Palma Vecchio 1480 - 1528

Palma Vecchio (c. 1480 – iulie 1528), pictor italian

Palma Vecchio Portrait of a Young Woman, , Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Portrait of a Young Woman by Palma Vecchio.

The lady in the turkish attire was Caterina Cornaro (1454-1510) by Titian/Tiziano. She was the daughter of one of the most influent families in the Republic of Venice. She married the King of Cyprus and Armenia and when he died Cyprus got under the venetian influence with her as a queen. In 1489 she abdicated in favor of the Republic of Venice.

Titian : Portrait of Caterina Cornaro wife of King James II of Cyprus, dressed as St.

Judith (1615-1627) Simon Vouet

Judith and Belle Watling

Judith with the Head of Holophernes, by Simon Vouet, (Alte Pinakothek, Munich)

This is simply called "La Bella" I wish people of today would think curves and not boys are beautiful. Palma Vecchio, 1525: La Bella

This is simply called "La Bella" I think the dress is red with blue lining. Possible ribbon tie gown. Interesting under sleeves Palma Vecchio, La Bella

Lady Jenny Cameron of Lochiel c. 1740 by Ramsay

1740 Allan Ramsay - Portrait of a lady, traditionally identified as Jenny Cameron of Lochiel

Palma il Vecchio - Ritratto di dama con acconciatura detta il balzo (1510-20)  Venice, Gallerie dell'Accademia

Jacopo, Palma il Vecchio (Jacopo Negretti) - Portrait Of A Venetian Woman. Interestingly, looks like she has her sheer camicia over another darker clothing layer.

Shaped patchwork in the bodice and sleeves in addition to alternating colors in the baragoni  Paolo CAVAZZOLA  Verona 1486 – 1522    Portrait of a lady [Ritratto di gentildonna] c.1515-17  oil on canvas  96.4 (h) x 74.2 (w) cm Accademia Carrara, Bergamo

Shaped patchwork in the bodice and sleeves in addition to alternating colors in the baragoni Paolo CAVAZZOLA Verona 1486 – 1522 Portrait of a lady [Ritratto di gentildonna] oil on canvas (h) x (w) cm Accademia Carrara, Bergamo

Portrait of Elisabetta Gonzaga is listed (or ranked) 20 on the list Famous Portraits  from the Italian Renaissance Movement

Famous Portraits from the Italian Renaissance Movement

Attributed to Raphael or Raffaello Sanzio : Portrait of Elisabetta Gonzaga in the Uffizi Gallery,

Portrait of a lady with the bow and arrows of Diana in a fur trimmed red riding habit, late 18th c. Britain

Portrait of a lady with the bow and arrows of Diana in a fur trimmed red riding habit, late c.

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