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16th Century Art Artsy
    A general category for any artwork produced between 1500 and 1599. European art of the 16th century was marked by the spread of Renaissance culture and ideas from Italy through the rest of the continent, resulting in a number of new styles. The High Renaissance(roughly the first two decades of the 16th century) and Mannerism are the movements most often associated with this period.

Tapestry - 16th century Britannica
    The major textile art in medieval England was embroidery.When woven tapestries were needed, they were imported from Flanders. Although occasional references to Arras weavers in England date from the 13th century and a few indigenous armorial tapestries have survived from the 15th century, it was only after the middle of the 16th century that the English organized tapestry works.

Art market - The 16th century Britannica
    During the 16th century, dealers and agents emerged as specialized art professionals. This is reflected in the appearance of the first portraits of collectors, beginning with Lorenzo Lotto ’s Andrea Odoni of 1527 and culminating with Titian ’s splendid Jacopo Strada of 1568.

    Hilliard and Oliver: 16th - 17th century The first important English painter, Nicholas Hilliard, is born in 1547, four years after Holbein's death in London. When he writes his Treatise Concerning the Arte of Limning, late in life, he says that his model in painting miniatures was always Holbein.

Category:16th-century painters - Wikipedia
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Patronage art Britannica
    Other articles where Patronage is discussed: Western architecture: England: During the 16th century the patron played a much greater role in the development of English Renaissance architecture than did the architect; there were almost no professional architects who were trained as the Italians were in the theory of design and building. Most of the building was executed by mason…

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