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L’archiduc Maximilian Franz d’Autriche (1778, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam) de Jean-Étienne Liotard (1702-1789)

Portrait of Archduke Maximilian Franz of Austria, later Archbishop-Elector of Cologne. Pastel on paper, by Jean-Etienne Liotard, Rijksmuseum

Maximilien-François-Xavier (1756-1802), archiduc d'Autriche

Maximilien-François-Xavier (1756-1802), archiduc d'Autriche

Jean-Louis François du Rieu du Fargis, Seigneur du Fargis, Comte de Mesnil-Habert dit "Comte de Mesnil-Fargis" (1682-1742). / Portrait supposé d'après J.B. Oudry.

Jean-Louis François du Rieu du Fargis, Seigneur du Fargis, Comte de Mesnil-Habert dit "Comte de Mesnil-Fargis" (1682-1742). / Portrait supposé d'après J.B. Oudry.

Maria Elisabeth, probably by Martin van Meytens | Grand Ladies | gogm

A young Maria Elisabeth wears a dress with a gold bodice and gold lace lappets in this portrait.

Reinette: Marie Antoinette's SiblingsMaria Carolina,c 1760s by Martin van Meytens  (TAG: FOLLOW IMAGE LINK FOR ARTICLE & MORE; PUBLIC DOMAIN)

This van Meytens portrait of Maria Christina shows how exaggerated panniers could be - she is, visually, almost flattened by her dress.

Portret van Joseph II van Oostenrijk (1741-90), Rooms-Duits keizer en later koning van Hongarije en Bohemen, Jean-Etienne Liotard, 1778

Portret van Joseph II van Oostenrijk (1741-90), Rooms-Duits keizer en later koning van Hongarije en Bohemen, Jean-Etienne Liotard, 1778

The Athenaeum - Portrait of Marie-Christine of Austria (Jean-Étienne Liotard - No dates listed)

Antoinette and her sisters: Jean-Étienne Liotard — Portrait of Marie-Christine of Austria, 1762 Museum of Art and History, Geneva.

Maria Carolina, Archduchess of Austria, Queen Consort of Naples; c. 1765. Her father was Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor. She was married to Ferdinand IV, King of Naples.

Sister of Marie Antoinette Archduchess Maria Carolina holding a portrait of her father, Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor.

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