Adélaïde de La Rochefoucauld, Princesse Borghese (ob.1877).

Adélaïde de La Rochefoucauld, Princesse Borghese (ob.1877).

1878, Queen Maria de las Mercedes of Orleans on her wedding day, becoming Queen of Spain as she was marrying King Alfonso XII of Spain. Her complete name was María de las Mercedes Isabel Francisca de Asís Antonia Luisa Fernanda Felipa Amalia Cristina Francisca de Paula Ramona Rita Cayetana Manuela Juana Josefa Joaquina Ana Rafaela Filomena Teresa Santísima Trinidad Gaspara Melchora Baltasara et omni sancti

Orleans as Queen of Spain on her wedding day by an unknown artist. Orleans as Queen of Spain on her wedding day by an unknown artist.

Isabella of Bourbon, daughter of Queen Isabella II of Spain

Infanta Isabel de Bourbon, aged about (Princess Isabella of Asturias, then Crown Princess of Spain) 1866 by Vicente Palmaroli .

Madame Sophia hija de Luis XV,Pintura de Nattier

More Than the Details — Madame Adélaïde (Princess Marie Adélaïde of.

Luminism is a late-impressionist or neo-impressionist style in painting which devotes great attention to light effects

Emile Claus (Belgian artist, Sunny Day Not my favorite, portrets but these colors are pretty.

US$26.59+Free shipping. Size: M~5XL. Material: Cotton. Fall in love with fashion and casual style!

US$26.59+Free shipping. Size: M~5XL. Material: Cotton. Fall in love with fashion and casual style!

Marjorie Post in a Callot Soeurs gown for her presentation to King George V and Queen Mary in June of 1929. Portrait by Giulio de Blaas

Marjorie Merriweather Post wore this Callot Soeurs gown when presented to King George V and Queen Mary in June of Portrait by Giulio de Blaas. Photo from Hillwood Estate collection.

Alessandro Farnese, S. Anguisciola.jpg

buzz-o-graph: “ Sofonisba Anguissola, Portrait of Alexandre Farnese, Duke of Parma”, 1561 ”

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