Young Woman, 1460-80 | Tuscan gray sandstone (Pietra serena), traces of paint Circle of Desiderio da Settignano.  Possibly carved by Ger da Settignano  Italian, c. 1424-1470

Tuscan gray sandstone (Pietra serena), traces of paint Circle of Desiderio da Settignano Possibly carved by Ger da Settignano Italian, c. Very few works survive by Desiderio da Settignano (c.

Portrait of a young girl, Peter Christus, oil on wood, ca 1470, 29 x 22,5 cm, Staatliche Museen, Berlin.

Petrus Christus Portrait of a Young Girl, , Staatliche Museen, Berlin. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Portrait of a Young Girl by Petrus Christus.

Rogier van der Weyden - Portrait of a Lady, ca 1460

Rogier van der Weyden, Portrait of a Lady, National Gallery of Art, Washington. Van der Weyden moved portraiture away from idealisation and towards more naturalistic representation

Leonardo da Vinci - Ginevra de' Benci, 1474-78

Leonardo da Vinci Portrait of Ginevra de Benci, , National Gallery of Art, Washington. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Portrait of Ginevra de Benci by Leonardo da Vinci.

Agnolo Bronzino - A Young Woman and Her Little Boy, 1540

The portrait of an unknown "Young Woman and Her Little Boy" ca. 1540 by Bronzino (Agnolo di Cosimo di Mariano). Art historian Maike Vogt-Lüerssen believes the woman is Maria de' Medici, depicted with her younger brother Antonio.

Sandro Botticelli, Portrait of a young man, ca 1483

Attributed to Alessandro di Mariano di Vanni Filipepi, known as Sandro Botticelli — Portrait of a Young Man, 1483 : The National Gallery, London UK

Hans Holbein the Younger, An unidentified woman by Hans Holbein the Younger, c. 1532 – c. 1543

"A sketch of Amalia von Kleve, sister of Anna of Kleve's, by Hans Holbein. Both Anna and her sister Amalia were sketched by Holbein, since they were both being considered as potential candidates for King Henry VIII's fourth wife.

Portrait of a Man by Jan van Eyck, ca.1390

The Man in a Red Turban by Jan Van Eyck (c. The exact person depicted has never been identified, but it is widely thought that it is a self-portrait of Van Eyck himself. 1433 oil on wood in National Gallery, London, UK


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