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German lady's renaissance Lady has on her head white silk coif and brocade bonnet decorated by ostrich plumes. The inspiration for this dress were painting of Lucas Cranach the elder –

I love the hat!! I know it's Italian Renaissance, but so is commedia.

Awesome reproduction of the Cranach gown. She just needs more ostrich feathers and a little rat-dog ;

Beautiful Cranach gown.  Zeitreise-WIP - Ein Renaissancekleid nach Lucas Cranach - Seite 37 - Anne Liebler ist die Hobbyschneiderin - Forum

Zeitreise-WIP - Ein Renaissancekleid nach Lucas Cranach - Seite 37 - Anne Liebler ist die Hobbyschneiderin - Forum I really want one of this type of dress!

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the glow, drape and sheen of this fabric lend authenticity to the reconstruction of the tiered German Cranach-style gown. Most likely made of silk dupioni and silk velvet.

Sybilla of Cleves - Originally based on the portrait at right of Sybilla of Cleves, this German renaissance gown is made of purple brocade with purple taffeta. The skirt features rolled pleats. The brustfleck (bustline trim) is beaded, embroidered, silk metallic trim which was hand-dyed to match the gown. The gown laces closed in the front through rings sewn into the bodice. Presented by 'Fashions in Time'.

Sybilla of Cleves - Originally based on the portrait at right of Sybilla of…

Worn as an outer gown by the middle classes and as an undergown by the upper classes, short sleeved gowns of this type are seen throughout Europe from about 1440-1480. For me - no brocade sleeves though.

Gown, Ladies', centuryWorn as an outer gown by the middle classes and as an undergown by the upper classes, short sleeved gowns of this type are seen throughout Europe from about I don't like the head piece, but something like this could work!

CRANACH, Lucas the Elder  [German Northern Renaissance Painter, 1472-1553] Portraits of Henry the Pious, Duke of Saxony and his wife Katharina von Mecklenburg1514Oil on canvas transferred from wood, 184 x 82,5 cm eachGemäldegalerie, Dresden

CRANACH, Lucas the Elder Portraits of Henry the Pious, Duke of Saxony and his wife Katharina von Mecklenburg 1514 Oil on canvas transferred from wood, 184 x cm each Gemäldegalerie, Dresden

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