The Toilet of Venus by Peter Paul Rubens, 1613
Or nearly naked ones.
|Vanity by Francesco Furini|
Ribbons and feathers and flowers, but the ladies attending the old woman seems more made up than she is. The bared breast can probably be seen as another attempt to mimic youth.
|Vain Old Woman by Bernardo Strozzi, ca. 1625.|
A painting stuffed with symbolism, for example the skull the girl is resting her feet on for mortality and the monkey for vanity, the lady herself looks quite ordinary, if pretty. She has sensibly covered her clothes with a peignoir and the chaotic table with ribbons and boxes looks like it has been painted from life as well.
|Allegory of Vanity by Jan Miense Molenaer, 1633|
|Lady At Her Toilette, Utrecht School|
|Woman at her toilet, French school, early 17th century|
Undated, but the hairstyles suggest the early 17th century. The lady is very pale and a habit of painting herself with Ceruse doesn't seem far-fetched.
|Vanity- A Woman With A Mirror, Prague School, 17th century|
|Young Woman At Her Toilet by Rembrandt van Rijn|
|Lady at Her Toilette by Jacob Duck|
|Woman at her Toilet with Servant, from La Vue (sight), ca. 1635|