RMERFWKR–King Henri IV of France and wife Marie de' Medici by Rubens. 'The Consignment of the Regency,' part of Marie de'Medici cycle.
RMR8BKHG–'Cosimo De Medici', (1933). Creator: Unknown.
RMKF2FA3–The Regent Militant - The Victory at Jülich - The Marie de' Medici Cycle by Peter Paul Rubens, Belgium (widow of King Henry IV of France)
RMG24A0R–Cosimo I de Medici (1519-1574). Portrait by the Italian Mannerist painter Bronzino (Agnolo di Cosimo), (1503-1572). Detail. His hand holding a coin. Florentine School. 1537. Oil on canvas transferred form panel. The State Hermitage Museum. Saint Petersburg. Russia.
RMCT0PC7–Portrait of Giuliano de Medici Botticelli
RMDGXE2K–Cosimo I de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany - by Agnolo Bronzino
RMM8WN0B–Florence. Italy. Allegory of Fortitude, fresco detail, 1685, in the Galleria Riccardiana by Luca Giordano (1634-1705), Palazzo Medici Riccardi. Allego
RFBNBN6W–Pisa - statue of Cosimo I de' Medici and Palazzo dei Cavalieri
RMD4Y69C–Villa Medici, built 1544, Rome Italy. Centenary of French Academy in Rome (April 1903) Vintage Engraving or Illustration
RMA8EHK8–The duke of Medici Cosme I statue done by Giovanni di Bolonia Placed in Piazza della Signoria Florence Toscana Italy
RMCW6Y79–Lorenzo of Medici known as 'the Magnificent'
RMFBARWE–Giovanni di Cosimo de' Medici, 1421 – 1463. Italian banker and patron of arts.
RMDYEETP–Medici Vase 17th Century. Medicis vase for the form, and the Borghese vase for the Bacchic scene.
RMPD6NWH–Coat of arms of the House of Medici depicted on the base of the Monument to Giovanni delle Bande Nere (Lodovico de' Medici) by Italian Renaissance sculptor Bartolommeo Bandinelli (1540) in Piazza San Lorenzo in Florence, Tuscany, Italy.
RM2FM5RAX–Maria De' Medici Marriage with Henry IV of France
RMCC59R0–Tomb of Lorenzo de Medici, Day marble sculpture by Michelangelo Buonarroti, Medici Chapel, Sagrestia Nuovo, San Lorenzo Florence
RMBNF75N–Eleanor of Toledo and her son Giovanni de Medici by Agnolo Bronzino Circa 1550 1503-1572 Italy Florence Galleria degli Uffizi
RME0XEFG–Jul. 07, 1966 - New starle 16 year old. She is Mita Medici, daughter of Italian actors Franco Silva, and she was choosen by directors Spinola for his new film ''L'Estate'' (the summer), costarring E.M. Salerno and Nadja Tiller.
RFACH0TR–Bronze statue of Cosimo I de Medici in Piazza della Signoria Florence Italy
RMEY9P9A–Lily Pond And Medici House, Ilnacullin, Co Cork, Ireland
RFBJG9K5–This portrait of Giuliano de Medici was done by Sandro Botticelli (c. 1444-1510), Florentine artist of the Renaissance.
RMEAJ8F4–La Villa Médicis façade sur Jardin - Villa Medici façade Garden Claude Nattiez active in Rome 1641-1660 French Italian
RMC7E14E–Lorenzo de Medici, known the Magnificent (1449-1492). Portrait by Giorgio Vasari. Uffizi Gallery. Florence. Italy.
RMBCBX06–France, Paris, Jardin du Luxembourg, Medici Fountain
RMDE76YT–Portrait of Maria de' Medici (1540–1557), ca 1555. Artist: Allori, Alessandro (1535-1607)
RMHJBBHH–Florence. Italy. Statue of Cosimo de' Medici (1389-1464), Uffizi Gallery.
RMGBG48K–Skulptur/ Bueste: Cosimo de Medici, Berlin.
RMF2ME2P–Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Florence, Italy
RMENG80X–Medici coat of arms embroidered on a Processional Banner (Bandinella) - gift from Pope Leo X in 1515 to Florence
RMD55TD5–Villa Medici, Rome, Italy.
RMFHXNRP–Pope Leo X with his cardinal-cousin Giulio de' Medici (left, future Pope Clement VII)
RMDYF29X–Bianca de Médici by Agnolo di Cosimo Bronzino (1503 – 1572), Agnolo Bronzino was an Italian Mannerist painter from Florence.
