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Various patterns of the Renaissance: 1) Ceiling in the Ducal palace, Mantua, Italy; 2, 3, 6, 13) Frescos from the Vatican loggias; 4, 7, 10, 13) From the mass-book Pope Leo X; 5) Ceiling in the San Maurizio, Milan, Italy; 8) Initial M; 9) Ornament of a picture frame; 11) Ceiling in the Palazzo Doria; Genoa, Italy; 12) Venetian enamel; 14) Wood mosaic from Santa Maria in Organo, Verona, Italy (1499); 15) Ornament of an Italian leather bowl (16th century); 16) Initial P (mass-book); 17) Inlay (French, 16th century); 18) Italian book ornament; 19) Initial D (mass-book) with the five bullets of the Medici coat of arms; 20) Four quarters of Italian majolica tiles; 21) French miniature art; 22) from the prayer book of French Queen Anne of Brittany; 23) Stone ornament from Château de Châteaudun, France; 24) French manuscript (rand strip ornament); 25) Pilaster ornament from the Palace of Fontainebleau; 26) Stone ornaemt from the Château de Blois (1530); 27) Glazed stove tiles (German, 17th century); 28) Enameled silver plate (German, 16th century); 29) From a manuscript of Hans Schäufelin (1538); 30) Goblet design in enamel and gold by M. Hauch (Augsburg, Germany, 1571); 31) Glazed oven ornament by Augustin Hirschvogel (Nuremberg, Germany, 16th century); 32) Glazed clay jug (German, 1590); 33) From a German prayer book (1520). Chromolithograph, published in 1897.

Vintage engraving of Queen Elizabeth the First of England reigned from 1558 to 1603. She was also known as The Virgin Queen, Gloriana, or Good Queen Bess. This engraving is based on the famous Rainbow portrait of the Queen painted in 1600. Note engraving from 1855 photo and colour work by by D Walker

"Vintage engraving by Albrecht DArer c.1512 showing Charlemagne King of the Franks from 768 and Emperor of the Romans (Imperator Romanorum) from 800 to his death. He expanded the Frankish kingdom into an empire that incorporated much of Western and Central Europe. During his reign, he conquered Italy and was crowned Imperator Augustus by Pope Leo III on 25 December 800."

Architectural sketch of Florence, Italy. The historic centre and Duomo. Handmade painting, acrylic on paper, slightly processed.

Renaissance costumes (15th and 16th century): 1 -2) Florentine nobleman and noblewoman (15th century); 3) Joanna of Flanders (1341); 4) Burgundian noblewoman (15th century); 5) French nobleman (1410); 6 - 7) German citizens (1480); 8) Nuremberg citizen (1500); 9) Nuremberg woman, going to the dance (1500); 10) Lansquenet (1530); 11) Catherine de' Medici, Queen of France (1545); 12) John of Austria (1547 - 1578); 13) Venetian noblewoman (after Titian's "La Bella", 1536). Chromolithograph, published in 1897.

"Vintage engraving from 1835 showing Sir Thomas More also known as Saint Thomas More, was an English lawyer, social philosopher, author, and statesman. He is also recognised as a saint within the Catholic Church. During his life he gained a reputation as a leading Renaissance humanist, an opponent of the Protestant Reformation of Martin Luther and for opposing William Tyndale and his translation of the Bible into the English language. For three years toward the end of his life he was Lord Chancellor."

Enamel painting: 1 - 3) Egyptian (Roman Empire); 4) Greek (4th century BC); 5) Franconian (8th century); 6) Celtic buckle; 7 - 11) Indian; 12) Chinese, 13 - 14) Japanese; 15 - 16) Byzantine; 17 - 21) medieval (20 - from the shrine of Charlemagne in Aachen, 21 - 13th century); 22 - 23) Border of tableware (French renaissance); 24 - 25) Limoges (French, 16th century); 26 - 28) German Renaissance; 29) Necklace (French, 17th century); 30 - 31) Russian, 18th century (30 - Glory of an Icon); 32 - 33) Tin box (French, 18th century). Lithograph, published in 1897.

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