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"Portrait of a Princess" by an unknown German artist (1740) in the Royal Collection, UK - From the curators' comments: "The image can be dated to c. 1740 by the very distinctive lace sleeve, but neither sitter nor artist can be securely identified and both are more likely to be German than English. The sitter is shown in a richly laced embroidered dress and ermine-lined robe around her shoulders, wearing rich jewels in powdered hair, round neck and at breast; a coronet is placed to her…

"Portrait of a Princess" by an unknown German artist (1740) in the Royal Collection, UK - From the curators' comments: "The image can be dated to c. 1740 by the very distinctive lace sleeve, but neither sitter nor artist can be securely identified and both are more likely to be German than English. The sitter is shown in a richly laced embroidered dress and ermine-lined robe around her shoulders, wearing rich jewels in powdered hair, round neck and at breast; a coronet is placed to her…

Pagan Reveries Wordpress - Hestia, The Queen of Fire Part 2 (Image: Portrait of Charlotta Sparre as a Vestal by Donatien Nonotte)

Pagan Reveries Wordpress - Hestia, The Queen of Fire Part 2 (Image: Portrait of Charlotta Sparre as a Vestal by Donatien Nonotte)

María Ana Victoria de Bourbon, future Queen of Portugal, ca. 1725 (Jean Ranc) (1674-1735) Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid, PO2336

María Ana Victoria de Bourbon, future Queen of Portugal, ca. 1725 (Jean Ranc) (1674-1735) Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid, PO2336

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