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Jacoba van Wessem (1801-56), wife of Mr. Stumphius, Mayor of Beverwijk, Dirk Orientals Keeps, about 1820 - about 1830

Sir Thomas Lawrence P.R.A, (1769-1830), English Allegorical Portrait of Louisa, Countess of Sandwich, as “Hope”, 18th century

Portrait of a Lady with an Ostrich Plume Hat by Joseph Clover (1779-1853), date not given (ca late 1810’s?), Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery

The Love Letter (1875). Pio Ricci (Italian, Academic, Classical, 1850-1919). Oil on canvas. The heroines of Riccis elegant paintings are often beautiful women wearing luxurious, silky fabrics. The Love Letter is a fine example of this artists ability to use the canvas to express suspense and emotion.

princess-galitzine, 1797 Beautiful gown!

Vigée Le Brun's Russian Portraits

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Villers

Carl Ludwig Jessen (German, 1833-1917) - The young maid

Madame Francois Tronchin (1713-1788) 1758, by Jean-Etienne Liotard (Swiss-French artist, 1702-1789)

It's About Time: 08/07/12

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Portrait of a young woman, possibly Hannah, the artist's maid, holding a tea tray, Philip Mercier (c.1689-1760)

Auguste de Beauharnais, Herzogin von Leuchtenberg und Fürstin zu Eichstätt, geborene Prinzessin von Bayern. Tochter von König Maximilian I. Joseph und seiner ersten Frau Prinzessin Auguste Wilhelmine von Hessen-Darmstadt (1788-1851)

The Bath - Alfred Stevens 1867

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John Singer Sargent 1904

John Singer Sargent's Millicent, Duchess of Sutherland

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ca. 1810 Anne Frances Boscawen, née Bankes (1789–1864), Countess of Falmouth by Sir Thomas Lawrence (National Trust, Kingston Lacy - Wimborn...

William Oliver (1823 - 1901) - Portrait of a lady reading a book

Portrait of madam duvelleroy, louise abbema

Portrait of Madame de Genlis by Labille-Guiard Adelaide, 1780

Mrs John Ashton by Joseph Wright of Derby, circa 1769 to 1771

Fitzwilliam Museum - OPAC Record

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Mrs Andrew Sigoumey by Gilbert Stuart, 1820