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- OPUS INCERTUM -: LA SAYA DE MUJER (III) en el siglo XV e inicios del XVI

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1425?. St. George, Victoria and Albert Museum, London (detail)

- OPUS INCERTUM -: THE WOMAN SAYA (III) in the fifteenth century and early sixteenth

1495 The Vergós Family, Altarpiece of Sant Esteve de Granollers, Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona

1422-23. De cómo fue reina Ester, Biblia de la Casa Alba, Moises Arragel The Bible of the White House, 1422-1423

the beheading of St. John the Baptist - 1400s Spanish. Gosh, look at the details on this. There are words on her braid case! The weird stripes on her skirt (stuffed casing?). Enormous undersleeves, design on her fabric, beaded trim, tall shoes, etc.

Cristo y la Samaritana, Bernat Martorell, 1445-1452, Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña, Barcelona (detalle)

The Gypsies, or Romani, first appeared in Western Europe in the early 15th century. Linguistic evidence points to several group migrations from the Indian subcontinent, the first possibly around 390BC. There is documentation of them being in Constantinople around 1068. For European Gypsies (other than Spanish Gypsies) this seems to be the starting point with contact with Europe. Some of the various Gypsy tribes settled into a migratory pattern in the Balkans and Eastern Europe with others…