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Portrait of a Lady in Blue Dress Sir Peter Lely - Date unknown

LELY, Sir Peter Portrait of a Lady in Blue Dress - Oil on canvas, 120 x 100 cm Private collection

It's About Time:The Cheeke Sisters by Anthony van Dyck (1599-1641)

Essex Countess of Manchester and Anne Lady Rich (d. before by Sir Anthonis van Dyck (private collection)

'Portrait of Anne de Rohan-Chabot, Princesse de Soubise' (1648-1709). Painter unknown. via Grand Ladies

Anne de Rohan-Chabot, Princesse de Soubise mistress to Louis XIV

Portrait of a Lady

1659 Lady Catherine Dormer by John Michael Wright (private collection) replacement

1637 Lady Francis Buckhurst, Countess of Dorset, by Sir Anthony Van Dyke (Knole Mansion - Sevenoaks, Kent UK)  							  								Previous  								Next  								List

Portrait Of Lady Frances Cranfield Later Countess of Dorset by Sir Anthony van Dyck (Flemish,

Jeanne Parmentier by Bartholomeus van der Helst, 1656

1656 - Dress is called a "Tabbaard" as described by "de Merikel" Portrait of Jeanne Parmentier by Bartholomeus van der Helst "Jeanne", "Johanna" Born in Utrecht, The Netherlands Died January 1710 in Sweden Married Louys de Geer.

Portrait of a Woman -- Jan Mytens (Dutch, about 1614 - 1670) -- 1660s -- Oil on canvas -- 69.9 x 57.2 cm (27 1/2 x 22 1/2 in.)

Jan Mytens Dutch - Portrait of a Woman. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California (U.

"Elizabeth, Lady Wriothesley, later Countess of Northumberland, and later Countess of Montagu" by Sir Peter Lely

Elizabeth Wriothesley, Countess of Northumberland by Sir Peter Lely (auctioned…

Paulus Moreelse, “Ermgard Elisabeth van Dorth” (1624), oil on panel. Brantsen van de Zyp Stichting, Arnhem, the Netherlands, on loan to Geldersch Landschap & Kasteelen, Arnhem, the Netherlands, (Kasteel Rosendael, Rozendaal, The Netherlands) (courtesy, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

Paulus Moreelse - Ermgard Elisabeth van Dorth, Oil on panel

Louise de la Valliere as St. Helena by a follower of Abraham Janssens,c. 1660s

Louise de la Valliere as St Helena, 1660 (school of Abraham Janssens)