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Asyra from Second WIP

"A Fashionably Dressed Young Woman in the Arcade of the Palais Royal, Paris" -- 1787 -- Michel Garnier -- French -- Oil on canvas -- Los Angeles County Museum of Art

PROVENÇAL SCHOOL, 18TH CENTURY ; PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY WITH A FAN ; OIL ON CANVAS:

Women in Art History . Portrait of a young woman with a fan, century, Ecole Provençale

British School 18th century ‘Mrs Cadoux’, c.1770

A beautiful portrait titled "Mrs Cadoux" but the author isn't listed. This is Elizabeth's Aunt Tess, though a few years younger than she is in the series.

Marie Thérèse Charlotte de France, the first daughter of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, was born December 19th, in 1778.

Marie Thérèse Charlotte de France, the first daughter of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, was born December in *Little Miss Indepenent* :)

Princess Louise of Orange-Nassau

Johann Friedrich August Tischbein (German, Frédérique Louise Wilhelmine, Princesse d’Orange-Nassau,

1783 - Marie Antoinette and her children often reside at Petit Trianon, Versailles’ “nature retreat,” only occasionally inviting the king.  Around this time, Marie Antoinette is rumored to have a romantic relationship with the Swedish diplomat and French army officer, Count Axel von Fersen. Meanwhile, on the birth of his son, Louis Josef, Louis XVI wrote, "Madame, you have fulfilled our wishes and those of France, you are the mother of Dauphin."

Details from the portrait of Marie Antoinette and her two eldest children, Marie Therese Charlotte and Louis Joseph, by Adolf Ulrik Wertmuller.

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Princess Dagmar of Denmark, later Empress "Maria Feodorovna " of Russia", mother of Tsar Nicholas II. She married Tsar Alexander III of Imperial Russia.

Rose Adelaide Ducreux, 18th century French painter and harpist, self portrait with her pedal harp

Self-portrait with a Harp Rose-Adélaïde Ducreux (French, Oil on canvas. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Ducreux exhibited this self-portrait at the 1791 Salon. She depicts herself.

Portrait of the Honorable Mrs Ernst Guiness - Frank Dicksee

Sir Francis Bernard Dicksee - Portrait of the Hon. Mrs Ernest Guinness, standing, full-length, wearing an emerald dress and feather

Self portrait with two pupils, 1785.  French painter Adélaïde Labille-Guiard on Wikipedia.

Adélaïde Labille-Guiard, Self-portrait with two pupils, Metropolitan Museum of Art, the two pupils are Marie-Gabrielle Capet and Carreaux de Rosemond. The pupils are Marie-Gabrielle Capet and Carreaux de Rosemond.

MA~ the paris apartment

MA~ the paris apartment

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