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Portrait of Frances Trollope (Anthony Trollope's mother) by Auguste Hervieu (French 1794–1858)

Century American Women: Frances Trollope by Auguste Hervieu {} Frances Trollope, Domestic Manners of the Americans. Written during her stay in America,

Amalie Auguste, Princess of Bavaria and Queen of Saxony - by Joseph Karl Stieler, 1823 - a bit late, but could be reverse-Regencied to fit an earlier style

1823 Amalie Auguste, Princess of Bavaria and Queen of Saxony by Joseph Karl Stieler. Stieler catches the waistline in the act of creeping down from the bottom of the bust line to its natural position in this 1823 portrait.

1809 Pauline Bonaparte, sister of Napoleon, considered one of the most beautiful women in Europe. Married twice, first to a French army general, then an Italian prince, with many affairs in between. She was also the only Bonaparte sister to visit Napoleon on Elba. A true Bonaparte Babe.

Pauline Bonaparte, sister of Napoleon, considered one of the most beautiful women in Europe. Married twice, first to a French army general, then an Italian prince. She was also the only Bonaparte sister to visit Napoleon on Elba.

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