- ... definitely ... does have 3 ... to the ... time/place??? ... I have a coffee table book on the Uffizi and Pitti. In that book the color of the forearmMessage 1 of 3 , Apr 1, 2003View Source--- In Italian_Rennaissance_Costuming@yahoogroups.com, "ailith"
> The bodice in the portrait is burgundy brocade which matches thedefinitely
> color of the lower sleeves. The upper sleeves and the skirt are
> plain black. There's no hint of a pattern of any kind. The skirtdoes have 3
> horizontal tucks that begin about 2" below where the skirt attachesto the
> bodice, spaced at approximately 1/2" to 3/4" apart.time/place???
> Has anyone else ever seen any portrait like this from this
>I have a coffee table book on the Uffizi and Pitti. In that book the
color of the forearm sleeve and bodice is deep eggplant.
Are you looking for more copies of the same picture or more portraits
from the same time and place?
- Thank you Ailith, for the color clarification on the Laura Battiferri painting by Bronzino! Like you, I ve wondered what the true colors were. BTW, in myMessage 2 of 3 , Apr 1, 2003View SourceThank you Ailith, for the color clarification on the Laura Battiferri
painting by Bronzino! Like you, I've wondered what the true colors were.
BTW, in my photo in the Bronzino book (Charles McCorquodale), there is a
triangle of bright red right under her right elbow. Did you notice this in
the original? What is it?
(note: the on-line photo that you referenced has cropped this portrait on
both sides and the bottom, so the red triangle is not shown).
Is the exhibit that you saw "Magnificenza! The Medici, Michelangelo and the
Art of Late Renaissance Florence" traveling, or is it just in Detroit? I
would love to see it if it comes to the south.
Did you see the exhibit book, Ailith? Is it worth buying for a costumer?