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Sofonisba Anguissola, Self Portrait at the Easel Painting a Devotional Panel, 1556

Interesting dress since it does not have the panel over the bust but is instead laced all the way up!

Salome - Lucas The Elder Cranach

Caterina Van Hemessen, autoportrait (1548) Caterina Van Hemessen (1528-1587) Flemish, daughter of the painter Jan Sanders Van Hemessen, it is probably he who taught her the job.

HEMESSEN, Catharina van (b. Antwerpen, d. ca. Antwerpen) Self-Portrait 1548 Oil on panel, 32 x 25 cm Öffentliche Kunstsammlung, Basel.

Altarpiece with the Martyrdom of St Catharine: St Barbara, St Ursula, St Margaret [right wing, recto] 1506 Lucas Cranach the Elder

Sofonisba de Anguissola, artist of the Renaissance. The only woman who has works exhibited at El Prado Museum

Sofonisba de Anguissola, artist of the Renaissance. The only woman (ridiculous!) who has works exhibited at El Prado Museum

Max Ernst and Dorothea Tanning by Lee Miller.

Dorothea Tanning and Max Ernst, Honolulu Photograph by Kay Bell 1952 Lee Miller, Max Ernst and Dorothea Tanning .

Bernard Strigel - Bildnis eines Edelmann, 1520

Bernhard Strigel Portrait of a Gentleman, 1520 painting outlet, painting Authorized official website

Lucas Cranach the Elder, Portrait of a woman

Portrait of a Lady in a Bonnet about 1525 - 1550 Circle of Lucas Cranach the Elder Here you can really "feel" that the embroidered breastband is "part" of the "white" lower half

Queen Henrietta Maria with Sir Jeffrey Hudson Anthony Van Dyck 1633  Its not often you come across a painting that includes a dwarf a monkey an orange tree and a Queen; but Anthony Van Dyck managed to include them all in this masterpiece. Henrietta Maria was the youngest daughter of King Henry IV of France and Queen Maria Medici from Florence. She married King Charles 1 of England in 1625 and became the Queen of England.  Van Dyck was hired to work as a court painter for King Charles and was…

Queen Henrietta Maria with Sir Jeffrey Hudson Anthony Van Dyck 1633 Its not often you come across a painting that includes a dwarf a monkey an orange tree and a Queen; but Anthony Van Dyck managed to include them all in this masterpiece. Henrietta Maria was the youngest daughter of King Henry IV of France and Queen Maria Medici from Florence. She married King Charles 1 of England in 1625 and became the Queen of England. Van Dyck was hired to work as a court painter for King Charles and was…

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