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The Duchesse de Polignac, one if Marie Antoinettes closest friends
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Some pictures of the Governess of the Children of France, Madame de Polignac , who never wore diamonds. (Via Madame Guillotine .

Madame Guillotine - Kill them all if they won't eat cake

The Duchesse de Polignac, one if Marie Antoinettes closest friends

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Self - portrait of my favorite painter Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun (Marie Élisabeth Louise; 16 April 1755 – 30 March was a French painter, and is recognized as the most important female painter of the century.

Oil Paintings from the Watford Museum Collection of Fine Art: The Artist at Work (Self Portrait) by Vigée-LeBrun, Elisabeth Louise

Self-Portrait with Two Pupils Adelaide Labille-Guiard. I wonder if they really painted wearing satin and feathered hats.

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Controversial Vigee Lebrun portrait of Marie Antoinette in her chemise.
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"Marie Antoinette en Chemise", portrait of the queen in a "muslin" dress, by Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun This controversial portrait was viewed by her critics to be improper for the Queen of France.

Marie Antoinette in a 'Gaulle de la Reine', 1783 by Louise Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun. This type of garment was favored at the PT, over the restricting court garments worn at the palace of Versailles.

by artist Louise Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun. hand-painted museum quality oil painting reproduction on canvas.

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Controversial Vigee Lebrun portrait of Marie Antoinette in her chemise.

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Marie Antoinette portrait 1775.
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Marie Antoinette portrait wonderful dress with big bow! She was Austrian by birth and the last Queen of France. Her extravagance was said to be the cause of the Revolution, although there were many other causes. She never said 'Let them eat cake'!

Marie Antoinette portrait not a picture of jewels but she had an amazing collection~ this is a fabulous painting of her, had to share!

Marie-Antoinette (via The Lady Ship: Unknown, rare or non contemporary portraits of Marie Antoinette)

When Marie Antoinette first arrived in France and became Dauphine, every aspect of her routine was dictated by the ever present etiquette.

Marie Antoinette portrait 1775.

Marie Antoinette portrait 1775.
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Today, November marks the anniversary of Marie Antoinette's birthday. Marie Antoinette, baptized Maria Antonia Josepha Johanna, w.

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All things Marie-Antoinette! Historical and popular culture information, photos, music, and other.

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duchess de polignac, oil on canvas by louise elisabeth vigée lebrun (1787) found on maria-antonia.justgoo.com/

duchess de polignac, oil on canvas by louise elisabeth vigée lebrun (1787) found on maria-antonia.justgoo.com/

tiny-librarian:Apparently eager to extend the naturalness and freedom of her country haven to all aspects of her offspring’s life, Marie Antoinette outfitted Madame Royale in the simple, unstructured muslin gaulles that she and her adult friends had made famous, and the young princes in sporty, unconfining sailor suits.These were the costumes worn by Marie Antoinette’s two oldest children in a portrait that the Swedish artist Adolf Ulrik von Wertmuller painted of them and their mother –…

1785 Adolf Ulrik Wertmüller - Queen Marie Antoinette of France and two of her Children Walking in The Park of Trianon (detail)

Ignazio Pio Vittoriano Campana, Marie Antionette, Queen of France, c. 1780-5. Watercolour on ivory, Diameter 7.2 cm..

Would this miniature represent the young Queen of France, only dressed in a sheer veil? This is the intriguing question begged by the superb exhibition of late century miniatures at Philip Mould Gallery in London.

Marie-Antoinette, c.1792. Unfinished pastel portrait by Alexandre Kucharski, Musée de l'Histoire de France, Versailles. A blow, from a pike, by a revolutionary is visible on the lower part of the work.

Unfinished portrait of Marie Antoinette by Alexandre Kucharski, c. A blow from a pike of a revolutionary is visible on the lower part of the portrait.

Portrait of Marie Antoinette

Neither cake nor food stamps for they have destroyed our banks with their silly poor people problems.

Axel de Fersen - L’AMI INTIME DE LA REINE MARIE-ANTOINETTE (1755-1810)

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Unknown painter, XVIIIth century, Museum of Bordeaux,   oil on leather.   Portrait of Marie-Antoinette bought by the museum in 1900 after the heritage of Auguste Poirson.

Unknown painter, XVIIIth century, Museum of Bordeaux, oil on leather. Portrait of Marie-Antoinette bought by the museum in 1900 after the heritage of Auguste Poirson.

Marie Antonieta y sus hijos (1787) Marie-Louise-Élisabeth Vigée-Lebrun

State Portrait by Vigée-Lebrun of Marie Antoinette and her three surviving children Marie Thérèse, Louis Charles (on her lap), and Louis Joseph, was meant to help her reputation by depicting her as a mother and in simple, yet stately attire.

Curiosa miniatura de los 4 hijos de Luis XVI y Marta Antonieta ,hecha poco antes de que muriera Madame Sofia

vivelareine: “A rare miniature portrait of the four children of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette: Marie Thérèse, Louis Joseph, Louis Charles, and Sophie. The miniature, attributed to Jean Pierre Chasselat - would have likely been completed.

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