ca. 1506 Anne de Bretagne by ? (location ?)

She married twice due to the political turbulence of the era according to her Wikipedia article. France and indepedant Burgundy were united as a result. Two of the children by her second marriage survived to adulthood, Claude and Renée.

From jeannedepompadour.blogspot.com/2012/03/wrapped-in-fur-first-necessity-then.html; enlarged by half.

ca. 1506 Anne de Bretagne by ? (location ?) From jeannedepompadour.blogspot.com:2012:03:wrapped-in-fur-first-necessity-then.html

These are what the farthingale supplanted, unsupported gowns with flared sleeves. Anne's gown, which has no separate bodice, is worn over a kirtle, the under-skirt. Partlets or chemises show under the gowns’ square or crescent necklines. She and her retinue wear hoods ending in veils. What can be seen of the coiffures are straight, parted in the middle.

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