Elegance of the Middle Ages, Splendour of the Renaissance

One of the first exhibitions of reconstructed attires, organized by the Foundation, presenting the fashion from 14th to the end of 16th century. Shown numerous times in museums in Poland and Slovakia.

Reconstruction of a women's clothing, 1st half of 16th c., Spain, based on a portrait of Empress Isabella of Portugal by Titian, 1548, Madrid, Prado MuseumReconstruction of a women's clothing, 1st half of 16th c., Spain, based on a portrait of Empress Isabella of Portugal by Titian, 1548, Madrid, Prado Museum
Reconstruction of a women's attire, 2nd half of 16th c., Spain, based on a portrait of Anna of Austria - daughter of Maximilian II, wife of Philip II by Juan Pantoja de la Cruz, Collections of Nelahozeves, Czech Republic.Reconstruction of a women's attire, 2nd half of 16th c., Spain, based on a portrait of Anna of Austria - daughter of Maximilian II, wife of Philip II by Juan Pantoja de la Cruz, Collections of Nelahozeves, Czech Republic.
Reconstruction of a women's attire, 1st half of 16th c., Germany, based on a Mary Magdalene depiction by Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1525, Wallraf-Richardtz Museum.Reconstruction of a women's attire, 1st half of 16th c., Germany, based on a Mary Magdalene depiction by Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1525, Wallraf-Richardtz Museum.
Reconstruction of men's attire, 2nd half of 15th c., Italy, based on a fresco in Camera degli Sposi A. Montegna, c. 1466-1474, Mantua, Palazzo Ducale.Reconstruction of men's attire, 2nd half of 15th c., Italy, based on a fresco in Camera degli Sposi A. Montegna, c. 1466-1474, Mantua, Palazzo Ducale.
Reconstruction of a men's and women's attires, end of 15th c., Flandria, based on a miniature from the Roman de la Rose by Master from Engelbert, Nassau, c. 1490-1500, London, British Library.Reconstruction of a men's and women's attires, end of 15th c., Flandria, based on a miniature from the Roman de la Rose by Master from Engelbert, Nassau, c. 1490-1500, London, British Library.
Reconstruction of a men's attire, 1st half of 16th c., Italy, based on a depiction of a papal guard from the fresco Mass of Bolsena by Rafael, Vatican Palace.Reconstruction of a men's attire, 1st half of 16th c., Italy, based on a depiction of a papal guard from the fresco Mass of Bolsena by Rafael, Vatican Palace.