folder 1 - Miscellaneous fashion plates, 1590-1599

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US NNFIT SC.111.1.1


Miscellaneous fashion plates, 1590-1599


  • 1590-1599 (Creation)

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Cesare was a distant cousin of the famous Titian, and studied in his shop. He was a member of the branch of Vecellio descended from Giovanni Antonio. He is best known for his prints; he published illustrated books on costume, embroidery and lacemaking, and other subjects. Francesco, Cesare, Orazio and Marco were the only family members allowed to use the appellation "di Tiziano." Comment on works: ornamental

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This folder contains two plates from Habiti Antichi et el moderni di tutto el mondo by Cesare Vecellio. 1 women's 1590, Nobili Moderne and 1 men's 1598, Nobile di Borgogne

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