"Venus and Mars" (detail) 1483 -- Sandro Botticelli -- Tempera on panel -- National Gallery -- London, England
Attributed to Giovanni Ambrogio de Predis (Italian, active by 1472–died after 1508). Girl with Cherries, ca. 1491–95. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Marquand Collection, Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1890 (91.26.5)
Giornea (the surcoat like thing). It's interesting to see outfits that attempt to slim and obscure the figure, when fashion today puts such an emphasis on shaping the female form. This dress makes her flat as a board. The arms are also cool, as an aside, but I like sleeves that come up to the wrist / knuckes.
Artist: Ambrogio de'Predis - Sitter: Bianca Maria Sforza (Milanese) - Date: c. 1493
1486 front laced gamurra of brocade, giornia with dags (don't see that often) Curious about her ladies one with gamurra but the other looks like the older non-waist design but very rich materials and trim.
Detail of The Visitation by Giovanna Tornabuoni, ca 1488 Florence, Santa Maria Novella Church, Florence