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Ippolita Sforza

Ippolita Sforza as Saint Catherine of Alexandria


 

Ippolita Sforza


 

Ippolita Sforza


 

The engagement of Ippolita Sforza (depicted five times on the left side) and Alessandro Bentivoglio (fourth person from the right), is shown as the engagement of Saint Cecilia and Saint Valerian [large image]


 

Ippolita Sforza with the cross of her parental House, the Visconti-Sforza


 

Ippolita Sforza with her two sons as Saint Mary with the Child Jesus Christ and little Saint John the Baptist


 

Ippolita Sforza as the Virgin with probably her three eldest children, her daughter Ginevra (left), her son Sforza (right) and her son Giovanni (as the Child Jesus Christ)


 

Ippolita Sforza


 

Ippolita Sforza


 

Ippolita Sforza


 

Ippolita Sforza


 

Ippolita Sforza as the Virgin with Child and her husband Alessandro Bentivoglio (right) as Saint Francis of Assisi and her brother-in-law Antongaleazzo Bentivoglio (left) as Saint Jerome


 

Ippolita Sforza as the Virgin with Child and her uncle Lodovico il Moro Sforza (right) as Saint Anthony the Abbot


 

Ippolita Sforza as the Virgin with Child


 

Ippolita Sforza as the mythological female ancestor of her dynasty, the Roman Goddess Venus


 

Ippolita Sforza as the Virgin (detail)


 

Ippolita Sforza as the Virgin with probably her three eldest children, her daughter Ginevra (left), her son Sforza (right) and her son Giovanni (as the Child Jesus Christ) (detail)


 

Ippolita Sforza, depicted three times


 

Ippolita Sforza as the Virgin with her husband Alessandro Bentivoglio (second person on the left) and her brother-in-law Antongaleazzo Bentivoglio (second person on the right) and her children Sforza (left) and Ginevra (right)


 

Ippolita Sforza as the Virgin with Child


 

Ippolita Sforza as the Virgin with Child


 

Ippolita Sforza


 

Ippolita Sforza (one of the best portraits of her!)


 

Ippolita Sforza


 

Ippolita Sforza (the best portrait of her - that's what she really looked like!)