Flemish School 1st half 17th century, Portrait of Archduke Albrecht VII of Austria, Stadtholder of the Spanish Netherlands

Flemish School 1st half 17th century, Portrait of Archduke Albrecht VII of Austria, Stadtholder of the Spanish Netherlands

Adriaen van Cronenburg, Portrait of a lady and a young girl holding 3 flowers, 1567 - Prado  Madrid.

Adriaen van Cronenburg, Portrait of a lady and a young girl holding 3 flowers, 1567 - Prado Madrid.

lille, spanish netherlands: 163 ||| art ||| sotheby's n09658lot9mpbken

lille, spanish netherlands: 163 ||| art ||| sotheby's n09658lot9mpbken

Isabella Clara Eugenia, Archduchess of Austria, Duchess of Brabant, Countess Palatine of Burgundy, Infanta of Spain, Infanta of Portugal (Co-sovereign of the Spanish Netherlands) /tcc/

The Infanta Isabella Clara Eugenia Archduchess of Austria. Frans Pourbus the Younger (Antwerp 1569 - Paris

ISABELLA CLARA EUGENIA   (1566-1633). Infanta of Spain and Portugal; consort of Archduke Albert VII of Austria and co-sovereign of the Spanish Netherlands. Painting, c1600.

ISABELLA CLARA EUGENIA (1566-1633). Infanta of Spain and Portugal; consort of Archduke Albert VII of Austria and co-sovereign of the Spanish Netherlands. Painting, c1600.

Frans Pourbus the Younger (Flemish Baroque Era painter, 1569-1622) Isabella Clara Eugenia of Spain (1566–1633), Archduchess of Austria

POURBUS Frans Pourbus the Younger - Flemish (Antwerp Paris) ~ Isabella Clara Eugenia of Spain Archduchess of Austria. Isabella ruled the Spanish Netherlands and the north of modern France, together with her husband Albert,. Isabella governed until

Spice box  W. R., London ca. 1602 - silver. The intricate ornament on this scallop-shaped box reflects the late Elizabethan taste for Antwerp Mannerism; indeed, many specialized workers active in London’s goldsmiths’ trade came from the Spanish Netherlands. Although shell-shaped boxes such as this one are sometimes referred to as spice boxes, according to early seventeenth-century inventories, they were used for serving sugar, an expensive delicacy.

The intricate ornament on this scallop-shaped box reflects the late Elizabethan taste for Antwerp Mannerism; indeed, many specialized workers active in London’s goldsmiths’ trade came from the Spanish Netherlands

This beautiful Spanish map depicts the principal regions of Europe in play during the Eighty Years War (1568-1648) in which the Netherlands rebelled against the Spanish Hapsburg rule ultimately forming the independent Dutch Republic. An interesting touch is an illustration of burning fleet at the top of the map in the North Sea. Could be a reference to the Spanish Armada which was destroyed in 1588 in an unrelated action against the English during the same period.

This beautiful Spanish map depicts the principal regions of Europe in play…

Alessandro Farnese (1545–1592) Duke of Parma and Piacenza (1586–1592), Governor of the Spanish Netherlands (1578–1592), in Armour. Italian School Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds.

Alessandro Farnese Duke of Parma and Piacenza Governor of the Spanish Netherlands in Armour

1567 Spanish Netherlands (Friesland): Dama con una flor amarilla (Lady holding a yellow flower).  Lovely red linen kirtle, black partlet, close fitting sleeves, apron.  Hubby's hat on the table?

Adriaen van Cronenburch, "Dama con una flor amarilla" Museo Nacional del Prado: Galería online, around It's a really hi-res image, just click and zoom on the Prado site.

16 cen probably of Isabela Clara Eugenia| photo by fiberferret

century Spanish costume, probably belonging to Isabela Clara Eugenia, sovereign of the Spanish Netherlands in the Low Countries (born died

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