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Lucrezia Borgia 1480 - 1519 (39)  Daughter of Pope Alessandro (Borgia) and his mistress Vannozza (Giovanna) dei Cattani (b1442)  Wife of Giovanni Sforza and later Alfonso d'Este Towards whom history has been unjustly harsh and salacious.

Lucrezia Borgia 1480 - 1519 (39) Daughter of Pope Alessandro (Borgia) and his mistress Vannozza (Giovanna) dei Cattani (b1442) Wife of Giovanni Sforza and later Alfonso d'Este Towards whom history has been unjustly harsh and salacious.

Lucrezia Borgia, painted by Dante Gabriel Rossetti 1860-1. I believe the model to be Fanny Cornforth. According to the Tate, Rossetti repainted her face several years after completing the painting.

Lucrezia Borgia, painted by Dante Gabriel Rossetti 1860-1. I believe the model to be Fanny Cornforth. According to the Tate, Rossetti repainted her face several years after completing the painting.

A painting of Lucrezia Borgia by Dosso Dossi (possible Borgia, actually named A Youth). This painter was versatile and his work was mostly Allegory and Myth.  His portraits show a rare insight into the sitter.  Matched with other painters of his day, he was a true master talent.  His landscape backgrounds are much more fully developed than even Leonardo or Raphael.

A painting of Lucrezia Borgia by Dosso Dossi (possible Borgia, actually named A Youth). This painter was versatile and his work was mostly Allegory and Myth. His portraits show a rare insight into the sitter. Matched with other painters of his day, he was a true master talent. His landscape backgrounds are much more fully developed than even Leonardo or Raphael.

Opening paintings from the TV show “The Borgia’s”

Opening paintings from the TV show “The Borgia’s”

Titian's Alexander presents Jacopo Pesaro to Saint Peter. The figure in this painting is sometimes incorrectly identified as Giovanni Sforza, Lucrezia Borgia's first husband and Lord of Pesaro.

Titian's Alexander presents Jacopo Pesaro to Saint Peter. The figure in this painting is sometimes incorrectly identified as Giovanni Sforza, Lucrezia Borgia's first husband and Lord of Pesaro.

Ceasar Borgia, believed by some to be Michelangelo's inspiration for his famous "Jesus" painting, seen here in a murderous crusade against followers of Islam.

Ceasar Borgia, believed by some to be Michelangelo's inspiration for his famous "Jesus" painting, seen here in a murderous crusade against followers of Islam.

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