Le roi et la royne de Navarre, la reine-mère, extrait de la tapisserie des Valois in English Margot Valois and Henry Bourbon King and Queen of Navarre and France, and Catherine De Medici Henri II's widow
16th century (ca. 1520) France New York, Morgan Library & Museum M. 948: Roman de la Rose , 58r http://romandelarose.org/#book;Morgan948
Charles IX and the French Court on the Morning of Saint Bartholomew's Massacre. Highly fictionalized 19th century painting - no cardinal were in town except for the Cardinal de Bourbon who married Marguerite and his nephew Henri IV. The others were gone to ome to elect a new pope.
The petticoat skirts themselves, however, were almost universally red…particularly the petticoats worn by the poor and the merchant classes. Description from elizabethancostume.net. I searched for this on bing.com/images
The 41 Most Memorable Model Weddings On and Off the Pages of
Fiona Campbell-Walter and Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza, 1956Of note: The couple is rumored to have had a twelve-hour engagement.
1572 Margauerite de Valois by Francois Clouet(?) (Istituto Geografico De Agostini?)
poboh: The Peasant Dance (detail), 1567, Pieter Bruegel the Elder. Flemish Northern Renaissance Painter (ca 1525 - 1569)
Marguerite de Valois Google Image Result for http://storage.canalblog.com/66/17/291893/41860996_p.jpg