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Nicolas Jacques, Lady in Black Dress with White Frills, 1818 - noch mehr Miniaturen auf der Seite

Nicolas Jacques, Lady in Black Dress with White Frills, 1818 - noch mehr…

ADAM BUCK (1759-1833) A young lady, in profile to the right seated on a red covered sofa, with her left hand raised to her forehead, in white dress with gold-set cameo brooch at corsage, gold comb in her upswept and curling dark hair

ADAM BUCK (1759-1833) A young lady, in profile to the right seated on a red covered sofa, with her left hand raised to her forehead, in white dress with gold-set cameo brooch at corsage, gold comb in her upswept and curling dark hair

ca. 1810 Portrait of a Woman by   Vincent Bertrand  (French, 1770–after 1817) - in the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Portrait of a Woman Vincent Bertrand (French, Date: ca. 1810 Medium: Ivory Dimensions: 4 x 4 in.

George Chinnery (1774-1852), Portrait of Catherine Sherson, born Taylor, 1802 or 1803

Mrs Robert Sherson Object: Miniature Place of origin: India (probably, painted) Date: 1803 (painted) Artist/Maker: Chinnery, George copyright V

Richard Cosway (1742–1821)Self-portrait - miniature

Richard Cosway self portrait. The artist was the husband of Maria Cosway, Thomas Jefferson's love interest during years he served as a US minister to the French government.

Countess Lieven Born in Latvia& married Count Lieven. She was also a patroness of Almack's. She supposedly introduced the waltz to England.

Countess Lieven Born in Latvia& married Count Lieven. She was also a patroness of Almack's. She supposedly introduced the waltz to England.

John Smart: “A Lady, wearing a low-cut pearl-bordered yellow bodice with mauve bow, fur-bordered mauve dress with jewelled pearl and sapphire clasp, embroidered lace collar, hair curled and pin-powdered and decorated with white ostrich feather," 1785

John Smart diamond encrusted miniature depicting a lady wearing a dress with a jewelled pearl and sapphire clasp. Image by: Philip Mould & Company.

Benjamin Trott (ca. 1770-1843), Rebecca Biddle, Mrs. Nathaniel Chapman, ca. 1815. Watercolor on ivory, 3-9/16 x 2-9/16 inches. Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Fletcher Fund. Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Benjamin Trott (ca. Nathaniel Chapman, ca. Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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