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Marie Antoinette (1755-93) after Vigee-Lebrun. Giclee by Louise Campbell Clay.

Marie Antoinette after Vigee-Lebrun. Giclee by Louise Campbell Clay. In Baroque period, the rich will hire a artist to have a portraiture for them. They were shown on the picture with gorgeous wearing and symbolic the top status in the society.

theladyscloset: “ Marie Antoinette ”

theladyscloset: Marie Antoinette - marieantoinettesplayhouse

Marie-Antoinette’s children: Marie-Thérèse Charlotte de France (1778-1851), dite “Madame Royale”, et son frère le Dauphin Louis Joseph Xavier François (1781-1789) -( Détail ) - 1784 - painted by Elisabeth Louise Vigée-Le Brun (1755-1842) one of my favorite painters.  This painting always brings tears to my eyes.

“ Marie-Thérèse-Charlotte de France and her Brother le Dauphin Louis-Joseph-Xavier by Elisabeth Louise Vigée-Le Brun ” A copy of this painting (by Lebrun!) was recently sold at.

Marie Antoinette with a hat and a silk veil by Rose Bertin five years before her death

After Vigée Lebrun, Marie-Antoinette, Oil on canvas (Compiègne)

Marie-Antoinette - Initially charmed by her personality and beauty, the French people generally came to dislike her, accusing "L'Autrichienne" (meaning the Austrian (woman) in French) of being profligate, promiscuous, and of harboring sympathies for France's enemies, particularly Austria, her country of origin.

Marie-Antoinette - Initially charmed by her personality and beauty, the French…

Queen Marie Antionette with her two children, 1785

marie antoinette children 1785

1785 Marie Antoinette Walking in the park at Versailles with her Children, Louis Charles and Madame Royale by Adolf Ulrich Wertmüller

The Princesse de Lamballe; detail from a family portrait by Jean-Baptiste Charpentier le Vieux, 1768.

vivelareine: “ The Princesse de Lamballe; detail from a family portrait by Jean-Baptiste Charpentier le Vieux, ”

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