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Early to mid Tudor period, 1485-1550.

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'The Magdalen Reading' by Italian Northern Renaissance painter Ambrosius Benson Oil on panel. via the National Gallery Costume Renaissance, Renaissance Kunst, Renaissance Fashion, Italian Renaissance, Renaissance Artists, Reading Art, Woman Reading, Reading Books, Bible Art
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Ambrosius Benson - The Magdalen Reading [c.1525]

The Magdalen is shown with her attribute, the pot of ointment with which she anointed Christ. This is one of many versions of the composition by Benson. The design may ultimately derive from a figure such by Rogier van der Weyden. It seems to have been a popular subject in the Low Countries in the 16th century. Benson came from Lombardy. In 1519 he was a master in Bruges, where he was working as a painter. [Oil on oak, 41 x 36.2 cm]…

A century portrait, possibly of Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scots; Margaret was the sister of Henry VIII of England and paternal grandmother of Mary Queen of Scots. Costume Renaissance, Renaissance Portraits, Renaissance Fashion, Tudor Fashion, Renaissance Era, Renaissance Clothing, Tudor History, European History, British History
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MARGARET TUDOR QUEEN OF SCOTLAND

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Said to be Queen Mary I, Daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon (c) Museums Sheffield; Supplied by The Public Catalogue Foundation Queen Mary Tudor, Marie Tudor, Dinastia Tudor, Tudor Rose, Costume Renaissance, Mode Renaissance, Renaissance Portraits, Mary I Of England, Queen Of England
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Queen Mary Tudor (1516-1558), the only daughter of Henry VIII and Catalina of…

Said to be Queen Mary I, Daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon (c) Museums Sheffield; Supplied by The Public Catalogue Foundation Queen Mary Tudor, Marie Tudor, Dinastia Tudor, Tudor Rose, Costume Renaissance, Mode Renaissance, Renaissance Portraits, Mary I Of England, Queen Of England
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Said to be Queen Mary I, Daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon

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Mary Brandon, Lady Monteagle, daughter of Charles Brandon, step-daughter of Mary Tudor ~ Hans Holbein the Younger Mary Tudor, Dinastia Tudor, Charles Brandon, Tudor History, British History, Asian History, Tudor Monarchs, Hans Holbein The Younger, Tudor Fashion
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Mary Brandon, Lady Monteagle, daughter of Charles Brandon, step-daughter of Mary Tudor

Lady Mary Brandon was born in 1510. She was the daughter of Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk and Anne Browne. She married Sir Thomas Stanley, 2nd Lord Monteagle, son of Sir Edward Stanley, 1st Lord Monteagle, and Elizabeth Vaughan, between 1527 and 1529. She died between 1540 and 1544.

iCanvas La Vie Seigneuriale: Woman Bathing surrounded by Attendants Gallery Wrapped Canvas Art Print by French School Renaissance Music, Renaissance Kunst, Medieval Tapestry, Medieval Art, Empire Romain, Dark Ages, Middle Ages, Art And Architecture, Art Pictures
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RENAISSANCE TAPESTRY 16TH La vie seigneuriale - The life of the nobles: The bath. Loire valley workshop, 16th. Musee du Moyen-Age(Cluny), Paris, France

This website has lots of portraits - A Young Woman at 17 years old, 1531 (attributed to the Master of the Sacred Magdalena) Sotheby's, London, Renaissance Gown, Renaissance Portraits, Renaissance Paintings, Renaissance Fashion, Renaissance Clothing, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Ludwig Xiv, 16th Century Clothing

