Portrait of the Infanta Maria Theresa of Spain 1653 by Diego Velasquez. She wears the cartwheel farthingale, which, in Spain, was adapted late and retained it long after it had disappeared elsewhere. The Infanta's hairstyle is also typical of the Spanish court, 1653.
Queen Maria Theresa of France and her son the Dauphin, by Charles Beaubrun, c. 1663-66. Her husband, Louis XIV was her double 1st cousin. Her mother Elizabeth was Louis's sister, and her father, Philip IV of Spain was the brother of Louis's mother, Anne of Austria. Only one of her children survived her, Louis, the Grand Dauphin, but one of her grandsons became Philip V of Spain.