Raphael. Eleanora Gonzaga, c1505

Raphael. Eleanora Gonzaga, c1505

Boltraffio  / Portrait d'une jeune fille couronnée  de fleurs

Boltraffio / Portrait d'une jeune fille couronnée de fleurs

Cesare was Rodrigo Borgia's second son with Vannozza dei Cattanei. Cesare's education was precisely planned by his father: he was educated by tutors in Rome until his 12th birthday. He grew up to become a charming man skilled at war and politics. He studied law and the humanities at the University of Perugia, then went to the University of Pisa to study theology. As soon as he graduated from the university, his father made him a cardinal.

Cesare was Rodrigo Borgia's second son with Vannozza dei Cattanei. Cesare's education was precisely planned by his father: he was educated by tutors in Rome until his 12th birthday. He grew up to become a charming man skilled at war and politics. He studied law and the humanities at the University of Perugia, then went to the University of Pisa to study theology. As soon as he graduated from the university, his father made him a cardinal.

Costume Catalyst Italian 1500-1520

Costume Catalyst Italian 1500-1520

5. Parmigianino: A Beautiful Artifice by Antea c. 1531-1534 New silhouette of the 16th century emphasis of horizontal lines grown out of the germanic fashion culture.

5. Parmigianino: A Beautiful Artifice by Antea c. 1531-1534 New silhouette of the 16th century emphasis of horizontal lines grown out of the germanic fashion culture.

Italian, Florentine | Portrait of a Lady in Red | NG585 | The National Gallery, London.Acquired as a portrait of Isotta da Rimini by Piero della Francesca, the painting is more probably by a Florentine artist and the sitter is unknown. The profile view emphasises the woman's high forehead, a fashionable convention achieved by shaving or plucking.

Italian, Florentine | Portrait of a Lady in Red | NG585 | The National Gallery, London.Acquired as a portrait of Isotta da Rimini by Piero della Francesca, the painting is more probably by a Florentine artist and the sitter is unknown. The profile view emphasises the woman's high forehead, a fashionable convention achieved by shaving or plucking.

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Bartolomeo Montagna : Saint Justina of Padua 1490s

Bartolomeo Montagna : Saint Justina of Padua 1490s

Portrait of man, believed to be The Grand Dauphin (1661-1711) by (after) Alexis-Simon Belle

Portrait of man, believed to be The Grand Dauphin (1661-1711) by (after) Alexis-Simon Belle

Sandro Botticelli - The Virgin and Child with Saint John and an Angel (detail), 1490.

Sandro Botticelli - The Virgin and Child with Saint John and an Angel (detail), 1490.

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