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Louis Michel van Loo. Detail from Portrait of Isabel de Farnesio, 1739.

Louis Michel van Loo. Detail from Portrait of Isabel de Farnesio, 1739.

Louis-Michel van Loo, Portrait of Louise Elisabeth of France, Duchess of Parma, 1745, Oil on canvas,142 x 112 cm (Prado)

Louis-Michel van Loo, Portrait of Louise Elisabeth of France, Duchess of Parma, 1745, Oil on canvas,142 x 112 cm (Prado)

Marie-Therese-Raphaelle da Espanha por Louis-Michel van Loo (Versailles) Foto - Daniel Arnaudet

Marie-Therese-Raphaelle da Espanha por Louis-Michel van Loo (Versailles) Foto - Daniel Arnaudet

Marie Leczinska, Queen of France1740TOCQUÉ, LouisOil on canvas, 277 x 191 cmMusйe du Louvre, Paris

Marie Leczinska, Queen of France1740TOCQUÉ, LouisOil on canvas, 277 x 191 cmMusйe du Louvre, Paris

The Banyan, domestic attire for the upper class man, V Museum website. Portrait of an unknown man, Carle Van Loo, France, about 1730-40, oil on canvas, 145 x 109 cm. Château de Versailles. Inv. no. MV 4484, © Réunion des musées nationaux, Paris

The Banyan, domestic attire for the upper class man, V Museum website. Portrait of an unknown man, Carle Van Loo, France, about 1730-40, oil on canvas, 145 x 109 cm. Château de Versailles. Inv. no. MV 4484, © Réunion des musées nationaux, Paris

‘Marie Leszczinska, Queen of France (1703-1768)’ 1747 by Charles-André van Loo.  Marie Leszczyńska was a Polish princess who married Louis XV of France. She became the longest serving Queen consort of France.

‘Marie Leszczinska, Queen of France (1703-1768)’ 1747 by Charles-André van Loo. Marie Leszczyńska was a Polish princess who married Louis XV of France. She became the longest serving Queen consort of France.

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