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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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Clothing of Miklos Olah

from 1503 is located in Iparmuveszeti Muzeum, Budapest, In: Turnau, History of dress in Central and Eastern Europe from 16 to 18th century

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Dress of queen Mary of Habsburg

gown from green damask of Hungarian queen (1520) in Hungarian national museum

 
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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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Breeches of Francesco d'Avalos

made before 1525 are on display in the Sala del Tresoro in San Domenico Maggiore, Naples. Photo: aneafiles.webs.com

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Military skirt

quilted gold brocade, 1525, Germany

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Costume armour

belonging to Wilhelm von Roggendorf, ca 1525, Kunsthistorische Museum Vienna

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Costume armour

created for Albrecht von Brandenburg ca 1526. Kunsthistorische Museum Vienna

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Attire of Francesco Maria della Rovere

breeches and doublet (1538) in care of Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, Urbino

 
Extant originals - European medieval, part 11
Copyright Martina a Martin Hřibovi 2006
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