Barbara von Erlach (nee de Praroman of Freiburg) with daughters modeled (see image to the very bottom right, from the Spiez Shilling). Barbara was the wife of Altschultheiss Rudolf von Erlach, the patron of the Berner Schilling.
From Roman de la Rose pixels Love the blue Kirtle, and hood, along with the detail visible on the belt. Not sure if I can convince mick to go for the short cote though!
Man seated at table - Petrus de Crescentiis, translation attributed to Jean Corbechon - Title: Ruralia commoda in French translation (Rustican des ruraulx prouffiz du labour des champs) - Bruges, ca. - Royal 14 E VI f.
Jaquerio - La fontana della vita - dettaglio 1418-30
Agnolo di Domenico del Mazziere or Donnino di Domenico del Mazziere –…
‘Pruning vines in March’ (circa Full page miniature from a Book of Hours. Image and text courtesy NYPL Digital Gallery
Artist: Giacomo Jaquerio From: Abbazia di Sant'Antonio di Ranverso, Buttigliera Alta, Italy Dating: Men's undies, stockings or boot liners held up with toggle and loop.
Labors of the Months, The Tres Riches Heures du Duc Berry (Book of Hours) ca, - background is Château de Saumur. Detail Havesting the Grain
Artist: Jean Bourdichon b. 1521 Tours, France Title: The Four Social Conditions- Work Date of painting: 1510 (from “The history of woodworking tools” by W. L Goodman) ( a joiners tool set )
Figure in red: draped turban hat. Woman in tree: flat-topped hennin.