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Agnes von Anhalt-Dessau by Christian Friedrich Reinhold Lisiewski, 1763; stomacher almost identical to Sophie's!

1763 Agnese Anhalt-Dessau, Baroness of Loen by Christian Friedrich Reinhold Lisiewski (location unknown to gogm)

Marie Josephe De Saxe by Liotard in 1751

Jean-Étienne Liotard, "Portret van Marie Josèphe van Saksen"pastel on vellum, 1749

Queen Charlotte of Great Britain and Ireland  Queen Charlotte’s possible ancestry remains a hotly debated topic in Art History ... Charlotte, North Carolina in the United States is named after Queen Charlotte.

"Queen Charlotte with her two Eldest Sons" by Allan Ramsay in the Royal Collection. The Queen holds Prince Frederick, later Duke of York; at her knee stands Prince George, Prince of Wales, with a bow and behind him a drum.

1750s - Hon Mrs Boyle by Joseph Wright of Derby

Hon Mrs Boyle by Joseph Wright of Derby (Auckland Art Gallery - Auckland, New Zealand)

'Vier Jahreszeiten - Sommer' (four seasons - Allegory of Summer " by Johann Christian Fiedler (1697 - 1765). State Museum of Hesse, Darmstadt, Germany

'Vier Jahreszeiten - Sommer' (four seasons - Allegory of Summer " by Johann Christian Fiedler - State Museum of Hesse, Darmstadt, Germany

ca. 1780 Maria Teresa of Savoy, countess of Artois by an unknown artist

1780 Maria Teresa of Savoy, countess of Artois by an unknown artist. She was a sister-in-law of Marie Antoinette's.

Kurfürstin Maria Antonia von Sachsen, geborene Prinzessin von Bayern (* 18. Juli 1724 in München; † 23. April 1780 in Dresden)

1763 Maria Antonia Walpurgis of Bavaria by Anton Graff or his workshop (private collection)

▴ Artistic Accessories ▴ clothes, jewelry, hats in art - George Knapton | Portrait of Lucy Ebberton, 1745-50

George Knapton _ Lucy Ebberton, © By permission of the trustees of Dulwich Picture Gallery, London Courtesy of Art Knowledge News.

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