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Madame de Remusat by Paul Delaroche. 1802. Josephine's close freind & dame du palais she was a writer and intellectual.

Madame de Remusat by Paul Delaroche. Josephine's close friend & dame du palais she was a writer and intellectual.

Hair arranged to one side at the back. Charles Berny d’Ouvillé, Woman in red, 1810

Hair arranged to one side at the back. Charles Berny d’Ouvillé, Woman in red, 1810

Paul Delaroche ~ Study for the Head of Oliver Cromwell (for the painting 'Cromwell and Charles 1st'), 1831 (red chalk)

Paul Delaroche ~ Study for the Head of Oliver Cromwell (for the painting 'Cromwell and Charles 1831 (red chalk)

Ringlet hairstyles, some history and their continuing popularity

Ringlet hairstyles, some history and their continuing popularity

We Make History: An Introduction to Ladies' Fashions of The Regency Era (hairstyles- drawing inspiration)

Sir Henry Raeburn - Portrait of Commander Hugh Clapperton (1788-1827) 1817

Sir Henry Raeburn - Portrait of Commander Hugh Clapperton 1817 - digitaler Kunstdruck

Princess Augusta in 1782.jpg

Princess Augusta Sophia of the United Kingdom November 1768 – 22 September was the second daughter of George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. - Portrait of Princess Augusta aged 13 in 1782 by Thomas Gainsborough

11 novembre 1919 : mariage du prince Paul Murat (1893-1964) et de Yolande de la Rochefoucauld (1894-1955)

11 novembre 1919 : mariage du prince Paul Murat et de Yolande de la Rochefoucauld

Jane Ramsey Peale, c. 1802  by James Peale  Addison Gallery of American Art

Phillips Academy - Addison Gallery of American Art - James Peale, Jane Ramsey Peale

The Young Martyr (Detail), 1853  Paul Delaroche Fell in love with this painting when I toured the Louvre

The Young Martyr (Detail), 1853 Paul Delaroche Fell in love with this painting when I toured the Louvre. fiquei petrificada com este quadro, me impressionou muito, vale a pena ver de perto.

"Lady at the Court of Napoléon I", 1804, attributed to Jean-Baptiste Isabey (French, 1767-1855)

"Lady at the Court of Napoléon I", attributed to Jean-Baptiste Isabey (French,

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