Giulio Romano (1490-1546) possibly with the intervention of Raffaello Sanzio (b.1483- d.1520), Portrait DETAIL of Doña Isabel de Requesens y Enríquez de Cardona-Anglesola, Wife of the Viceroy of Naples - painted 1518 (Louvre Museum, Paris)
1531 Presumed Portrait of Margherita Paleologo, Duchess of Mantua by Giulio Romano (Royal Collection). This is a fascinating dress! It appears to consist of a black-and-silver or black-and-white pretzel-pattern overlay of a tan or off-shite under-garment, possibly the one providing her partlet. Her sleeves are gargantuan virago (accordion) sleeves covering banded under-sleeves. Her over-garment has a wrap around bateau neckline.
CAMPI, Giulio (b. ca. 1508, Cremona, d. 1572, Cremona) Click! Portrait of a Man - Oil on canvas, 105,5 x 83 cm The Hermitage, St. Petersburg Formerly the painting was attributed to Anthonis Mor, then to Paris Bordone, and later to Lorenzo Lotto.