BELEZA SEM IGUAL!
Queen Elizabeth I c 1588
n. Late 16th century. By Nicholas Hilliard
Portrait of a Noblewoman British Painter, late 16th century Oil on wood Metropolit
an Museum of Art, NY 44 1/2 x 34 3/4 in. (113 x 88.3 cm)
17th century Italian handkerchi
ef with cutwork and needle lace, Reticella or point coupé. From the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
c1587. English noblewoman wearing a lace ruff.
Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia. By an unknown artist, 1613. In the National Portrait Gallery of London. She is wearing Reticella, or Point Coupé, lace.
e?: miniature by Nicholas Hilliard. Photograph : Bridgeman Art Library
The painting now believed to be of William Shakespear
e has hung on the walls of the Cobbe family for about 300 years.
A 'falling collar' from the Netherland
s with Italian needle lace, Reticella or point coupé. It
dates to the mid-sevent eenth century. From the Rijksmuseu m in Amsterdam.
1589. English noble girl. Age 14.
Nicholas Hilliard, Portrait of a Young Man, Probably Robert Devereux (1566-1601
), Second Earl of Essex, dated 1588. Metropolit an Museum of Art , NY
Michiel Jansz Mierevelt, Retrato de dama. Hacia 1610-1620. Colección BBVA
Queen Elizabeth I, Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger (c 1561-1635)
Fuente: Tesoros del Rijksmuseu
m de Amsterdam, Emile Meijer, Aguilar, 1985
Nicholas Hilliard, Portrait of a Woman, 1597. Metropolit
an Museum of Art
Painting by the Dutch portraitis
t Thomas de Keyser, 1596-1667
Portrait of an Unknown Lady c. 1595 (Detail) By Marcus Gheeraerts II Tate Gallery, London
Nicolaes Hasselaer, 17th century, wearing a needle lace collar. From the Rijksmuseu
m in Amsterdam.
c1590 Enghish noblewoman
. Lace detail
Anne Boleyn. No contempora
ry portrait. c XVII ? fashion.