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Portrait of a Lady 1590s

Portrait of a Lady 1590s

Beatrix Bethóc Gilchrest De Angus, 1184-1270 and my 24th Great-Grandmother. She married Sir Walter Stewart, 3rd High Steward of Scotland.

Beatrix Bethóc Gilchrest De Angus, 1184-1270 and my 24th Great-Grandmother. She married Sir Walter Stewart, 3rd High Steward of Scotland.

Pre-Raphaelites

Pre-Raphaelites

Portrait+of+English+Noblewoman+at+Leeds+Castle+ 1590s | I can't tell if this is blackwork or a woven pattern, but either way, I love the all-over effect! Quite striking!

Portrait+of+English+Noblewoman+at+Leeds+Castle+ 1590s | I can't tell if this is blackwork or a woven pattern, but either way, I love the all-over effect! Quite striking!

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Countess of Bedford Lucy Harrington by Marcus Gheeraerts (David David Gallery) | Grand Ladies | gogm

Countess of Bedford Lucy Harrington by Marcus Gheeraerts (David David Gallery) | Grand Ladies | gogm

Portrait of Dorothy Huddleston, (born 1577), aged 17. 1594.

Portrait of Dorothy Huddleston, (born 1577), aged 17. 1594.

English: Portrait of a lady wearing a white bodice and sleeves embroidered with flowers and figures hunting, with a dark petticoat and a ruff, holding a small dog. Circle of Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger (1561–1636)

English: Portrait of a lady wearing a white bodice and sleeves embroidered with flowers and figures hunting, with a dark petticoat and a ruff, holding a small dog. Circle of Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger (1561–1636)

"Unknown Woman" by Robert Peake the Elder (1610) - "The ruff usually evolved into a more relaxed form as time passed.  Northern European women gave up their traditional black & white dress including ruffs more slowly. The standing ruff survived into the 1620's, but from 1615 to 1640 the falling ruff was more popular."

"Unknown Woman" by Robert Peake the Elder (1610) - "The ruff usually evolved into a more relaxed form as time passed. Northern European women gave up their traditional black & white dress including ruffs more slowly. The standing ruff survived into the 1620's, but from 1615 to 1640 the falling ruff was more popular."

Portrait of a Lady Circle of George Gower

Portrait of a Lady Circle of George Gower

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