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Reinette: Amazons and Equestriennes:Ladies on Horseback

Fleischmann after a Painting by Carl Piloty & Adam in 1853 of the Empress Elisabeth “Sissi” (Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie) Dec Sep Bavaria riding her horse. Sissi was the wife of Emperor Franz Joseph I Aug Nov Austria.

Empress Elisabeth of Austria

The most accomplished equestrienne of the century: Empress Elisabeth of Austria.

Empress Elisabeth and emperor Franz Joseph

Sisi, horseback riding (sidesaddle, as always).Empress Elisabeth of Austria ("Sisi")

Sissi..empress elisabeth of austria

Photo by unknown photographer of Austrian Empress Elisabeth “Sissi” (Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie) Dec Sep Bavaria with a small dog. Sissi was the wife of Emperor Franz Joseph I Austria.

Sissi (+24.12.1837)...Elizabeth Amalie Eugenie von Wittelsbach

1864 Empress Elizabeth playing with a dog by Ludwig Angerer.

Elizabeth Cahrlotte dOrleans,Duchesse de Lorraine by Jean-Baptiste Martin,c.1710-15

The Duchesse de Lorraine on horseback, Jean-Baptiste Martin. I love this painting as it reminds me of the later rather dashing portraits of Marie Antoinette on horseback.

It was often said that Elizabeth was most comfortable in a riding habit. She became famous as a highly skilled equestrian. #modcloth #styleicon

Kaiserin Elisabeth von Österreich als Braut vor Possenhofen,

An Elegant Lady Riding in a Park with her Spaniels by Alfred De Dreux

Equestrian art print nothing evokes such elegance as riding sidesaddle and part of the elegance lies within a finely tailored riding habit.

10 R-Rated History Facts You Won’t Learn In School

10 R-Rated History Facts You Won't Learn In School - Listverse

Gustave Léonard de Jonghe

Portrait of Countess de la Maitrie in Equestrian Dress 1910 by French Painter Charles Albert Walhain 1877 - 1936

L'impératrice Eugénie, l'impératrice Elisabeth d'Autriche et l'empereur François Joseph au Cap Martin - Eugénie de Montijo — Wikipédia

Empress Eugénie with Elisabeth of Austria and Franz Joseph I, at Cap Martin by ?