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European renaissance

Extant originals or exact scientific reconstruction. No need to annotate; elegance, quality of fabrics and workmanship speak itself.

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Farseto of Diego Cavaniglia

from 1481, convent San Francesco a Folloni. Drawing Calandini Luca

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Giornea of Diego Cavaniglia

from 1481, convent San Francesco a Folloni. Drawing Calandini Luca

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Pilgrim's garment

of Emperor Maximilian I. Turn of 15th century.

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Cuffietta

headwear from Venice, ca. 1500. Plausibly worn between 1480-1520. Atelier und Stiftung Ohm.

 
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Clothing of Miklos Olah

from 1503 is located in Iparmuveszeti Muzeum, Budapest.

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Mente

so called Mathias coat, beginning of 16th century. Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest.

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Monk's robe

possibly of Martin Luther (1507). Lutherhalle Wittenberg.

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Dress of queen Mary of Habsburg

gown from green damask of Hungarian queen (1520) in Hungarian National Museum, Budapest.

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Clothing of Louis II

crafted for the wedding with Mary of Habsburg (1520) in Hungarian National Museum, Budapest.

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Garb of Andreas Wild von Wynigen

1520-1550, wams from red yellow blue damask, yellow cloth hose. Bern Historic Museum.

 
Extant originals - European medieval, part 13
Copyright Martina a Martin Hřibovi 2006
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