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Sisi, Franz Xaver Winterhalter

Franz Xaver Winterhalter, Elisabeth of Austria, oil on canvas, Dress by Charles-Frederick Worth

Maximiliane Borzaga was a Munich beauty of Italian descent. She was the daughter of a salt and pawnshop cashier from Rovereto, Italy who eventually settled in Rochus Lane in Munich. She married a physician, and  had a son and a daughter by him.

Maximiliane Borzaga was a Munich beauty of Italian descent. She was the daughter of a salt and pawnshop cashier from Rovereto, Italy who eventually settled in Rochus Lane in Munich. She married a physician, and had a son and a daughter by him.

Joseph Karl Stieler - Portrait the Lola Montez.

1847 Lola Montez by Joseph Karl Stieler (Schönheitengallerie Schloß Nymphenburg - München, Bayern, Germany) Mistress of Bavaria's King Leopold I and, by grace of the same King, Countess of Landsfeld. She emigrated to the USA.

1828 Cornelia Vetterlein by Joseph Karl Stieler (Schönheitengallerie Schloß Nymphenburg, München Germany)

This is an example of a ferroniere. The ferroniere is a chain of pearls that drapes across the forehead with a bead in the center of the forehead. This was a very popular jewelry item worn during the Italian Renaissance.

Cornelia Vetterlein (1812 - 1862) was born in Upper Franconia, the northern region of Bavaria. She was the daughter of State Councillor Vetterlein and granddaughter of Bayreuth Court Gardner Schneider. In 1843 she married Imperial Baron Franz Ludwig von Künsberg with whom she had a daughter. Portrait miniature by Joseph Karl Stieler, c. 1828.

1820s MINIATURE PORTRAIT-CORNELIA VETERLEI BY STIELER

It's About Time: Elisabeth Vigée- Lebrun, Portrait d' Aglaé de Gramont, Duchesse de Guiche, 1794

de Polignac, duchesse de Guiche" by Louise Élisabeth Vigée Lebrun

Elisabeth Sonrel (1874 - 1953)

Georg Melchior Kraus ( — Portrait of a Young Lady, Traditionally Identified at Duchess Anna Amalia of Saxe-Weimar, Princess of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel Jürgen Ovens, 1773

Attributed to Charles-Joseph Natoire (Nimes 1700-1777 Castel Gandolfo) | Portrait of a lady.

Attributed to Charles-Joseph Natoire (Nimes Castel Gandolfo) , Portrait of a lady, half-length, in a white dress with pearl ornaments and a garland of flowers, a landscape beyond

Danloux. Henri-Pierre - PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST'S WIFE MARIE-PIERRETTE-ANTOINETTE DANLOUX, NÉE DE SAINT REDAN (1765-1844), HALF LENGTH, WEARING A WHITE HAT.  PARIS 1753 - 1809.

Henri-Pierre Danloux - Portrait of the Artist's Wife, Marie Pierrette Antoinette Danloux

caravaggio - amazing light

Night Scene, Artist: Peter Paul Rubens Start Date: 1616 Completion Style: Baroque Genre: genre painting Technique: oil Material: panel Dimensions: 79 x 64 cm Gallery: Private Collection