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Alfonso I d'Este (1476-1534) ,copia da Tiziano , attribuita a Bastianino (1532-1602) ,olio su tela , cm 127x98,4 , Metropolitan Museum of Art . Alfonso III° , duca di Ferrara-Modena-Reggio alla morte del padre Ercole,  è stato il 3° marito di Lucrezia Borgia (1480-1519) .

Alfonso I d'Este (1476-1534) ,copia da Tiziano , attribuita a Bastianino (1532-1602) ,olio su tela , cm 127x98,4 , Metropolitan Museum of Art . Alfonso III° , duca di Ferrara-Modena-Reggio alla morte del padre Ercole, è stato il 3° marito di Lucrezia Borgia (1480-1519) .

Francesco Montemezzano (Venetian), Portrait of a Lady with a Squirrel, ca. 1565. Image from Starlight Masquerade.

Francesco Montemezzano (Venetian), Portrait of a Lady with a Squirrel, ca. 1565. Image from Starlight Masquerade.

‘”Lucrezia Borgia e Famiglia”. Dosso Dossi.’, "Lucrezia Borgia and her family" , anonymous, Federico Zeri Foundation

‘”Lucrezia Borgia e Famiglia”. Dosso Dossi.’, "Lucrezia Borgia and her family" , anonymous, Federico Zeri Foundation

JoffreBorgia - Borgia - Wikipedia

JoffreBorgia - Borgia - Wikipedia

Cesare Borgia (1475-1507), Duke of Valentinois (oil on canvas) (b/w photo) Italian School 15th century

Cesare Borgia (1475-1507), Duke of Valentinois (oil on canvas) (b/w photo) Italian School 15th century

Lucrezia Borgia (probably), by Anonymous artist, 1580-1599. Urbino, Italy. Giclee Print at Art.com

Lucrezia Borgia (probably)

Lucrezia Borgia (probably), by Anonymous artist, 1580-1599. Urbino, Italy. Giclee Print at Art.com

Cesare Borgia,    At age 18, Cesare became a Cardinal, while his older brother, Juan (who was also Rodrigo's favorite) became Captain General. Unsatisfied with his life as a Cardinal and jealous of his brother's position and power, he arranged to meet Juan at Tiber Island, where he convinced Juan to spend the night with the courtesan Fiora Cavazza, who later killed him under Cesare's orders.

Borgias Never Forgive

Cesare Borgia, At age 18, Cesare became a Cardinal, while his older brother, Juan (who was also Rodrigo's favorite) became Captain General. Unsatisfied with his life as a Cardinal and jealous of his brother's position and power, he arranged to meet Juan at Tiber Island, where he convinced Juan to spend the night with the courtesan Fiora Cavazza, who later killed him under Cesare's orders.

Vanozza dei Cattanei

Vanozza dei Cattanei

The Life of Cesare Borgia

The Life of Cesare Borgia

Alfonso d'Este, Duke of Ferrara

Alfonso d'Este, Duke of Ferrara

Archivio Arte Moda - Archivio - Opere

Archivio Arte Moda - Archivio - Opere

Alfonso of Aragon (1481–1500), Duke of Bisceglie and Prince of Salerno of the House of Trastámara, was the illegitimate son of Alfonso II King of Naples and his mistress Trogia Gazzela. His father, cousin of Ferdinand II King of Aragon, abdicated in favour of his legitimate son Ferdinand II of Naples.

Alfonso of Aragon (1481–1500), Duke of Bisceglie and Prince of Salerno of the House of Trastámara, was the illegitimate son of Alfonso II King of Naples and his mistress Trogia Gazzela. His father, cousin of Ferdinand II King of Aragon, abdicated in favour of his legitimate son Ferdinand II of Naples.

Bust of Cesare Borgia, of France, Duke of Valentinois and Romagna, Prince of Andria and Venafri, Count of Dyois, Lord of Piombino, Camerino and Urbino, Gonfalonier and Captain-General of Holy Church.  Monument in Viana, Navarro, Spain.

Bust of Cesare Borgia, of France, Duke of Valentinois and Romagna, Prince of Andria and Venafri, Count of Dyois, Lord of Piombino, Camerino and Urbino, Gonfalonier and Captain-General of Holy Church. Monument in Viana, Navarro, Spain.

lucrezia borgia 1518

lucrezia borgia 1518

Another painting traditionally said to be of Lucretia De Borja. The dark hair puts it off, but that may be the disintegration of the paint, or it may be the newly founded theory that she was once painted as Saint Beatrice D'Este with the dark hair and lent her face to it. I think it's her. The uncanny similarities with descriptions..long face, long nose, and not to mention the face is the same as Flora by Veneto.

Another painting traditionally said to be of Lucretia De Borja. The dark hair puts it off, but that may be the disintegration of the paint, or it may be the newly founded theory that she was once painted as Saint Beatrice D'Este with the dark hair and lent her face to it. I think it's her. The uncanny similarities with descriptions..long face, long nose, and not to mention the face is the same as Flora by Veneto.

Lucrezia Borgia, 1863 (oil on canvas)

Lucrezia Borgia, 1863 (oil on canvas)