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Paris Bordone, 16th century Venice - Portrait of a Gentleman 1550s - private collection

Portrait of a Gentleman, by Paris Paschalinus Bordone (Italian,

In the Past — Francis Burdett Francis Cotes Oil on canvas c....

Francis Burdett by Francis Cotes RA May 1726 – 16 July Cotes was an English painter, one of the pioneers of English pastel painting, and a founding member of the Royal Academy in

"Female portraits in front of landscapes", 1543-46, Moretto da Brescia (Palazzo Martinengo-Salvadego, Brescia)

"Female portraits in front of landscapes", Moretto da Brescia (Palazzo…

Late in the 15th century, a new style of loose overgown with revers and collar appeared. Italy, 1495

Late in the century, a new style of loose overgown with revers and collar appeared. Italy, 1495 Cool coats, esp with the badge on the shoulder. And another unfortunate cross eyed bloke.

1520-1530 Bartolomeo Veneto

Bartolomeo Veneto (Italian [Renaissance] Ritratto Di Gentildonna, National Gallery of Canada.

"Portrait of Henri II" attributed to Francesco Primaticcio. Courtesy the Condé Museum.

"Portrait of Henri II" attributed to Francesco Primaticcio. Courtesy the Condé Museum.

Possibly by Peter Gertner - Portrait of a Man 16th century - Northern Renaissance

Possibly by Peter Gertner - Portrait of a Man century - Northern Renaissance

1530 Moretto de Brescia with blue and chocolate stripes and that long pointy Brescian partlet  http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v31/operafantomet/renaissanceportraits/brescia/morettogarden4.jpg

1530 Moretto de Brescia with blue and chocolate stripes and that long pointy Brescian partlet - the Florentines had a pointed partlet called a coverciere but it was earlier and very light silk.

Unknown English artist, Girl in grey dress with lace collar (16th-17th century)

Girl in grey dress with lace collar Size: x cm. Artist / Maker: Painter - Unknown Place: England Object Type: oil on panel Century: - century Materials: Oil, Panel

The Sleeves. A better view than the cherries portrait, and I think more 'normal' than the curved 'holes' in the other.

Malarz florencki, , - Portrait of a Lady / Painting / Works of art / Silesian Art Collections - Rariora Artis

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