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Gentleman's Italian renaissance

Blue brocade farsetto and gold tunic according to Italian fashion (1471)

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Florentine renaissance

Blue brocade gamurra and gold giornea according to Florentine fashion (1485)

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Italian renaissance

Blue brocade gamurra and silver giornea according to Italian fashion (ca 1485).

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Milanese renaissance

red gamurra and silk brocade overgarment according to Italian fashion (1490)

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Salome

clothing inspired by the painting Decapitation of St. John the Baptist (Maestro de Miraflores, 1490, Museo del Prado, Madrid)

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Bianca Maria Sforza

Dress inspired by painting made by Ambrogio da Predis (National Gallery of Art, Washinton, 1493)

 
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Durer dress

mostly inspired by the portrait of Young woman, also known as Katharina Furleger by Albrecht Durer (1497). Wool, linen.

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Sayo

Manís garment from Spain at the beginning of the 16th century.

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Florentine renaissance

costume inspired by Portrait of Young Lady with Unicorn (Raphael, 1505-06)

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Farsetto

inspired by the fresco of Tiziano Vecellio - Miracolo del neonato, 1511.

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Saio

Based on the fresco "Mass at Bolseno" in Apostolic palace (1512, Raphael).

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Chambermaid

Based on the polyptych "Nativity of Mary" in Augsburg dome (1515-25, author unknown).

 
Tailor's - Catany, part 5
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