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REFERENCE: Allegedly Lady Mary Sidney (née Dudley) (1530/35 - 1586). A much later engraving, of course. I would compare it with the c1550s Portrait of a Noblewoman by an  Unknown artist Minneapolis Institute of Arts, also on this board.

REFERENCE: Allegedly Lady Mary Sidney (née Dudley) - A much later engraving, of course. I would compare it with the Portrait of a Noblewoman by an Unknown artist Minneapolis Institute of Arts, also on this board.

Portrait of a Cook, unknown, c. 1550-1560

NOT "Tudor attire," not English, but rather from the Netherlands: of a Woman, Artist: Adriaen van Cronenburg Prado Museum. Part of a series of 5 set in the same place--one now missing.

Go to this Frenchman's blog to see a huge array of terrific visual art references on men's 12th century clothing. His research was thorough and his costume beautiful :)

huge array of terrific visual art references on men's century clothing, research is thorough and costume beautiful :)

Mary, Queen of Scots - Her Dress  Accused of attempting to usurp Elizabeth I and was eventually beheaded.

This beautiful dress is a modern reconstruction of a dress worn by Mary, Queen of Scots, it can be seen in Stirling Castle

Really in-depth tutorial on a custom/selfmade bodice. Morgan Donner know's her stuff. I'm going to open wiki for reference and dive into her postings.

Really in-depth tutorial on a custom/selfmade bodice. Morgan Donner know's her stuff. I'm going to open wiki for reference and dive into her postings.

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