- OPUS INCERTUM - : LA SAYA DE MUJER (III) en el siglo XV e inicios del XVI. Pedro García de Benabarre.
The braided conformed to fashion hairstyle: between 1470-80 rippled hair covering only the ears and freeing the cheeks, so the top of the cap is perfectly adjusted to the head and sleeve begins in the same neck. H. 1470-1480. The Feast of Herod, Pedro García de Benabarre, Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Barcelona (detail)
Spain 14th century
Flagellation of Christ, c 1480, detail. This appears to show joined hosen suspended from a shaped belt, rather than a doublet.
detail of the Camisa and Habito on the bride in the painting "Marriage at Cana" by the Masters of the Catholic Kings in the National Museum of Art, Washington DC. Note the rolled pleating at the neckline.
1490 Fresco from the Picccolomini Library in Sienna depicting the marriage of a Portugese princess, Eleaonra to the Holy Roman Emperor, Frederick III. She and all her ladies wear Sayas and Mantos as well as Coffias de Tranzado
- OPUS INCERTUM - SAYA, GONELA (II) de Mujer hasta el siglo XIV Retablo de la Virgen y San Jorge, Luis Borrassá, 1400, Iglesia de San Francisco,
1490-1500. Nacimiento de la Virgen de Pedro Berruguete birth of the Virgin
- OPUS INCERTUM -: COFIA DE TRANZADO o simplemente tranzado (2b)
That's what I look like when pulling my overdress off. I think this is a kirtle rather than a chemise revealed, but the fabric is really beautiful! A woman undressing before entering the fountain of youth. From a fresco, circa 1411, in the great hall of the Castello di Manta.