A Young Woman, ca. 1550 (Master of the Female Half-Figures) Kunsthistorisches Museum, Wien GG_998
The Magdalen (c. 1530). Attr. to The Master of the Legend of the Magdalen (German, active from about 1483 to around 1527). National Gallery, London. It is probably idealized, but I think it is painted to be an example of a bodice that does not confine the breast, like the Princess Dorothea's existing garment.
Jean Bellegambe French, c. 1470-1535/36 Saint Barbara, c. 1520 Oil on panel 32 3/8 x 11 1/16 in. (82.3 x 28.2 cm; painted surface: 32 1/8 x 10 3/4 in. (81.7 x 27.3 cm) Inscribed: Et anima mea...et povere.. (on book)
Bartolomeo Veneto, Portrait of a lady as Mary Magdalen (detail), c.1520
Diptyque's Crossing: Francesco d'Ubertino, dit Le Bacchiacca de l'école florentine May be coral, maybe amber, carnelian or something else. Hard to tell.
A widow, thought to be Giulia de' Medici after the death of her first husband. ca. 1559, Alessandro Allori (Uffizi, Florence)
Gerard David, 1509 Detail from Virgin among Virgins. Flemish, similar to Juana's (of course).
1553-1562 Adriaen van Cronenburg - Catarijna van Unema
1530's. Gorgeous green dress with gold stripe. Zoom is lovely Dossi, Dosso La dama del turbante verde 64 cm x 50 cm Hacia 1530