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A YOUNG WOMAN WEARING A RICHLY EMBROIDERED FLEUR DE LIS PATTERN DRESS, POSSIBLY A PORTRAIT OF MARIA DE MEDICI, FUTURE QUEEN CONSORT OF FRANCE  Circle Frans Pourbus the Younger

A YOUNG WOMAN WEARING A RICHLY EMBROIDERED FLEUR DE LIS PATTERN DRESS, POSSIBLY A PORTRAIT OF MARIA DE MEDICI, FUTURE QUEEN CONSORT OF FRANCE Circle Frans Pourbus the Younger

Portrait of Lady Arabella Stuart, .1605-1610 by Marcus Gheeraerts the younger (1561-1635)

Portrait of Lady Arabella Stuart, .1605-1610 by Marcus Gheeraerts the younger (1561-1635)

GICLEE PRINT Abstract Angel Painting White Grey Gold Guardian Angel Canvas Print Spiritual Wall Art - Christine Krainock Art - Contemporary Art by Christine - 1

GICLEE PRINT Abstract Angel Painting White Grey Gold Guardian Angel Canvas Print Spiritual Wall Art - Christine Krainock Art - Contemporary Art by Christine - 1

"Portrait of Empress Elizabeth Petrovna (1709–1762)." (Charles-André van Loo, 1760, oil on canvas). In the collection of the State Peterhof Museum, St. Petersburg. Daughter of Peter the Great, among Prussian King Frederick II’s most deadly enemies. Absent her sudden death (the “miracle of the House of Brandenburg”) allies Austria and Russia would have destroyed Prussia (for which the late Seven Years War eerily resembled the German situation of 1945). But Elizabeth died, and Russia left the…

"Portrait of Empress Elizabeth Petrovna (1709–1762)." (Charles-André van Loo, 1760, oil on canvas). In the collection of the State Peterhof Museum, St. Petersburg. Daughter of Peter the Great, among Prussian King Frederick II’s most deadly enemies. Absent her sudden death (the “miracle of the House of Brandenburg”) allies Austria and Russia would have destroyed Prussia (for which the late Seven Years War eerily resembled the German situation of 1945). But Elizabeth died, and Russia left the…

1613 Frances Marbury and her Daughter, Ghaerharts. The daughter of John Arderne, of Penarlag, Flintshire, Wales, the sitter married Thomas Marbury, of Marbury, Cheshire.  The elaborate cutwork and lace on the collar and cuffs of the sitter's costume are similar to a handkerchief in the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, while the spectacular cap is similar to one worn by Elizabeth, Lady Carey of c. 1620 (The Suffolk Collection, English Heritage). (Info from Christies)

1613 Frances Marbury and her Daughter, Ghaerharts. The daughter of John Arderne, of Penarlag, Flintshire, Wales, the sitter married Thomas Marbury, of Marbury, Cheshire. The elaborate cutwork and lace on the collar and cuffs of the sitter's costume are similar to a handkerchief in the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, while the spectacular cap is similar to one worn by Elizabeth, Lady Carey of c. 1620 (The Suffolk Collection, English Heritage). (Info from Christies)

A Lady in Red, 1620 by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger (Flemish/English, 1562–1635)

A Lady in Red, 1620 by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger (Flemish/English, 1562–1635)

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