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Juana de Austria, hermana de Felipe II, princesa de Portugal by Juan Pantoja de la Cruz - Colección - Museo Nacional del Prado

Juana de Austria, hermana de Felipe II, princesa de Portugal by Juan Pantoja de la Cruz - Colección - Museo Nacional del Prado

Ana de Austria, cuarta esposa de Felipe II. Era hija de Maximiliano II de Austria.

Juan Pantoja de la Cruz 021 - Anna of Austria, Queen of Spain - Wikipedia

Author Pantoja de la Cruz, Juan Title Juana de Austria, sister of Felipe II, Princess of Portugal Chronology Late sixteenth century - beginning of the seventeenth century Juana, Princesa de Portugal, Gobernadora de España, Jesuita y Mecenas.  Juana, la más pequeña, fundó el convento de Las Descalzas recontruyendo el palacio en el que vino al mundo el 24 de junio de 1535.

Juan Pantoja de la Cruz - Juana de Austria, Sister of Felipe II, Princess of Portugal

Императрица Мария Австрийская, жена Максимилиана II

Sir Anthonis Mor, also known as Anthonis Mor van Dashorst and Antonio Moro — Empress Maria of Austria, wife of Maximilian II, 1551 : Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid.

Диего Веласкес. Портрет королевы Изабеллы Бурбонской

Isabel de Borbón by Diego Velázquez, 1632 Spain, private collection (NYC)

Portrait de Marie Christine d'Autriche, dans sa robe de mariée, 1595 attribué à Ottavio Zanuoli

Archduchess Maria Erna Christ in her wedding dress, the daughter of Karl II of Inner Austria Attributed to: Ottavio Zanuoli about 1595

Eleanor of Portugal (18 September 1434 – 3 September 1467) was Empress of the Holy Roman Empire. She was a Portuguese infanta (princess), daughter of King Edward of Portugal and his wife Leonor of Aragon. She was the consort of Holy Roman Emperor, Frederick III, and the mother of Emperor Maximilian I.

"Portrait of Eleanor of Portugal, Holy Roman Empress" -- Circa 1468 -- Hans Burgkmair -- German -- Oil on wood -- Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna.

Master of Moulins.  Margaret of Austria is perhaps best known as the governor of the Habsburg Netherlands. She was born on 10 January 1480 as the second child of Archduke Maximilian of Austria and Mary of Burgundy. Mary had named her daughter after her stepmother Margaret of York. Before her tenure as governor young Margaret was married twice and was even engaged to the future Charles VIII of France....

Margaret of Austria -- Circa 1490 -- Jean Hey (Master of Moulins) Netherlandish -- Oil on oak panel -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Isabella Clara Eugenia of Austria

Based on the portrait of the Infanta Isabella Clara Eugenia, by Alonso Sanchez Coello, 1570 (reconstruction by Truly Carmichael)

Erzherzogin Magdalena, daughter of Ferdinand I. von Habsburg Österreich by Giuseppe Arcimboldi, ca. 1563. Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum    Amazing zoomed in detail on original (follow the link)

I love that Arcimboldo casually has normal portraiture in addition to his cray amazing stuff/ Erzherzogin Magdalena, Tochter des Ferdinand I. von Habsburg Österreich by Giuseppe Arcimboldi, 1563

La tercera esposa de Felipe II, Isabel de Valois, hija de Enrique II de Francia y Catalina de Médicis, contaba trece años cuan...

La tercera esposa de Felipe II, Isabel de Valois, hija de Enrique II de Francia y Catalina de Médicis, contaba trece años cuan...

Maria Manuela de Portugal (Coimbra, 15 de outubro de 1527 – Valladolid, 12 de agosto de 1545), foi uma infanta portuguesa. Ela era a segunda filha do casamento de João III e Catarina de Áustria e, junto com o Príncipe João de Portugal, um dos dois únicos filhos do casal a chegar à adolescência.

Maria Manuela, Princess of Portugal and Asturias - El Prado.

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