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1630s - Queen of England Henrietta Maria born in France (1609 –1669), Married 1625 to James I and returned to France in 1644 for refuge - by Van Dyke

1630s - Queen of England Henrietta Maria born in France (1609 –1669), Married 1625 to James I and returned to France in 1644 for refuge - by Van Dyke

1633-1635 (probably between) Anne Sophia, née Herbert Countess of Carnarvon by Sir Anthonis van Dyck (auctioned by Christie's)

1633-1635 (probably between) Anne Sophia, née Herbert Countess of Carnarvon by Sir Anthonis van Dyck (auctioned by Christie's)

1642 The Winter Queen by Gerrit van Honthorst (National Gallery - London UK)

1642 The Winter Queen by Gerrit van Honthorst (National Gallery - London UK)

The Ornamented Being - Page 75 of 177

The Ornamented Being - Page 75 of 177

1633-1635 Henrietta Maria in court dress by ?, background by Hendrik van Steenwyck the Younger (National Portrait Gallery, London)

1633-1635 Henrietta Maria in court dress by ?, background by Hendrik van Steenwyck the Younger (National Portrait Gallery, London)

Anne of Austria by Frans Pourbus, 1616 // Frans Pourbus le Jeune - Anne d'Autriche, reine de France - 1616

Anne of Austria by Frans Pourbus, 1616 // Frans Pourbus le Jeune - Anne d'Autriche, reine de France - 1616

"Anne of Austria" by Peter Paul Rubens (1621-1622)

"Anne of Austria" by Peter Paul Rubens (1621-1622)

Charles Beaubrun painted this portrait of Anne of Austria in 1638 when she was 8 months pregnant with the future Louis XIV. I think Anne’s dress is an extremely interesting approach to maternity fashion. Rather than simply altering the waistline, they expanded (and presumably added some creative padding to) the entire dress, allowing the dress to keep the fashionable lines of the time.

Charles Beaubrun painted this portrait of Anne of Austria in 1638 when she was 8 months pregnant with the future Louis XIV. I think Anne’s dress is an extremely interesting approach to maternity fashion. Rather than simply altering the waistline, they expanded (and presumably added some creative padding to) the entire dress, allowing the dress to keep the fashionable lines of the time.

Anne of Austria, Queen of Spain by Sanchez Coello, 1571 Museo Lazaro-Galdiano, Madrid.

Anne of Austria, Queen of Spain by Sanchez Coello, 1571 Museo Lazaro-Galdiano, Madrid.

Portrait of Charlotte Butkens, Lady von Anoy, with her son. Anthony Van Dyke C. 1631 Virago Sleeves

Portrait of Charlotte Butkens, Lady von Anoy, with her son. Anthony Van Dyke C. 1631 Virago Sleeves