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Marie de' Medicis, Queen of France, as a girl. By Scipione Pulzone? at the Pitti Palace. French History, European History, Women In History, Art History, Renaissance Fashion, Italian Renaissance, Renaissance Art, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing
MARIA DI FRANCESCO I DE' MEDICI
Marie de' Medicis, Queen of France, as a girl. By Scipione Pulzone? at the Pitti Palace.
Catherine De Medici Family Tree | Francia Media, Italia, Italy Genealogy Tree, Genealogy Chart, Ancestry Genealogy, Genealogy Research, Family Genealogy, Genealogy Sites, Tudor History, British History
Francia Media, Italia, Italy
Catherine De Medici Family Tree | Francia Media, Italia, Italy
Michelangelo (Buonarroti) - Tomb of Lorenzo de Medici, detail of Dawn Michelangelo Sculpture, Michaelangelo, Stone Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Art Ninja, Erotic Sculpture, High Renaissance, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Italian Art
Tomb of Lorenzo de Medici, detail of Daw - Michelangelo (Buonarroti) as art print or hand painted oil.
Michelangelo (Buonarroti) - Tomb of Lorenzo de Medici, detail of Dawn
Cosimo de' Medici, Florence   #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola Best Places In Italy, Great Places, Places To See, Places To Travel, Italy Map, Italy Travel, Voyage Florence, Florence Travel
Cosimo de' Medici, Florence
Cosimo de' Medici, Florence #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola
Some sources attribute the introduction of the iron corset to Catherine de Medici, wife of Henry II of France (1579–1589). It was said that she frowned upon anyone having a thick waist and introduced a rigid hardened stiff corset as well as the iron corset. Other sources believe that the 'iron' corset was only intended for remedial wear or for women with physical deformities. Costume Renaissance, Mode Renaissance, Medieval Clothing, Corsets, S Xvi, Image Mode, Marie Antionette
For The LOVE Of...The CORSET
Some sources attribute the introduction of the iron corset to Catherine de Medici, wife of Henry II of France (1579–1589). It was said that she frowned upon anyone having a thick waist and introduced a rigid hardened stiff corset as well as the iron corset. Other sources believe that the 'iron' corset was only intended for remedial wear or for women with physical deformities.
Catherine de Medici (daughter of Lorenzo) Queen of France as wife of Henry, second son of King Francis I, then Queen consort of France as wife of King Henry II from 1547 to 1559. Henry's death thrust Catherine into the political arena as mother of the frail 15-year-old King Francis II. When he died in 1560, she became regent on behalf of her 10-year-old son King Charles IX and was granted sweeping powers. After Charles died in 1574, Catherine played a key role in the reign of 3rd son, Henry III. Mary Queen Of Scots, Queen Mary, King Queen, Queen Elizabeth, Albrecht Dürer, Herzog
The Raucous Royals
Catherine de Medici (daughter of Lorenzo) Queen of France as wife of Henry, second son of King Francis I, then Queen consort of France as wife of King Henry II from 1547 to 1559. Henry's death thrust Catherine into the political arena as mother of the frail 15-year-old King Francis II. When he died in 1560, she became regent on behalf of her 10-year-old son King Charles IX and was granted sweeping powers. After Charles died in 1574, Catherine played a key role in the reign of 3rd son, Henry III.
Wedding of Maria de Medici and Henry IV of France by Jacopo Chimenti, 1600, Uffizi Gallery Luis Iv, Catalina De Medici, Ferdinand I, Grand Duc, Study Art History
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Wedding of Maria de Medici and Henry IV of France by Jacopo Chimenti, 1600, Uffizi Gallery
This is Lorenzo de Medici.  The Medici family was an influential and very powerful family who paid for the Italian Renaissance.  They were the Catholic Church's first bank, were patrons to many artists, and liked political power. Giorgio Vasari, Michelangelo, The Borgias, Art Database, National Gallery Of Art, Historical Art
Lorenzo de Medici, 1480 - Andrea del Verrocchio - WikiArt.org
This is Lorenzo de Medici. The Medici family was an influential and very powerful family who paid for the Italian Renaissance. They were the Catholic Church's first bank, were patrons to many artists, and liked political power.
Bianca Capello de'Medici (1548 - 1587) by Alessandro Allori              Bianca Capello de'Medici wears a dress with false sleeves, again revealing Spanish influence, and the Italian ruff-collar.    Her hanging sleeves and false sleeves show Spanish influence. Her gown has a vee or rounded vee waistline. Renaissance Portraits, Renaissance Clothing, 16th Century Clothing, 16th Century Fashion, Italian Outfits
1580s Young girl or Bianca Capello de'Medici by Allesandro Allori (Moretti Fine Art) | Grand Ladies
Bianca Capello de'Medici (1548 - 1587) by Alessandro Allori Bianca Capello de'Medici wears a dress with false sleeves, again revealing Spanish influence, and the Italian ruff-collar. Her hanging sleeves and false sleeves show Spanish influence. Her gown has a vee or rounded vee waistline.
The children of Henri II and Catherine de Medici : Catherine de Medici's favorite son, Henralexandre Eduoard. Renaissance Men, Tudor Era, The Tudor, Carlos Ix
The children of Henri II and Catherine de Medici
The children of Henri II and Catherine de Medici : Catherine de Medici's favorite son, Henralexandre Eduoard.
Home of Lorenzo de' Medici and his sister Lucrezia.  Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Florence Historical Architecture, Ancient Architecture, Palazzo, Rome Florence, San Miniato, Villa, Bruges
Home of Lorenzo de' Medici and his sister Lucrezia. Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Florence
Palazzo Medici Riccardi 23 Beautiful Photos of Florence, Your Favorite City in the World - Condé Nast Traveler Favorite City, Favorite Places, Tuscany Italy Travel, Piazza Della Signoria, Beautiful Architecture, Modern Architecture, Little Italy, Southern Italy, Conde Nast Traveler
23 Beautiful Photos of Florence, Your Favorite City in the World
Palazzo Medici Riccardi 23 Beautiful Photos of Florence, Your Favorite City in the World - Condé Nast Traveler
Marie de'Medici seems to have lacked any maternal feeling; she had her son, later Louis XIII of France, whipped every morning. All it did was to make him terrified of all women except nuns. Renaissance Kunst, French Royalty, European Royalty
THIS BEADIFUL WORLD...
Marie de'Medici seems to have lacked any maternal feeling; she had her son, later Louis XIII of France, whipped every morning. All it did was to make him terrified of all women except nuns.
Renaissance Revival Pendant by Carlo Guiliani with Marie de Medici (1475-1642) Cameo Carved by Georges Bissinger. Enamelled gold, onyx cameo, set with rubies, sapphires and pearls. England, c.1865. Cameo Jewelry, Jewelry Box, Jewelry Design, Jewellry, Victorian Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Family Jewellery, Art Nouveau Jewelry
Image of marie de medici's pendant, by carlo giuliano. england, mid-19th century by V&A Images
Renaissance Revival Pendant by Carlo Guiliani with Marie de Medici (1475-1642) Cameo Carved by Georges Bissinger. Enamelled gold, onyx cameo, set with rubies, sapphires and pearls. England, c.1865.