RMKDX6PK–The tomb of Cosimo Medici held at the Medici Chapel in Florence,Italy.
RFPPRCXY–Medici family crest with balls with typical round frame
RMT2YNX4–Cosimo, Giovanni and Piero Medici. Procession of the Youngest King, west wall, Fresco cycle, The Procession of the Magi, Benozzo Gozzoli, circa 1459,
RMK6M3W2–Bologna palazzo Malvezi Medici xilografia
RM2EPJMBN–Sofonisba Anguissola (c. 1532-1625), Portrait of Eleonora de Medici, oil on canvas, 1560
RMG3PDK4–Sandro Botticelli - Giuliano de' Medici - National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
RMG16CRB–Luxembourg Gardens, the Medici fountains, Paris, France circa 1890-1900, Detroit Publishing Company. The Jardin du Luxembourg, or the Luxembourg Gardens, is the second largest public park in Paris. The park is the garden of the French Senate, which is its
RMMKNYKN–Portrait of Isabella de' Medici
RMR0NWHC–Italy Florence The exhumation on De' Medici Family
RMKWDJM8–COSINO I DE’ MEDICI, by Workshop of Bronzino, 1550–74, Italian Renaissance painting, oil on wood. Cosimo ascended to power when, the Duke of Florence, Alessandro de Medici, was assassinated in 1537. Central Italy was disrupted by regional and international war during most of his 34 years rule (BSLOC 2017 16 85)
RMMJ0691–King Henri IV of France with Marie de' Medici. Printed color lithograph of a Rubens painting
RME8F232–The Wedding by Proxy of Marie de' Medici to King Henry IV (The Marie de' Medici Cycle). Artist: Rubens, Pieter Paul (1577-1640)
RMFBJJPR–Florence. Italy. Fresco portraying Lorenzo the Magnificent (1469-1492) surrounded by artists, among them the young Michelangelo
RMKYR0H4–Portrait of Cosimo I de' Medici, circa 1560 - Alessandro Allori
RMENTA4G–Portrait of Lorenzo de Medici, Duke of Urbino Oil on canvas 25/10/2013 - Renaissance () Collection
RM2DH246R–La Trinité-des-Monts, seen from the Villa Medici, by Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot
RMTWG859–Jacopo Tintoretto, Head of Giuliano de' Medici, drawing, 1540-1549
RMMC6P09–King Charles IX of France and his mother, Catherine de Medici. Both had met Nostradamus, and both figured in a number of his prophetic quatrains.
RMG1DK9A–Illustrated map of Siena Medici.
RMJH1XRR–Portrait of a Man with the Medal of Cosimo de Medici the Elder, by Sandro Botticelli, circa 1475, Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Tuscany, Italy, Europe
RMC38FHA–Còsimo di Giovanni degli Mèdici, 1389 – 1464. First of the Medici political dynasty.
RM2HPTKPJ–Portrait of Piero de' Medici ('The Gouty') (1416-1469) by Agnolo Bronzino (1503-1572), oil on wood, 1550-70
RMF41NBB–Sandro Botticelli - Giuliano de' Medici
RMERHJXM–Marie de' Medici. Portrait of queen of France. The second wife of King Henry IV of France. Later she was the regent for her son
RMMKNXDY–The Garden of the Villa Medici
RMR0NW1E–Italy Florence The exhumation on De'Medici Family - Gian Gastone De’ Medici
RM2MCBBF5–CATHERINE de MEDICI (1519-1589) Florentine noblewoman
RMDTAKJW–Portrait of Bia de' Medici, 1542. Artist: Bronzino, Agnolo (1503-1572)
RMH627YC–Florence. Italy. Mythological Scene, fresco detail, 1685, by Luca Giordano (1634-1705), Palazzo Medici Riccardi.
