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After Frans van Mieris I Print made by Jean Georges Wille The distracted observer; a curly-haired boy making soap bubbles, standing behind a table upon which are an embroidered drapery and some metal vases; in trompe l'oeil stone border; after Frans van Mieris the Elder; finished state, with additional shading on the border; before coat of arms, before letter. 1766 Etching and engraving
*Rococo Revisited - Mademoiselle de Tours, or Girl Blowing Soap...
Louise Marie Anne de Bourbon, Légitimée de France, Mademoiselle de Tours (Saint-Germaine-en-Laye, 18 November 1674 – Bourbon, 15 September 1681) was the illegitimate daughter of Louis XIV of France and his most famous Maîtresse-en-titre, Madame de Montespan. She was legitimised by her father Louis XIV in January 1676 at the age of almost two. Her parents affectionately dubbed her Toutou after her title. She was known as Mademoiselle de Tours till her premature death in 1681, at age of seven.
California Baby "Chamomile & Herbs" Bubble Bath - 13 oz (Quantity of 2) by California Baby. $31.52. Geranium, Sweet Orange, and Chamomile give this a sweet herbal garden scent.. Includes a bubble wand for added fun!. Extremely gentle on the skin - only natural ingredients and no harsh chemicals. Safe for spas and hot tubs. You will Receive (2) bottles of California Baby "Chamomile & Herbs" Bubble Bath - 13oz. About California Baby "Chamomile & Herbs" Bubble Bath ...
LBB Submission East Tennessee Wedding 10.02.10
blow bubbles instead of rice! - this will leave soap marks on your wedding dress. we did this for my sister's wedding and it made a mess of her dress. it washed out with a professional cleaning of the dress but it left dirty makes on the dress that showed up in photos. (the photographer photoshopped them out but they appeared in all the guests photos)