St. Christopher the Martyr by Michael Hadjimichael
14th c (ca.1365) France Roman de la Rose fol 7r
Frau Minne (personification of courtly love), painted wood, Southern Germany, 1320-1330 ca
Unknown maker, France The Metz Pontifical, 1302 - 1316, folio 7r, A hare with a sling approaches a knight in chainmail, an absurd parallel to the story of David and Goliath.
This image is from an illuminated manuscript that dates to around the year 1310, about 700 years ago. With a bit of a wardrobe change it could be any spindler and her cat today.
Dancer. Flemish 1338-44 (margin) Bodl Lib 264.
Nicely demonstrates the proportions of the apron / over gown and the tippets. Another rectangular veil, with evidence of stitching at the edges, probably a rolled hem.
MS Metz 1588? Beginning 14th c. http://scriptoriumdemathilde.over-blog.com/categorie-10138527.html