In questa miniatura della Bibliothéque Nationale di Parigi risalente al 1403 è raffigurata la pittrice greca TIMARETE (chiamata nel medioevo Thamar) seduta al cavalletto con un aiutante che le prepara i colori: sta eseguendo una tavola con la Madonna e il Bambino.
Bell-sleeved, contrast-lined gown with metal belt. The pink is lovely. BL MS Harley 4431, The Queen's Book, fol 105v. Latona and the frogs.
Harley MS 4431 c 1410-c 1414, The manuscript, known as 'The Book of the Queen', includes Works by Christine de Pizan, assembled for Isabel (Isabeau) of Bavaria, queen consort of Charles VI of France ... Folio 126v
Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Ca. 1500 to 1650: Bandeliers for Arquebusiers and Musketeers
Sets of fabric buttons (Fabric buttons by Catrijn, via Flickr)
braid stitched to form into a pair of button hole frogs The frogs were found on the coat of Count Ulrick, the Elder (1578-1624), an uncle of Frederik III. They were removed from the coat when his coffin was repaired and accessioned to the collection of Danish National Museum.
Detail on the left of the buttons and buttonholes. All pictures thanks to the Oxford Preservation Trust. Janet Arnold dated the doublet to 1625-30
Genuine set of seamans slops as worn by sailors from the 16th to the 18th century
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Full suit of clothes of a certain Junkers Von Bodegg of the Augsburg line, 1599 - 1637. Consisting of: velvet cap, trousers and jacket in brown wool twill. Knitted woolen socks. This set is dated between 1600 and 1610.