I finally decided to add Italian gentlemen to my men's portraiture collection

Who says pink is for girls?

Another example proving that pink wasn't always an exclusively feminine color! MORONI, Giovanni Battista Italian painter (b. Albino, d. Bergamo) The Gentleman in Pink 1560 Oil on canvas Palazzo Moroni, Bergamo

Portrait of Martin Frobisher (Wakefield, ca 1535 - Plymouth, 1594), English navigator, Oil on canvas by Cornelis Ketel (1548-1616), ca 1577

Sir Martin Frobisher (c. 1535 or 1539 – 15 November was an English seaman who made three voyages to the New World to look for the Northwest Passage -- in a peascod-bellied doublet with full sleeves under a buff jerkin with matching hose,

historical portrait | Trystan's Costume Closet - pink Venetian zimarra (loose overgown)  Portrait of a lady by Parrasio Micheli

Trystan's Costume Closet - pink Venetian zimarra (loose overgown) Portrait of a lady by Parrasio Micheli

“Portrait of a Cavalier with His Hunting Dogs” by Bartolomeo Passarotti, c. 1570-80

Bartolomeo Passarotti, Italian, Portrait of a Cavalier aged 23 years, with His Hunting Dogs, ca. Oil on canvas; x cm (Hey look - you can see the seam on his shoes.

Left picture is the inspiration: Portrait of Catellano Trivulzio, 1505. By Bernardino de Conti of the Milanese School, The Brooklyn Museum.

Portrait of Catellano Trivulzio, By Bernardino de Conti of the Milanese School, The Brooklyn Museum .Right: Italian camica (smock) reproduction, ca. made by Angela Mombers

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Elizabethan men's costume, made from red striped velvet, gold velvet, gold silk jacquard and leather. Here pictured with a falcon. Costume made by Angela Mombers. I want a man-doll to dress like this!

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