Michaela Hošmánková

Michaela Hošmánková

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1575 - 1600 Costume for Women. The French farthingale, wheel, drum originated from the Spanish farthingale or verdugale. The farthingale was made of whalebone cane hoops and steel spokes and worn as an understructure to the skirt.

Queens of England, Anne of Denmark, 1574 - 1619 Anne was born on the December 1574 to King Fredrick II of Denmark and Sophie of Mecklenburg-Gustrow. Anne and her older sister Elizabeth were sent.

Anne of Denmark wears a bodice with a low, round neckline and tight sleeve, with a matching petticoat pinned into flounces on a drum or cartwheel farthingale, 1605. The high-fronted hairstyle was briefly fashionable.

Anne of Denmark c. by John de Critz. was Queen consort of Scotland, England, and Ireland as the wife of King James VI and

Queen Elizabeth I (1533–1603)  by Marcus Gheeraerts the younger

Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger Queen Elizabeth I A "softened" and flattering version of the Ditchley Portrait.oil on 89 cm,Government Art Collection.

Portrait of Anne of Austria by Frans Pourbus the younger

Anne of Austria, Infanta of Spain, & Queen of France (married to Louis XIII), painted by Frans Pourbus the Younger. This painting is in the State Art Gallery (Staatliche Kunsthalle) of Karlsruhe, Germany .from Wikimedia

Wheel farthingale with embroidery and ALL THAT HAIR. Wowza! (early 17th century)

Princess Elizabeth Later Queen of Bohemia Robert Peake the Elder (British, ca. The Metropolitan Museum of Art