevelt, 1620 ”

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sforzinda: “ Portrait of a Lady (detail), Michiel Jansz. van Mierevelt, 1620 ”

Portret van een jonge vrouw (detail), Isaack Luttichuys, 1656

Portret van een jonge vrouw (detail), Isaack Luttichuys, 1656

Charlotte de la Trémoïlle (1599–1664), Lady Strange, Later Countess of Derby  by Michiel Jansz. van Miereveld

Charlotte de la Trémoïlle (1599–1664), Lady Strange, Later Countess of Derby | Art UK

Charlotte de la Trémoïlle (1599–1664), Lady Strange, Later Countess of Derby by Michiel Jansz. van Miereveld

Gown | V&A Search the Collections

Gown | V&A Search the Collections

Gown, 1610-1620 (made). Part of a woman's gown, 1610-20, English, cut and uncut mulberry, Italian, silk velvet, pinked silk lining. Museum Number 178-1900.

Cornelis de Vos, Magdalena de Vos

Cornelis de Vos, Hulst 1584/85 - Antwerpen 1651 Magdalena de Vos (ca. 1623/24) Chatsworth House Trust, Bakewell, UK The incorporation of relaxed and warm human affection characterises De Vos portraits. Writing in the late nineteenth century, A. J. Wauters observed: ‘His sitters are endowed with such a powerful appearance of life, such an amiable character of frankness and communicative friendliness-that one involuntarily loves the models as well as the painter’ (The Flemish School of…

Henriette-Anne (Minette), daughter of Charles I and favorite sister of Charles II of England, age about 17. C. 1661

The king, his sister, and the secret treaty - Anna Belfrage

One of the things that I find very endearing about Charles II, is that he was very much a family man. Not, I hasten to add, family man in the sense that he liked sitting at home with the wife and have tea (our Charles was quite the bounder, more than fond of an intense … The king, his sister, and the secret treaty Read More »