Explore Marie Antoinette, 18th Century, and more!

Explore related topics

Portrait miniature jeune femme / Vigée Le Brun / Marie-Antoinette / 18ème siècle

Portrait miniature jeune femme / Vigée Le Brun / Marie-Antoinette / 18ème siècle

Portrait miniature jeune femme / Vigée Le Brun / Marie-Antoinette / 18ème siècle

Fräulein Pezold, die spätere Gattin des Oberleutnants Kötsch Graff, Anton (Maler) Um 1801/02

Fräulein Pezold, die spätere Gattin des Oberleutnants Kötsch Graff, Anton (Maler) Um 1801/02

A miniature portrait of Queen Katherine of Aragon in 1525.

Katherine of Aragon wife of Henry VIII the IHS brooch she is wearing which is a catholic theme is the same one that Jane Seymore wears in her Holbein portrait her daughter Mary 1 wears a cross in the family portrait almost the same

During the 1830’s and afterwards, a new inexpensive metal gained popularity for the manufacture of spectacle frames and many other items. In New York City in 1829, German chemist Louis Feuchtwanger introduced the alloy “German silver,” composed of varying amounts of copper, zinc and nickel. Spectacle frames of this material became widely available after 1835. The cost and durability of German silver spectacle frames made them very popular… | Jane Austen’s World (Portrait of a Lady, 1835)

Spectacles in 1835

Portrait of a Lady Date: ca. 1835 Medium: Watercolor on ivory Dimensions: 2 x 2 in. x cm) Classification: Paintings

19th century Adèle Romany - Portrait of a lady, three-quarter length, at a pianoforte holding a manuscript

Portrait of a lady, three-quarter length, at a pianoforte holding a manuscript. Adèle Romany (French, Oil on canvas. The young lady stands before a pianoforte, idly fingering its keys;

English School (early 19th Century). [Front hair is parted but drawn smoothly forward and then to the side to lower her high forehead. Bunches of small, soft ringlets starting above temples, extending both toward the eyebrows and back over the ears. (No visible connection to front hair; this is not difficult to mimic with a hairpiece.)  Back hair is visible as a bun (loose coils or curls) surrounded by a braid.] Small gold comb on left side.]

English School, A pair of portraits of young Ladies, probably sisters, one wears a white lace-trimmed dress with lilac shawl; the other wearing white dress, a blue waistband and matching shawl and a decorative portrait of a Lady after Raphael

19C American Women: 1800s American Women

Polly Hooper by Gilbert Stuart Handmade oil painting reproduction on canvas for sale,We can offer Framed art,Wall Art,Gallery Wrap and Stretched Canvas,Choose from multiple sizes and frames at discount price.

N.Freese, A Lady, wearing décolleté white dress with lace cap to the sleeve and pearl slide in her upswept hair

Freese, A Lady, wearing décolleté white dress with lace cap to the sleeve and pearl slide in her upswept hair

Charles Pierre Cior, A Lady, wearing gold-trimmed black dress with gold cord belt

Bonhams Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers: auctioneers of art, pictures, collectables and motor cars

Charles Hayter (British, 1761-1835) A pair of portraits of Capt. James Bradshaw R.N. and his wife Eliza (née Blagrove): he, wearing Naval uniform; she, wearing dress with blue bodice, white sleeves and lace trim, red shawl, coral necklace, pearls in her hair and portrait miniature of her husband on a gold chain; sold together with a portrait of her mother Ann, wearing white dress, red shawl and white bonnet with veil, 1816

Bonhams Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers: auctioneers of art, pictures, collectables and motor cars

English School (circa 1820, A Gentleman, wearing blue coat, white waistcoat and tied stock.

English School (circa A Gentleman, wearing blue coat, white waistcoat and tied stock.

Pinterest
Search