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Marie-Adélaïde de Savoie (1685-1712), duchesse de Bourgogne, early 17th C, follower of Pierre Gobert

Marie-Adélaïde de Savoie (1685-1712), duchesse de Bourgogne, early 17th C, follower of Pierre Gobert

Nicolas Lancret, The Picnic after the Hunt. Oil on canvas c. 1740. The National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.)  detail

Nicolas Lancret, The Picnic after the Hunt. Oil on canvas c. The National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.

Portrait of a Lady wearing a riding habit by an artist of the French School, c. early 18th c.

Portrait of a Lady wearing a riding habit by an artist of the century French school

Henry Walton, 1746-1813, British, Elizabeth Bridgman, Sister of the Artist, between 1771 and 1775, Oil on canvas, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection

Edward Bridgeman, the Artists Sister, reproduction by Henry Walton

Portrait of Mrs Wilmot in Riding Dress | Wright of Derby | Hand-Painted Art Reproduction

Portrait of Mrs Wilmot in Riding Dress, c.1762/63 by Wright of Derby

Mrs Wilmot in Riding Dress, Oil by Joseph Wright Of Derby (Fine Art painting copy Joseph Wright Of Derby)

Louise Elisabeth de France en habit de chasse, 1ère fille de Louis XV. 1727-1759 - Duchesse de parme suite à son mariage avec Philippe d'Espagne - Appelée Madame puis Madame Infante après son mariage. Surnommée Babette par son père.

1760 Louise Elisabeth de France in hunting dress by Jean-Marc Nattier (Versailles) Previous Next List

Portrait of Eleonore of Schwarzenberg with her son Joseph in 1727 by Maximilian Hannel

Reinette: Riding Habits Portrait of Eleonore of Schwarzenberg with her son Joseph in 1727 by Maximilian Hannel

Madame Louise de France

Therese of Saint-Augustine, Princess Louise Marie of France

17th century french peasant

circle Le Nains brothers developed a distinctive mode of genre painting related to the Bamboccianti in Italy, but with a Virgilian or Horatian admiration for the peasantry that was itself

detail of The Countess of Corningsby in the Costume of the Charlton Hunt by George Stubbs. Circa 1760

detail of The Countess of Corningsby in the Costume of the Charlton Hunt by George Stubbs.

Jean Berain (France, Saint-Mihiel, 1637/1640 - 1711) , Jacques Lepautre (France, Paris, 1653 - 1684) , Jean Doliver   Recueil des modes de la cour de France, 'Habit de Microton Berger Extravagant des Banboches', circa 1682, bound 1703-1704

Jean Berain (France, Saint-Mihiel, 1637/1640 - 1711) , Jacques Lepautre (France, Paris, 1653 - 1684) , Jean Doliver Recueil des modes de la cour de France, 'Habit de Microton Berger Extravagant des Banboches', circa 1682, bound 1703-1704

Madame Sophia hija de Luis XV,Pintura de Nattier

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

'October' From the months of the year 1745 After work by: Thomas Burford (ca. 1710-ca. 1770)

October 1745 Engraver: Thomas Burford (ca. After work by: Thomas Burford (ca. Origin: England, London OH: 13 x OW: 9 Plate H: 13 x W: 8 Black and white mezzotint engraving with period hand color.

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