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Richard Lauchert (1823-69)   Queen Alexandra (1844-1925) when Princess of Wales     1862-63   Oil on canvas | 160.3 x 112.3 cm (support,...

Richard Lauchert - Princess Alexandra of Wales, 1862 - Formerly Princess Alexandra of Denmark, she became Princess of Wales and then Queen Consort of the United Kingdom as the spouse of King Edward VII (Queen Victoria's eldest son).

antique-royals:      Franz Xaver Winterhalter -The Empress Eugénie Surrounded Her Ladies in Waiting (details), 1855

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antique-royals: “ Franz Xaver Winterhalter -The Empress Eugénie Surrounded Her Ladies in Waiting (details), 1855 ”

Робертсон Кристина (Robertson Christina) (1796-1854)

1850 Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna by Christina Robertson (Hermitage). Maria Alexandrovna seems to be relaxing while reading a book in this 1850 Robertson portrait.

John Singleton Copley (American, 1738–1815). Mrs. Jerathmael Bowers,ca. 1763. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1915 (15.128) #dogs

Jerathmael Bowers, by John Singleton Copley (American colonial era artist,

John Singleton Copley Mrs. George Watson 1765 - Visit WebtalkMedia.com for info on blogging!

Mrs Dorothy Watson 1765 by John Singleton Copley (Born: Boston, Massachusetts 1738 Died: London, England oil on canvas x cm) Smithsonian American Art Museum.

A young servant girl, France, 18thC, attributed to Françoise Duparc (Murcie, 1726 - Marseille, 1778), or Antoine Raspal (Arles, 1738 - 1811).

A Young Servant Girl (France) -- Attributed to Françoise Duparc or Antoine Raspal -- No further reference provided.

Woman with a Fan, 1871, James Dawson Watson:

"Woman With A Fan" -- 1871 -- James Dawson Watson -- British -- Oil on canvas

1763 Mercy Otis Warren (1728-1814) by John Singleton Copley (1738-1815)

James Warren (Mercy Otis) about 1763 John Singleton Copley (American,

1795 Round gown | Italian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

By the the structure of clothing was undergoing dramatic change. This afternoon dress in the form of a round gown steadfastly keeps up appearances and can pass for eighteenth-century opulence, especially in its colors and textile richness