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I took this photo for my readers! François H.Drouais, Marie Rinteau called Mademoiselle de Verrières.1761, oil on canvas.Metropolitan Museum of Art.

I took this photo for my readers! François H.Drouais, Marie Rinteau called Mademoiselle de Verrières.1761, oil on canvas.Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Title: Portrait of Lady Anna Horatia Waldegrave, c.1783  Artist: Thomas Gainsborough  Medium: Hand-Painted Art Reproduction

Portrait of Lady Anna Horatia Waldegrave, c.1783 by Gainsborough

Title: Portrait of Lady Anna Horatia Waldegrave, c.1783 Artist: Thomas Gainsborough Medium: Hand-Painted Art Reproduction

Lady Frances Finch, 1781-82 by Joshua Reynolds.

Lady Frances Finch, 1781-82 by Joshua Reynolds.

Queen Catherine of Braganza (1638–1705) Consort to King Charles II by Peter Lely

Queen Catherine of Braganza (1638–1705) Consort to King Charles II by Peter Lely

Pietro Antonio Lorenzoni (1721 – 1782, Italian) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Pietro Antonio Lorenzoni (1721 – 1782, Italian) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

"Louisa Barbarina Mansel, Lady Vernon", Thomas Gainsborough, 1763-67  National Trust (Sudbury Hall) 653233

"Louisa Barbarina Mansel, Lady Vernon", Thomas Gainsborough, 1763-67 National Trust (Sudbury Hall) 653233

Carlotta del Belgio

Carlotta del Belgio

Richard Cumberland by George Romney oil on canvas, circa 1776 National Portrait Gallery

Richard Cumberland by George Romney oil on canvas, circa 1776 National Portrait Gallery

The Honorable Mrs. Lewis Thomas Watson (Mary Elizabeth Milles), 1789, by Joshua Reynolds. Mrs. Lewis Thomas Watson was the only daughter and heiress of Richard Milles.  The white muslin dress and black satin hat were the height of fashion.

The Honorable Mrs. Lewis Thomas Watson (Mary Elizabeth Milles), 1789, by Joshua Reynolds. Mrs. Lewis Thomas Watson was the only daughter and heiress of Richard Milles. The white muslin dress and black satin hat were the height of fashion.

Beauty: Tragic Maria Gunning, the former Countess of Coventry was the 18th century celebrity who made men faint in awe of her beauty but her love of lead-based make-up stole her looks and eventually killed her

Vanity mirror used by tragic 18th century society beauty, 27, who died of make-up poisoning sells for £300,000

Beauty: Tragic Maria Gunning, the former Countess of Coventry was the 18th century celebrity who made men faint in awe of her beauty but her love of lead-based make-up stole her looks and eventually killed her

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