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Garzia de' Medici (1547-1562) with his youngest brother Pietro de Medici (1554-1604). Sons of Cosimo I de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany and Eleonora di Toledo.

Garzia de' Medici (1547-1562) with his youngest brother Pietro de Medici (1554-1604). Sons of Cosimo I de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany and Eleonora di Toledo.

Margherita Luisa d'Orléans, moglie di Cosimo III

Margherita Luisa d'Orléans, moglie di Cosimo III

Allessandro-the-moor - Medici - Wikipedia

Allessandro-the-moor - Medici - Wikipedia

Giulia de'Medici. Shown here as a widow. As she is thought to have been mixed-race (African and European) this is one of the earliest portraits of a person of mixed ancestry in Europe

Giulia de'Medici. Shown here as a widow. As she is thought to have been mixed-race (African and European) this is one of the earliest portraits of a person of mixed ancestry in Europe

Alessandro Allori - Ritratto di Eleonora di Toledo - c. 1560 - Hermitage, San Pietroburgo

Alessandro Allori - Ritratto di Eleonora di Toledo - c. 1560 - Hermitage, San Pietroburgo

An Unknown Lady, Thought to be a member of the Cromwell Family by Hans Holbein, c.1536-40. (Toledo Museum of Art)

An Unknown Lady, Thought to be a member of the Cromwell Family by Hans Holbein, c.1536-40. (Toledo Museum of Art)

Portrait of a brother and a sister, 1540-1541 by  Jakob Seisenegger

Portrait of a brother and a sister, 1540-1541 by Jakob Seisenegger

Bernard de Rijkere, Adriaan van Santvoort & sons Guillaume & Adrian, 1563 - private collection

Bernard de Rijkere, Adriaan van Santvoort & sons Guillaume & Adrian, 1563 - private collection

Jan Claesz, 1602 - - - Portrait of Albert Sonck and his Son Frans

Jan Claesz, 1602 - - - Portrait of Albert Sonck and his Son Frans

Son of Charles I  by Sir Anthony van Dyck. I have a pen and crayon drawing of this, there it's presented as "Marguerite d'Ecosse" (1836?)

Son of Charles I by Sir Anthony van Dyck. I have a pen and crayon drawing of this, there it's presented as "Marguerite d'Ecosse" (1836?)

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