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María Bárbara de Portugal, Reina consorte de las Españas y de las Indias (1711-1758); by L.M. Van Loo.

María Bárbara de Portugal, Reina consorte de las Españas y de las Indias (1711-1758); by L.M. Van Loo.

International Portrait Gallery: Retrato de la Reina María-Bárbara de las Españas

International Portrait Gallery: Retrato de la Reina María-Bárbara de las Españas

Doña María Bárbara de Portugal, Reina de las Españas y de las Indias (1711-1758).

Doña María Bárbara de Portugal, Reina de las Españas y de las Indias (1711-1758).

Fernando VI de Borbón y Saboya (1713-1759) & María Bárbara de Bragança e Austria (1711-1758), Reyes de las Españas y de las Indias.

Fernando VI de Borbón y Saboya (1713-1759) & María Bárbara de Bragança e Austria (1711-1758), Reyes de las Españas y de las Indias.

María Bárbara de Bragança e Austria, Infanta de Portugal, Reina de las Españas y de las Indias (1711-1758).

María Bárbara de Bragança e Austria, Infanta de Portugal, Reina de las Españas y de las Indias (1711-1758).

"The James Family", Arthur Devis, 1751; TC N05281

"The James Family", Arthur Devis, 1751; TC N05281

6. Maria Theresa   Like all members of the House of Habsburg, Maria Theresa was a Roman Catholic, and a devout one as well. She believed that religious unity was necessary for a peaceful public life and explicitly rejected the idea of religious toleration. However, she never allowed the Church to interfere with what she considered to be prerogatives of a monarch and kept Rome at arm's length. She controlled the selection of archbishops, bishops and abbots.

6. Maria Theresa Like all members of the House of Habsburg, Maria Theresa was a Roman Catholic, and a devout one as well. She believed that religious unity was necessary for a peaceful public life and explicitly rejected the idea of religious toleration. However, she never allowed the Church to interfere with what she considered to be prerogatives of a monarch and kept Rome at arm's length. She controlled the selection of archbishops, bishops and abbots.

Jean-Marc Nattier, Portrait de Louis XV (musée de l’Ermitage).jpg

Jean-Marc Nattier, Portrait de Louis XV (musée de l’Ermitage).jpg

Maria Theresa of Austria, mother of Marie Antoinette ca. 1762.  Although she never visited Versailles, the court felt her presence  (Jean Etienne Liotard)  (1702-1789)

Maria Theresa of Austria, mother of Marie Antoinette ca. 1762. Although she never visited Versailles, the court felt her presence (Jean Etienne Liotard) (1702-1789)

Louis-Michel VAN LOO, "Retrato de Don Filippo I di Borbone Farnese, Infante de España, Duque de Parma, Piacenza e Guastalla (1720-1765)"; óleo sobre lienzo, 1739-1742.

Louis-Michel VAN LOO, "Retrato de Don Filippo I di Borbone Farnese, Infante de España, Duque de Parma, Piacenza e Guastalla (1720-1765)"; óleo sobre lienzo, 1739-1742.

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