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Maria Maddalena of Austria - Tiberio di Tito - 1610

Tiberio di Tito Link back to Creator infobox template Title English: Portrait of Maria Maddalena of Austria Date circa 1610

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Archduchess Catherine of Austria, Queen of Poland, and Grand Duchess of Lithuania, Titian. Women in Art History

Veronique G.:. • 7 days ago  Claudia de´ Medici (1604-1648) born at Palazzo Pitti, Florence

Claudia de´Medici wearing a pastel pink dress by ? (location unknown to gogm)

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1570 Elisabeth of Austria by Georges van Straeten (Monasterio de las Descalzas Reales, Madrid)

c.1630 After van Honthurst. Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia (1596-1662) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

After Gerrit van Honthorst (Utrecht - Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia . Royal Сollection Тrust An inferior copy with some variations of Honthorst’s portrait

Frans Pourbus the Younger (Flemish Baroque Era painter, 1569-1622) Isabella Clara Eugenia of Spain (1566–1633), Archduchess of Austria

Frans Pourbus the Younger (Flemish Baroque Era painter, Isabella Clara Eugenia of Spain Archduchess of Austria

"Ritratto di Vittoria della Rovere (2)", olio su tela di Justus Sustermans (1597-1681, Belgium)

Justus Sustermans - Portrait of Vittoria della Rovere as a child

Empress Eleonora Gonzaga, second wife of Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor…

Molensteenkraag - This portrait of Queen Margarita is a good picture of a Habsburg, but I cannot find who painted it or when or where it is located

Margaret of Austria, Queen of Spain Margaret of Austria of the Habsburg family, became Queen consort of Spain.

Lady Frances Sidney (1531–1589), Countess of Sussex, Foundress of Sidney Sussex College by George Gower, ca. 1575

Lady Frances Sidney Countess of Sussex, Foundress of Sidney Sussex College, Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge

Elizabeth I, Hardwick Portrait (flickr, picture by Lisby)   pearls stood for virginity, purity and loving god (just what Elizabeth wanted to be seen as).

Fashion of the Tudor and Elizabethan Age - everything you need to know about clothing of this fascinating epoch.

"Portrait of a Lady (probably Mary Hungate)", Maker/Artist Marcus, Gheeraerts the Younger, 1620-1625. What looks like an embroidered petticoat underneath dress.

"Portrait of a Lady (probably Mary Hungate)", Maker/Artist Marcus, Gheeraerts the Younger, What looks like an embroidered petticoat underneath dress.

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