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Unknown Venetian Lady (c. 1475)
Unknown Venetian Lady

Unknown artist, early Venetian School

c. 1475 The hairstyles of the late 15th century show the widespread fashion of binding the hair in small, simple turban or caul.

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Portrait of a Young Woman (Carpaccio)
Portrait of a Young Woman

Vittore Carpaccio

c. 1490 The low-cut bosom-revealing style remained in fashion through the 1550s.



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Portrait of a Woman (Vittore Carpaccio, 1495)
Portrait of a Woman

Vittore Carpaccio

c. 1495


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Caterina Cornaro, Queen of Cyprus (Gentile Bellini, 1500)
Caterina Cornaro

Gentile Bellini, 1500

She was Queen of Cyprus from 1474 to 1489 and declared a "Daughter of Saint Mark" so Venice could claim control of Cyprus after the death of her husband.

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Portrait of a Young Venetian Woman

Albrecht Dürer

1505

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Portrait of a Lady (1510-25) Venetian Master
Portrait of a Lady

Unknown Venetian Master

c. 1510



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Portrait of a Gentleman (bartolomeo Veneto, 1512)
Portrait of a Gentleman

Bartolomeo Veneto

1512



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Woman with a Mirror (Titian) Woman with a Mirror

Titian

c.1510



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Violante (La Bella Gotta) Violante - La Bella Gatta

Titian

1514



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Man with the Blue Sleeve (Ludovico Ariosto) (Titian) Man with the Blue Sleeve

Probably a portrait of Ludovico Ariosto

Titian

c. 1510

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The Three Sisters (detail) by Palma Vecchio, 1520
The Three Sisters (Palma Vecchio, 1520)













Two Venetian Ladies (Vittore Carpaccio, 1510)
Two Venetian Ladies (Carpaccio, 1505-10)

The Virgin Reading (Vittore Carpaccio, 1505-10)
The Virgin Reading (Vittore Carpaccio 1505-10)

Arrival of the English Ambassadors (Vittore Carpaccio, 1495)
Arrival of the English Ambassadors
(Vittore Carpaccio, 1495)

Young Venetian Gentlemen of the 15th Century
Young Venetian Gentlemen of the 15th Century

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Juan Borgia in Carnival Attire
by George Stuart




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