Noblewoman by Giovanni Bernardo Carbone (Musei di Strada Nuova, Palazzo Bianco - Genova, Liguria, Italy)

From history-of-fashion.tumblr.com/post/107093968564/17th-century-giovanni-bernardo-carbone-portrait. Also posted to the “Casual” Dress - 1641 to 1683 Album here.

Noblewoman by Giovanni Bernardo Carbone (Musei di Strada Nuova, Palazzo Bianco - Genova, Liguria, Italy) From history-of-fashion.tumblr.com:post:107093968564:17th-century-giovanni-bernardo-carbone-portrait trimmed

She wears Italo-Hispanic dress with a bib laced down to her shoulders. It covers the partlet replacement material, the dark strip above her bertha. The over-skirt is hiked up and pouffed like a robe à la circassienne of the 1770s. Her coiffure is pre-hurluberlu so this would date to about the 1660s.

Keywords:  Carbone, Italian, proto-hurluberlu coiffure, ribbon headdress, bib, high neckline, bows, fitted bodice, partlet, straight neckline, lace bertha, quarter length puffed paned over-sleeves, ribbon arm bands, elbow length puffed uncer-sleeves, flared cuffs, vee waistline, full over-skirt, maxi-length full under-skirt, shoes

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