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1582-1585 Infanta Catalina by Alonso Sánchez Coello

Sanchez Coello Alonso, Portrait of the infanta Catalina Michaela of Austria, 1582

Sisi, Franz Xaver Winterhalter

Franz Xaver Winterhalter, Elisabeth of Austria, oil on canvas, Dress by Charles-Frederick Worth

Infanta Catalina Micaela, ca. 1582-1585 (Alonso Sanchez Coello) (1531-1588) State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg

Portrait of the Infanta Catalina Michaela of Austria, Alonso Sanchez Coello. Spanish (ca 1531 - カタリーナ・ミカエラ・デ・アウストリア

Federico Barocci Drawings | le Portrait d~une Jeune Fille Federico Barocci Les Reproductions en ...

"Portrait of a young woman" - Federico Barocci. Whenever I pass her in the halls of the Uffizi Galleries, she winks at me. And I smile back.

Joven desconocida | século XVI | Alonso Sánchez Coello | | 26x28 cm | Museo Nacional del Prado

century Alonso Sánchez Coello - Portrait of a young woman

Bianca Capello by Lavinia Fontana (Musee des Beaux Artes Valenciennes)  Italian with Spanish influences (Ropa false sleeves)

Lavinia Fontana Portrait of Bianca Cappello 1590 Bianca Capello de’ Medici was a Venetian noblewoman, famed for her beauty intellect. At the age of she eloped to marry Piero Buonaventura, her rather impoverished Florentine suitor.

1598 Isabel Clara Eugenia (detail) by Juan Pantoja de la Cruz.

The gorgeous jeweled headdress, coiffure, and ruff of Isabel Clara Eugenia in her 1598 portrait by de la Cruz.

Bianca Cappello was an Italian noblewoman renowned for her beauty and intelligence, and her court intrigues were the most scandalous of her time. Her life is known through a mix of history and legend.

Portrait of a Woman, Alessandro Allori Uffizi Gallery): a plucked hairline gives a fashionably "noble brow" oh HELL no lol

Mary Tudor, sister of Henry VIII on her marriage to the Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk.

King Henry VIII's sister - ca. 1515 Mary Tudor (closeup) from portrait with Henry Brandon attributed to Jan Mabuse (Woburn Abbey - Woburn, Bedfordshire).

Circle of Santi di Tito (Sansepolcro 1536-1602 Florence)  Portrait of a lady, traditionally identified as Countess Narli, half-length, in a green pearl-encrusted dress

Circle of Santi di Tito (Sansepolcro Florence) Portrait of a lady, traditionally identified as Countess Narli, half-length, in a green pearl-encrusted dress

Elizbeth I circa 1558, Clopton Portrait

circa I of England, oil on mm).National Portrait Gallery, London, NPG A derivative of the Clopton Portrait type in which the intricate jewel with figures to either side has been reduced to curlicues.