Roman Courtesan Pietro Bertelli

Pietro Bertelli (Italian, Paduan, active late century) ~ Engravings ~ La Citella Romana ~ The Metropolitan Museum of Art ~ engravings illustrating the costumes of Roman women from different stations of life created as book illustrations

Mores Italiae, 1575 "Stratagliato"

Mores Italiae, 1575

[Recueil de costumes étrangers...] / [par J.-J. Boissard] - 40 F. 35. [Jeune Fille, Veuve de Londres, Dame mariée];  http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b84471317/f40.item

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Hans Weigel - PISA: Nobilis Pisana in Hetruria. Also gehen die Edlen Weiber zu Pisa in Italien  1577 http://www.pahor.de/data/product-list/53529.jpg

Hans Weigel - PISA: Nobilis Pisana in Hetruria. Also gehen die Edlen Weiber zu Pisa in Italien 1577 http://www.pahor.de/data/product-list/53529.jpg

Woodcut of Ventian Ladies from the Trachtenbuch by Jost Amman, 1577. Dress on the left

Woodcut of Ventian Ladies from the Trachtenbuch by Jost Amman, (Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nurnberg)

ITALIEN VENEDIG ALTKOLORIERT HOLZSCHNITT AMMAN WEIGEL KOSTÜME TRACHTEN BUCH 1577 | eBay

second half of the century - Habitus Ducissae Venetae, from "Habitus praecipuorum populorum, tam virorum quam foeminarum singulari arte by Jost Amman and Hans Weygel . Printer Hans Weygel in Nurnberg, 1577

Hans Weigel - PADOVA / PADUA: Patavina Mulier in Italia. Ein Weib zu Padaw in Welschland 1577 http://www.pahor.de/data/product-list/53534.jpg

Italian Costumes by Hans Weigel, 1577 Bologna; Venice and Padua

Niclauss Kippell:Noble Lady from Vincenza from Kippells Costume Book

Noble Lady from Vincenza from Kippells Costume Book

Noble Lady from Vincenza from Kippells Costume Book Niclauss Kippell Reproduction

Venice, The Republic of Venice, Cesare Vecellio, Costume of Venetian women, 1550, From "De gli Habiti antichi et moderni di Diverse Parti del Mondo" 1589-90

Venice, The Republic of Venice Cesare Vecellio, Costume of Venetian women, 1550 From "De gli Habiti antichi et moderni di Diverse Parti del Mondo" Reproduced by Dover Books as Vecellio's Renaissance Costume Book

French fashion plate with muff. 1595 Album Amicorum of a german soldier

The Muff in Sixteenth Century Dress

An Italian woman (Venetian?), c.1550-1575, from Costumes of men and women in Augsburg and Nuremberg, Germany, Europe, Orient and Africa

An Italian woman (Venetian?), from Costumes of men and women in Augsburg and Nuremberg, Germany, Europe, Orient and Africa

Someone said this is northern Italian because of the veil and the fan.

Manuscript from Ausburg, Looks like the artist is a depicting a lady from northern italy, judging by the veil and fan. And such a lovely fan it is! but the gown could also be a lovely loose gown.

The Dogaressa (the Doge's Wife), The Venetian Woman in 'Mores Italiae,' 1575, Unknown Artist, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University,  http://realmofvenus.renaissanceitaly.net/wardrobe/moresitaliae.htm

look even a silly hat! love love love The Venetian Woman in 'Mores Italiae,' 1575 The Dogaressa (the Doge's Wife)

Mores Italiae, 1575.  I love her shoulder ribbons and basket holders!  Looks like she is wearing the white over skirt that acts as a protective apron for the dress, plus a second rectangular apron on top of that.  Similar to http://www.pinterest.com/pin/74239093830073876/

I have noticed several images, mostly late century Italian, showing women wearing some sort of apron-like skirt that goes all the way around their normal dress skirt.

Hans Weigel - PARMA: Nobilis Foemina Parmensis in Italia. Ein Edle Fraw von Parma  1577 http://www.pahor.de/data/product-list/53522.jpg

Italian Costumes by Hans Weigel, 1577 Bologna; Parma and Venice Milan and Sienna; Venice and Padua

Vest slashed at front. Blue overgown over a gold sottana. AND a striped veil. Also interesting to note the train with the veste folded up.

Married Paduan Gentlewoman from 'Mores Italiae,' 1575 Unknown Artist, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, via Realm of Venus

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