1530's Portraits

An English Woman, ca. (Hans Holbein the Younger) Kunsthistorisches Museum, Wien Worth further research. Compare her hand's with those of Jane Seymour's in his portrait of the latter. I think this is the Elizabeth Seymour who married Cromwell's son. Tudor Fashion, Renaissance Fashion, Renaissance Art, Renaissance Portraits, Renaissance Paintings, Oil Portrait, Female Portrait, Tudor History, Art History
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Anne Cresacre Hans Holbein the Younger c. 1527 Anne Cresacre was the wife of John More the younger. Portrait acquired by King Edward VI of England Mode Renaissance, Renaissance Kunst, Renaissance Portraits, Renaissance Clothing, Hans Holbein Le Jeune, Historical Fiction Authors, Historical Art, Hans Holbein The Younger, Tudor Costumes
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Hans Holbein the Younger (1497/8-1543) - Anne Cresacre (c.1511-1577)

A portrait drawing of Anne Cresacre (c.1511-1577), wife of John More the Younger. A half-length portrait facing three-quarters to the right. She wears a double band headdress, a dress with a square décolletage, and is seated on a roughly sketched chair. This drawing is a preparatory study for the More family group (now destroyed).

Notice the train: it has been hooked at the height of the belt and shows the lining. Statue of Antoinette de Fontette, stone, with polychrome paint.The train hooked up will always remind me of Countess Marguerite. 16th Century Clothing, 17th Century Fashion, Tudor Costumes, Period Costumes, Tudor Era, Tudor Style, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Elizabethan Clothing
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Notice the train: it has been hooked at the height of the belt and shows the lining. Statue of Antoinette de Fontette, stone, with polychrome paint. Dijon, France, mid 16th century.

Portrait of Mary, Lady Heveningham. Hans Holbein the Younger. Margaret (Madge) Shelton and Mary Shelton (died were two sisters in Tudor England, one of whom may have been a mistress of Henry VIII of England.

Mary Shelton, paternal first cousin of Queen Anne Boleyn

Mary Shelton was the daughter of Anne Boleyn, sister of Thomas Boleyn, Queen Anne's father. Preparatory ad vivam sketch by Holbein. A portrait drawing of Mary, Lady Heveningham (1510/15-1570/71), wife of Sir Anthony Heveningham, daughter of Sir John Shelton, and cousin of Queen Anne Boleyn. A bust length portrait facing three-quarters to the right. She wears a necklace, pendant and medallion. Inscribed in an eighteenth-century hand at upper left: The Lady Henegham.

Anne Cresacre Hans Holbein the Younger c. 1527 Anne Cresacre was the wife of John More the younger. Portrait acquired by King Edward VI of England Mode Renaissance, Renaissance Kunst, Renaissance Portraits, Renaissance Clothing, Hans Holbein Le Jeune, Historical Fiction Authors, Historical Art, Hans Holbein The Younger, Tudor Costumes
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Anne Cresacre, 1511-1577, by Holbein the Younger. Anne was the ward, then the daughter-in-law of Sir Thomas More, the wife of his son John. (Not Frances Stuart, Duchess of Richmond and Lennox, 1647-1702!)

Margaret More later wife of William Roper. The favorite daughter of Sir Thomas More. School of Hans Holbein the younger Uk History, Tudor History, Women In History, British History, Tudor Fashion, Renaissance Fashion, 1500s Fashion, Renaissance Clothing, Historical Costume

Margaret More (1505–1544), Mrs William Roper | Art UK

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May 1 - Hennessy Book of Hours - miniaturist: Simon Benning - Flanders, - Bruxelles, Bibliothèque ro… (With images) Medieval Life, Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Medieval Clothing, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Medieval Paintings, Late Middle Ages, Book Of Hours
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Hennessy getijdenboek, Koninklijke Bibliotheek België, Kalenderblad van de maand Mei. Simon Bening, c.1530.

Philip the Handsome and Joanna the Mad. Philip, the son of Mary of Burgundy married Joanna of Aragon, heir to the kingdoms of Spain and both Cicilien. Tudor History, European History, Women In History, Art History, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Joanna Of Castile, 16th Century Fashion, 15th Century

Joanna of Castile – Childhood and betrothal

I have written before about the decision to have a double wedding between John of Spain with Margaret of Austria and Joanna of Castille and Philip the Handsome. You can read about it here: The wedd…