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Caterina van Hemessen - Portrait of a Young Lady, 1560 at Baltimore Art Museum by mbell1975, via Flickr

Caterina van Hemessen – after was a Flemish Renaissance painter. She is the earliest female Flemish painter for whom there is verifiable extant work, and is known for a series of small scale female portraits completed between the late and early

Elizabeth Killigrew, Lady Trelawny, c. 1580s-90s  Philip Mould Historical Portraits  http://www.historicalportraits.com/Gallery.asp?Page=Item&ItemID=1825&Desc=Sir-Jonathan-Trelawny,-and-his-mother,-Elizabeth,-Lady-Trelawny,-n%E9e-Killigrew-%7C--English-School-17th-Century

Artist Unknown English: English School Description English: Portrait of Elizabeth Lady Trelawny (née Killigrew). Date between circa 1580 and circa 1599 Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 83 × 63 cm × in) Source/Photographer Philip Mould Historical Portraits


Formerly Steven van der Meulen, active Netherlandish, active in Britain (from naturalized 1562 Portrait of a Woman dated 1567 Single-strand beaded girdle. Looks like glass beads?

Beatrix Pacheco, Countess of Montbel and Entremonts by Jean Clouet (Städel Museum - Frankfurt am Mein, Hesse Germany). About 1539.

Francois Clouet, Bildnis der Beatrix Pacheco, Gräfin von Montbel und Entremonts (Portrait of Beatrix Pacheco, Countess of Montbel and Entremonts)

Paulus Moreelse - Portrait of a girl

Paulus Moreelse, Portrait of a Girl, 1625 - Weser Renaissance Museum, Lemgo . I like her a bit untidy hair

Caterina van Hemessen ~ Portrait of a Young Lady ~ 1560.

Chains around neck, interesting Caterina van Hemessen ~ Portrait of a Young Lady ~