RM2B29DPH–Marie de' Medici (1573-1642) as triumphal queen - Peter Paul Rubens, circa 1625
RMEBR1Y9–ActiveMuseum 0001915.jpg / Catherine de Medici, wife of King Henry II, Queen of France, circa 1570 26/09/2013 - / Renaissance Collection / Active Museum
RMDYYE28–Maria de Medici
RMRB6BKR–Anna de' Medici, wife of archduke Ferdinand Charles of Austria, Anna de' Medici (1616 – 1676)
RMT0ETB2–Peter Paul Rubens, Marie de Medici (1575-1642), Queen of France, portrait, 1622
RMMC6E9P–NOSTRADAMUS - CATHERINA DEI MEDICI Nineteenth-century Mezzotint engraving of the Portrait of Catherine de' Medici at the Age of Twenty-One, from Poggio a Caiano. Catherine was an ardent fan of Nostradamus, and commissioned him to cast the horoscopes of her children - the future rulers of France. During her progress through France, she called on Nostradamus at Salon, in Provence. He set out the bleak destinies of Catherine, and of her brood, in his collection of prophecies.
RMG1CTR5–A decorative wind rose in: Philosophi ac medici.... by Fabrizio Padovani; 1601
RMR8BKHF–'Lorenzo De Medici', (1933). Creator: Unknown.
RMF6RKHJ–Pope Clement VII, 1478 – 1534, born Giulio di Giuliano de' Medici.
RM2M70TC4–Lorenzo de' Medici. Portrait of Lorenzo the Magnificent (Lorenzo di Piero de' Medici: 1449-1492) by Giorgio Vasari, c. 1533/34
RMF5TPWT–Claudius Jacquand - Marie de Medici visiting Rubens
RMERHJXH–Catherine de' Medici. Portrait of the Queen of France. After an miniature by Jean Clouet circa 1570. Linked with French cuisine. April 13, 1519, Florence – January 5, 1589, Blois.
RMMKNAGK–Tomb of Lorenzo de Medici
RMR0NWR6–Italy Florence The exhumation on De’Medici Family - Gian Gastone De’ Medici
RMTRJAE1–Francesco de' Medici, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RM2B67A53–COSIMO de' MEDICI (1389-1464) Italian banker and politician
RMDE0HXN–'Marie de' Medici as Pallas Athena', 1622. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens
RMH627XN–Florence. Italy. The Apotheosis of the Medici Dynasty, 1685, Fresco by Luca Giordano (1634-1705), Palazzo Medici Riccardi.
RM2BWAYBA–The Villa Medici near Florence Italy 27 February 1922
RM2ARBC3R–LORENZO DE MEDICI
RMEBR2T3–ActiveMuseum 0003141.jpg / Marie de Medici, Queen of France, 1617 - Frans Pourbus the Younger 18/09/2013 - / 17th century Collection / Active Museum
RMDYYE27–Maria de Medici
RMM9HJD2–Emílio Garrastazu Médici, (1905 – 1985), Brazilian military leader and politician who was President of Brazil from 1969 to 1974.
RM2R555N8–Eleonora of Toledo and Her Son Giovanni de' Medici, portrait painting by Agnolo Bronzino, 1545-1550
RMMC6E9K–NOSTRADAMUS - HENRI II OF FRANCE AND CATHERINA DEI MEDICI Nineteenth-century Mezzotint engraving of the Portrait of Henri II and his wife, Catherine de' Medici. The original is in the Pitti Palace. Nostradamus famously prophecied the death of Henri in a duel: two or three years earlier, Nostradamus had dedicated to Henri his famous collection of Prophecies. Catherine was an ardent fan of Nostradamus, and commissioned him to cast the horoscopes of her children - the future rulers of France. During her progress through France, she called on Nostradamus at Salon, in Provence. He set out the
RMG1CTYP–A decorative wind rose in 'Philosophi ac medici....' by Fabrizio Padovani, 1601.
RMW2DRJT–'Cosmo De' Medici', 1890. Creator: Unknown.
RMBF7WJW–Catherine de' Medici, 1519 to 1589, with her son Charles IX of France, 1550 to 1574.
RM2P69P6C–Portrait of Isabella de Medici (1542-1576) attributed to Agnolo Bronzino (1503-1572), oil on wood, c. 1552-53
RMF5TPWM–Peter Paul Rubens - Queen Marie de Medici Fleeing Blois Castle the Night of February 21 1619
RME0WB01–Giovanni Leone, Giulio Andreotti, Giuseppe Medici
RMMKNAGM–Lorenzo de Medici Tomb
RMR0NTD0–Italy Florence The exhumation on De’ Medici Family -Gian Gastone De’ Medici
RMTRJAEA–Francesco de' Medici, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMT1XEGX–COSIMO di MEDICI(1389-1464) Italian banker and politician
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