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Jean-Marc Nattier (1685 - 1766) FR . Princess Victoire Louise marie thérèse de France 1748 (1733-1799) Séptima hija de Luis XV y Marie Leszczynska. Sobrevivió a la Revolución junto a su hermana María Adelaida, al salir de Francia en 1791, residiendo en Italia y después en Corfú.

Portrait of Louis XV of France - Nattier

Portrait of Louis XV of France - Nattier

1748 Marie-Louise-Therese Victoire de France (Madame Victoire) after Jean Marc Nattier

1748 Marie-Louise-Therese Victoire de France (Madame Victoire) after Jean Marc Nattier

Marie Antoinette in Blue

Marie Antoinette in Blue

Vicente Palmaroli González (1834-1896) — Infanta María Isabel de Borbón, 1866  : National Heritage, Royal Palace of Madrid.  Spain (1024x1621)

Vicente Palmaroli González (1834-1896) — Infanta María Isabel de Borbón, 1866 : National Heritage, Royal Palace of Madrid. Spain (1024x1621)

Johann Heinrich Tischbein I, Frédérique Louise Wilhelmine, Princess of Orange-Nassau. 1788, oil on canvas. Musée des beaux-arts.  Marie Antoinette's Gossip Guide to the 18th Century

Johann Heinrich Tischbein I, Frédérique Louise Wilhelmine, Princess of Orange-Nassau. 1788, oil on canvas. Musée des beaux-arts. Marie Antoinette's Gossip Guide to the 18th Century

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Madame de Pompadour (Portrait de la Grande Demoiselle en Amazone by...)

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Louise d'Orléan – On 3 April 1812 the daughter of Louis-Philippe d'Orléon, the last king of France, was born in Parlermo, Sicily. She became Queen of the Belgians in 1832. Her Husband Leopold I was the first King of the Belgians after the country's independency from the Netherlands in 1830. The couple had 4 children, amongst them: Empress Charlotte of Mexico. The shy Queen of the Belgians was know for her beauty and generosity. She died aged 38 in Ostende, Belgium.

Queen Maria Leszczynska of France to Louis XV, Alexis Simon Belle, 1730

Queen Maria Leszczynska of France to Louis XV, Alexis Simon Belle, 1730

Marie Élisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun, 1755 to 1842 Marie Antoinette of Austria Queen of France, 1783, Château de Versailles, Greater Paris, France.

Marie Élisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun, 1755 to 1842 Marie Antoinette of Austria Queen of France, 1783, Château de Versailles, Greater Paris, France.

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