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Central European School, 18th Century  Portrait of a lady, half length, wearing a blue dress

Central European School, Century , Portrait of a lady, half length, wearing a blue dress

Portrait of a child, 18th century

Portrait of a child, century, Rene Tiercelin This is a prime example of a child being dressed in replica adult clothing painted as though an adult.

Bildnis der Gräfin Juliane Wilhelmine von Bose, geb. Gräfin zu Putbus, als Pilgerin mit Zinnteller by Christian Friedrich Reinhold Lisiewski, 1753

Portrait of Juliane Wilhelmine von Bose by Christian Friedrich Reinhold Lisiewski, 1753

Actress Margaret "Peg" Woffington, by Nathaniel Hone c 1760. Her famous lovers included fellow-actor David Garrick, who's over on the Hot Heroic Inspiration board: http://pinterest.com/pin/199706564696564932/

Nathaniel Hone-Margaret "Peg" Woffington October 1720 – 28 March was a well-known Irish actress in Georgian London.

Portrait of a noblewoman, 1770, François-Bruno Deshays de Colleville.

Portrait of a noblewoman, 1770 François-Bruno Deshays de Colleville.

Anton Raphael Mengs

Portrait of Dorothea Sophia Thiele, born Schumann by Anton Raphael Mengs, 1744 quite a high neckline for the day

Digitalt Museum - Tavla, 1757, Nordiska Museet, NM.0236500

Digitalt Museum - Tavla, 1757, Nordiska Museet, NM.0236500

ab. 1755 Pietro Rotari - Portrait of Marie Kunigunde of Saxony, Abbess of Thorn and Essen, daughter of Augustus III of Poland

1755 Marie Kunigunde of Saxony, Abbess of Thorn and Essen by Pietro Antonio Rotari (Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden Germany) Knotting (tatting) shuttle and bag!

Portrait of Anne Angélique Marie Emilie de Sérent de Kerfilis and Anne-Félicité Simone de Sérent by Antoine Vestier,1788

Miniature portrait of Marie Émilie de Serent by Antoine Vestier Notice the pinked edging on the sleeves.

treasure for your pleasure: marie antoinette — A portrait of Mademoiselle Sallé by Maurice...

Maurice Quentin de la Tour: Portrait of Mademoiselle Sallé English: exhibited at the Salon of 1741 and 1742 Medium pastel on paper Dimensions × cm × in) Current location Museu Calouste Gulbenkian

Two Nerdy History Girls: The Enticing (and Mysterious) Mrs. Faber, c. 1750

John Faber, by Thomas Hudson Wife of engraver John Faber Jr. who died She then went on to marry a lawyer named Smith (according to Walpole)

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