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Archduchess Maria Clementina of Austria, daughter of HRE Francis II and his wife Maria Amalia. Younger sister of Marie Louise, Empress of France, Ferdinand I of Austria, and Maria Leopoldina, Empress of Brazil. Older sister of Marie Caroline, Crown Princess of Saxony, Archduke Franz Karl of Austria, and Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria. Married to her mother's younger brother, Prince Leopoldo of the Two Sicilies,Prince of Salerno, youngest son of King Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies.

C.Vernet, Portrait of Countess Maria Ivanovna de Traversay, 1819

1800s - Elisa Bonaparte by ?

Portrait of Miss Murray, by John Russell

Portrait presume de Rosalie Bersonnet by Jean Francois Bosio

Therese Tallien in 1797/1798. Known for her diplomacy in securing the release of many French prisoners. Also for her short hair which she kept after her imprisonment and for her many wigs and new fashions.

Lady William Grimaldi - 1807

History of fashion in art & photo

Lady Caroline Lamb, Lord Byron's lover, and niece of Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire.

Unknown Lady of the Sotheby or Isted Families, miniature by Richard Cosway. Watercolor on ivory (1795)

Costume Parisien, 1808

"Baroness Thomasine Christine Gyllembourg-Ehrensvärd (9 November 1773 – 2 July 1856) was a Danish author, born in Copenhagen. Her maiden name was Buntzen." | -- Wikipedia | painting by Jens Juel, ca. 1790, Frederiksborgmuseet, Hillerød, Denmark

Portrait of Aniela Radziwiłł by (missing artist), 1790’s-1800’s Poland, Nieborów Palace

1812 - Vintage Victorian HAIRSTYLES: Hair was piled on the head styles imitating those seen on Greek and Roman sculptures. Hair was usually wavy or curled a bun or fancy braid at the back of the head usually small ringlets at the forehead

Hair Style Fashion 1801... Hairstyles, Head-dresses & Jewelry 1801 JEWELRY: Simple pearl or bead necklaces cameos classical style earrings finish the ensemble Bandeaus in the hair or on the forehead Tiaras in neo-Classical styles Jewels with neo-classical motifs and designs were very fashionable

Paul Sandby, 1740-70, A lady and her hairdresser, British Museum, Nn,6.28.

Grand Duchess Ekaterina Pavlovna

ab. 1825 Henry Inman - Portrait of a Lady

Miniature portrait of Josephine Bonaparte by Isabey

Portrait de Lady Caroline Lamb. Bone

Woman's wig mid 18th century | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Miniature portrait of Henrietta Molesworth by Hugh Douglas Hamilton (1780s)