Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas | Detail of 'Emperor Heraclius Slays the King of Persia' | The emperor is wearing pointy gothic armour, apparently gilded, with a crown on his helmet. The King of Persia appears to have his armour hidden by clothing, although he is wearing a helmet and lower arm defenses. Harding Collection, Chicago Institute of Art.

from Boppard Conservation Project - Glasgow Museums

Armour in the Boppard Panels

Burrell Collection Boppard windows, appearing in the Agony in the Garden, Christ before Pilate and Resurrection panels

Saint Michael, 1450–1500, Master of Belmonte; the saint symbolises Christ triumphant over evil and the demon, the Antichrist. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

from Etsy

Peyton Manning ART PRINT illustration, Denver Broncos, NFL, Wall Art, Home Decor, Sport

1475 – 1500 Paris, France, Musée de l'Armée (Les Invalides), Spanish Images courtesy of Igor Zeler*, Doug Strong, AAF ID

The man-at-arms on the right is a heavy armoured infantryman of the later 15th century. He wears a kettle hat, brigandine with small sleeves, haubergeon (short mail shirt) with a mail collar, full armour for the limbs, a short sword and a halberd or bill.

from SLR Lounge

Self-Taught Student Photographer Explores Simple Beauty Through Composites

I am Annija Veldre from Latvia, a 21-year-old self-taught artist. I take creative fine art photos and Photoshop manipulations to capture the essence of beauty in the connection of human, nature and animal.

A man of the Swiss infantry. Dressed in Yellow and black, his attire is differed from others as the colours are split down the middle. The soldiers behind him aren't wearing the same pattern of colours, most of them are wearing leather armour.