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15th century Martin Schongauer (German, Colmar ca. 1435/50–1491 Breisach)   A Foolish Virgin in Half-Figure

"A Foolish Virgin in Half-Figure," Martin Schongauer, engraving, date given as century (probably c. Metropolitan Museum of Art accession no.

1480-1500 The second wise virgin; standing towards the left, holding a flame Engraving. Print made by: Monogrammist IE After: Martin Schongauer

The second wise virgin; standing towards the left, holding a flame Engraving Producer namePrint made by: Monogrammist IE After: Martin Schongauer

Martin Schongauer, Young Woman Fanning a Fire with a Bird’s Wing, 1469. What is with the neck closure??

thesensualstarfish: “ Martin Schongauer, Young Woman Fanning a fire with a bird’s wing, a drawing. Germany, AD 1469 The meaning of this curious drawing is unclear. Schongauer did this drawing at age.

Le Roman de la RoseMade for Louise of Savoy(OXF, Bodleian, MS. Douce 195)French, late 15th century

Le Roman de la Rose Made for Louise of Savoy (OXF, Bodleian, MS. Douce French, late century from Lara Corsets - century guide to Women's clothing during England's War of the Roses - black apron

Werke der Barmherzigkeit;Hungrige speisen: Kunstwerk: Temperamalerei-Holz ; Einrichtung sakral ; Flügelaltar ; Meister S. H. von 1485 ; Oberösterreich Dokumentation: 1490 ; 1500 ; Linz ; Österreich ; Oberösterreich ; Schloßmuseum

Werke der Barmherzigkeit;Hungrige speisen: Kunstwerk: Temperamalerei-Holz ; Einrichtung sakral ; Flügelaltar ; Meister S. H. von 1485 ; Oberösterreich Dokumentation: 1490 ; 1500 ; Linz ; Österreich ; Oberösterreich ; Schloßmuseum

Unknown Master, Flemish (active 1450s in Brussels) Title	 English: The Last Judgment and the Wise and Foolish Virgins Date	1450s and c. 1480

Unknown Master, Flemish (active in Brussels) Title English: The Last Judgment and the Wise and Foolish Virgins Date and c.

1480 German Housebok dress

Barbara von Erlach (nee de Praroman of Freiburg) with daughters modeled (see image to the very bottom right, from the Spiez Shilling). Barbara was the wife of Altschultheiss Rudolf von Erlach, the patron of the Berner Schilling.

spätes 15. Jh., „der unterjochte Ehemann“ (Israhel van Meckenem), Deutschland. UNTERHOSEN?:

detail from 'der unterjochte Ehemann' (the subjugated husband), Israhel van Meckenem, end of century, Germany - underwear Brilliant: not only is she beating her husband with a distaff, but she's clearly WEARING KNICKERS!

Astrological Treatises, in Latin | Like a (Well-Dressed) Virgin | The Morgan Library & Museum

Like a (Well-Dressed) Virgin

Like a (Well-Dressed) Virgin, c. From Abu Ma'shar, Astrological Treatises, in Latin.

Livre de la chasse, in French and Latin | No Bloodstains on These Clothes | The Morgan Library & Museum ca. 1406

No Bloodstains on These Clothes

Illuminating Fashion: Dress in the Art of Medieval France and the Netherlands

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