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Elisabeth Wilhelmine Luise of Württemberg (1767-1790), daughter of Friedrich II Eugen of Württemberg and his wife Sophie of Brandenburg-Schwedt. She was married to Franz II of Austria and they had 1 child.

Elisabeth Wilhelmine Luise Württemberg, Germany was child of Frederick II Eugene Württemberg, Germany & Sophia Dorothea (Friederike Sophia Dorothea) Brandenburg-Schwedt, Prussia

This tiny (slightly over 2" across) portrait shows a young Princess Marie of Prussia (1579–1655), daughter of Albert Frederick of Prussia. In 1604 she was married to Margrave Christian of Brandenburg-Bayreuth. She is shown wearing a red dress decorated with gold braid, chains and stones in gold settings. It is topped with a stiff, white ruff. Her hands – devoid of the accessories often shown in portraits of royal sisters to distinguish them – are folded in front of her. The Tansey Miniatures…

This tiny (slightly over 2" across) portrait shows a young Princess Marie of Prussia (1579–1655), daughter of Albert Frederick of Prussia. In 1604 she was married to Margrave Christian of Brandenburg-Bayreuth. She is shown wearing a red dress decorated with gold braid, chains and stones in gold settings. It is topped with a stiff, white ruff. Her hands – devoid of the accessories often shown in portraits of royal sisters to distinguish them – are folded in front of her. The Tansey Miniatures…

This 1716 Kneller portrait dates from  when Caroline of Ansbach was Princess of Wales. Caroline's dress closely resembles the dress of Queens Anne and Mary in previous royal portraits. Queen Caroline wears a curl above each eye in turn of the century style

The Princess of Wales - Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg Ansbach a copy of an original by Sir Godfrey Kneller (after now at Buckingham Palace. Caroline wear robes of state and rests her hand on her crown as Princess of Wales.

Maria Theresa succeeded her father, Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI, as empress of the Hapsburg controlled lands of Central Europe in 1740. She made her son, Joseph II, coregent in 1765 after the death of her husband.    In the same year Maria Theresa came to power, Fredrick II of Brandenburg-Prussia initiated the War of Austrian Succession by invading the Hapsburg province of Silesia...

Maria Theresa of Austria born: died: Theresa succeeded her father, Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI, as empress of the Hapsburg controlled lands of Central Europe in She made her son, Joseph II, coregent in 1765 after the death of her husband.

Caroline of Brandenburg-Anspach (1683–1737), Queen Consort of King George II (after Charles Jervas) by Enoch Seeman the younger

"Caroline of Brandenburg-Anspach, Queen Consort of King George II", attr. Enoch Seeman the younger, ca.

1619 Maria Eleonora of Brandenburg, Queen of Sweden by unknown (Nationalmuseum, Stockholm)

Maria Eleonora of Brandenburg, Queen Consort of Sweden, 1619 (Unknown Artist) Nationalmuseum Stockholm

Queen Consort | 1803 Princess Maria Josepha of Saxony, Queen consort of Spain (d.1829)

(Denmark) Queen Louise of Denmark and Norway in her coronation robes, 1747 by Carl Gustaf Pilo

Lovisa Ulrika Königin von Schweden by Antoine Pesne, ca 1740, Museen Nord

cimmerianweathers: “Luise Ulrike of Prussia, Queen of Sweden, workshop of Antoine Pesne, undated. Oil on canvas.

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