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Retrato da Exmª Viscondessa de Menezes, D. Carlota Autor:Meneses, Visconde de…

The Viscountess Meneses wears a gorgeous white dress made all the more striking with red trimmings with extremely restrictive shoulder line.

International Portrait Gallery: Retrato de la IIª Baronesa de Boston

Lady Boston, nee Christian Methuen by George Romney ~ Formal English court dress.

Mary Bentinck, Countess of Essex-kneller

Portrait of a Woman (said to be Mary Bentinck, Countess of Essex) Studio of Sir Godfrey Kneller, English, Museum of Fine Arts Boston

ANNE MARIE DE BOURBON PREMIÈRE MADEMOISELLE DE BLOIS PRINCESSE DE CONTI

A portrait of Françoise Marie de Bourbon, the legitimized daughter of Louis XIV and his mistress the marquise de Montespan, by Alexandre François Caminade. This portrait was created in during the reign of her great-great grandson, Louis Philippe I.

ca 1743 - Isabella Blackett, Countess of Buchan, by Enoch Seeman the Younger

Isabella Blackett, Countess of Buchan, by Enoch Seeman the Younger (Wallington Hall - Wallington, Northumberland, UK)

Hannah Howard, Countess of Rothes probably by Jeremiah Davidson (Clan Leslie Charitable Trust - Leslie, Fife UK) | Grand Ladies | gogm

Hannah Howard, Countess of Rothes probably by Jeremiah Davidson (Clan Leslie Charitable Trust - Leslie, Fife UK)

Lady Elizabeth Percy (1667–1722), Duchess of Somerset, and Her Son, Algernon Seymour (1684–1750), Earl of Hertford, Later 7th Duke of Somerset  by John Closterman

Reinette: European Costume from - Portrait of Elizabeth Percy, Duchess of Somerset with her son Algernon, by John Closterman, c.

Step-mother- 1700 French Art

Marie Madeleine Charlotte de Foix-Rabat,Countess of Sabran, French

Elizabeth (Vernon) Wriothesley, Countess of Southampton.  See another version, same board.

Twelfth Night Decoded: Part Seven. Sir Andrew Aguecheek as the Earl of Southampton.

Elizabeth Vernon, Countess of Southampton probably dressed for the coronation of James I of England in 1603 dressed in white with her countess’s coronet & mantle

18th Century Chic

1764 Marianne Camasse, Countess of Forbach, morganatic wife of Christian IV by Johann Christian Mannlich (private collection)

Princess Amelia, Daughter of George II and Queen Caroline of Great Britain, by Jean-Baptiste van Loo, c. 1737

Princess Amelia, Daughter of George II and Queen Caroline By Jean-Baptiste van Loo Oil on canvas, 1737

1841 Countess Sofia Stepanovna Apraksina by Olga Golitsyn (location unknown to gogm) adjusted size

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