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  • David T. Howard

    Mrs. Caroline Webster Schermerhorn Astor, 1890. Painted by Charles Emile Auguste Carolus Duran. Those are a lot of names.....

  • Donani

    Caroline Webster Schermerhorn, 1890 (Charles-Émile-Auguste Carolus-Duran) (1837-1917) The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, 49.4

  • Cindy Wright Lyons

    Mrs. William Astor, "The" Mrs. Astor of NYC's Gilded Age (Caroline Webster Schermerhorn, 1831–1908). Painted by: Charles-Émile-Auguste Carolus-Duran (French, Lille 1838–1917 Paris) Date: 1890 Medium: Oil on canvas Dimensions: 83 1/2 x 42 1/4 in. (212.1 x 107.3 cm) Classification: Paintings Credit Line: Gift of R. Thornton Wilson and Orme Wilson, 1949 Accession Number: 49.4

  • Nancy Alfstad

    Mrs. Caroline Astor, Queen of the Fashionable Society of the Gilded Age of New York

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+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ African American Mother and her beautiful little family. I adore this portrait - it's one of my favourites!

Elizabeth I., circa late 1590s. Possibly one of the portraits done for distribution, with Her Majesty's approval. So popular and in demand were her portraits, Elizabeth permitted mass production of her image, for the people.

Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire, 1787, Gainsborough. The leader of fashionable English society, one of the first ladies to move from the excess of rococo to the simple chemise dresses of the early regency.

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