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The Lady with the Veil (The Artist's Wife), by Alexander Roslin, 1768. Nationalmuseum, Stockholm

The Lady with the Veil (The Artist's Wife), by Alexander Roslin, 1768. Nationalmuseum, Stockholm

antonioedsoncadengue: “ history-of-fashion: “ 18th c Sir Nathaniel Dance-Holland - Portrait of Miss Hill ” Please follow me: http://antonioedsoncadengue.tumblr.com/archive ”

antonioedsoncadengue: “ history-of-fashion: “ 18th c Sir Nathaniel Dance-Holland - Portrait of Miss Hill ” Please follow me: http://antonioedsoncadengue.tumblr.com/archive ”

After Alexander Roslin (1718-1793) <br />Portrait of Countess Ekaterina Andreevna Chernysheva <br />with signature 'A. Roslin.' (on the reverse); with Russian inscription 'Portrait of Countess Katerina Andreevna Chernyshev' (on the reverse)<br />oil on canvas <br />25 1/8 x 21 1/8 in. (63.7 x 53.5 cm.) <br />

After Alexander Roslin (1718-1793) <br />Portrait of Countess Ekaterina Andreevna Chernysheva <br />with signature 'A. Roslin.' (on the reverse); with Russian inscription 'Portrait of Countess Katerina Andreevna Chernyshev' (on the reverse)<br />oil on canvas <br />25 1/8 x 21 1/8 in. (63.7 x 53.5 cm.) <br />

A rare portrait of a woman who we know was a natural redhead. This is doubly interesting, because it's one of the only portraits I've seen with a WOMAN showing hair powder on her shoulders. John Hoppner, R.A. | PORTRAIT OF EMILIA CHARLOTTE LENNOX (D. 1832) | Sotheby's

A rare portrait of a woman who we know was a natural redhead. This is doubly interesting, because it's one of the only portraits I've seen with a WOMAN showing hair powder on her shoulders. John Hoppner, R.A. | PORTRAIT OF EMILIA CHARLOTTE LENNOX (D. 1832) | Sotheby's

Helene Sedlmayr (1813–1898), portrait by Joseph Karl Stieler, 1831 -- [from] 36 Porträtmalereien von Münchner Schönheiten der Schönheitengalerie König Ludwigs I. in Schloss Nymphenburg

Helene Sedlmayr (1813–1898), portrait by Joseph Karl Stieler, 1831 -- [from] 36 Porträtmalereien von Münchner Schönheiten der Schönheitengalerie König Ludwigs I. in Schloss Nymphenburg

Jean-Etienne Liotard (1702-1789) Hollands meisje aan het ontbijt, ca 1756-57, in 2016 door Rijksmuseum verworven.

Jean-Etienne Liotard (1702-1789) Hollands meisje aan het ontbijt, ca 1756-57, in 2016 door Rijksmuseum verworven.

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