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Louis de Silvestre, Portrait of Katarzyna Barbara Branicka née Radziwiłł (1693–1730) with a fan, 1728

Louis de Silvestre, Portrait of Katarzyna Barbara Branicka née Radziwiłł (1693–1730) with a fan, 1728

Catherine Barbara Branicka, Louis de Silvestre, 1726

Catherine Barbara Branicka, Louis de Silvestre, 1726

Catherine Barbara Branicka, Louis de Silvestre, 1726

Catherine Barbara Branicka, Louis de Silvestre, 1726


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This is VERY transitional from the look of the Restoration to the Georgian. 1719 Marie-Josephe d'Autriche by Louis de Silvestre

This is VERY transitional from the look of the Restoration to the Georgian. 1719 Marie-Josephe d'Autriche by Louis de Silvestre

Maria Josepha of Poland by Louis de Silvestre, 1719  Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden

Maria Josepha of Poland by Louis de Silvestre, 1719 Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden

LOUIS DE SILVESTRE PORTRAIT OF ANNA CONSTANZE, COUNTESS OF COSEL (1680 – 1765), THREE-QUARTER LENGTH, DRESSED IN GREEN AND PINK SILKS AND PLAYING A LUTE. -- Sotheby's

LOUIS DE SILVESTRE PORTRAIT OF ANNA CONSTANZE, COUNTESS OF COSEL (1680 – 1765), THREE-QUARTER LENGTH, DRESSED IN GREEN AND PINK SILKS AND PLAYING A LUTE. -- Sotheby's

1730 Anna Karolina Orzelska by Louis de Silvestre (Royal Baths Palace - Park Lazienkowski, Warszawa) | Grand Ladies | gogm

1730 Anna Karolina Orzelska by Louis de Silvestre (Royal Baths Palace - Park Lazienkowski, Warszawa) | Grand Ladies | gogm

Louis de Silvestre, Królowa Maria Józefa w stroju polskim z 1737 r., Muzeum Pałac w Wilanowie.

Louis de Silvestre, Królowa Maria Józefa w stroju polskim z 1737 r., Muzeum Pałac w Wilanowie.

Louis Silvestre, Louis XIV Receiving Frederick Augustus of Saxony; The na-tional Museum of Versailles; ca. 1695.

Louis Silvestre, Louis XIV Receiving Frederick Augustus of Saxony; The na-tional Museum of Versailles; ca. 1695.

Maria Joseph, Louis de Silvestre, after 1720

Maria Joseph, Louis de Silvestre, after 1720

Christiane Eberhardine of Brandenburg-Bayreuth (19 December 1671 – 4 September 1727) was Electress of Saxony from 1694 to 1727 and titular Queen of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth from 1697 to 1727 as wife to August II Not once throughout the whole of her thirty-year queenship did she set foot in Poland, instead living in Saxony in self-imposed exile for her refusal to convert to Catholicism and her loyalty to the Protestant faith.

Christiane Eberhardine of Brandenburg-Bayreuth (19 December 1671 – 4 September 1727) was Electress of Saxony from 1694 to 1727 and titular Queen of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth from 1697 to 1727 as wife to August II Not once throughout the whole of her thirty-year queenship did she set foot in Poland, instead living in Saxony in self-imposed exile for her refusal to convert to Catholicism and her loyalty to the Protestant faith.

“De Wikkkelkinderen” or “The Swaddled Twins”, artist unknown, painting dated April 7, 1617. Currently housed in the Muiderslot-Muidin, the Netherlands.

“De Wikkkelkinderen” or “The Swaddled Twins”, artist unknown, painting dated April 7, 1617. Currently housed in the Muiderslot-Muidin, the Netherlands.

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a mother rest.

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