Peintre François Hubert Drouais

Jean Germain DROUAIS François Hubert Drouais (Paris Portrait of a Young Lady, traditionally identified as Princess Natalia Petrovna Galitzin, signed lower left: Drouais le Fils oil on canvas, 73 x cm,

The Athenaeum - Portrait of Marie-Christine of Austria (Jean-Étienne Liotard

Antoinette and her sisters: Jean-Étienne Liotard — Portrait of Marie-Christine of Austria, 1762 Museum of Art and History, Geneva.

1766-1767 Juliane Marie of Denmark by Johann Georg Ziesenis

Johann Georg Ziesenis — Portrait of Juliana Maria of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel with a portrait of her son Hereditary Prince Frederick, : Museum of National History at Frederiksborg Castle, Hillerød.

c. 1767 - Portrait of Lady Mary Fox, later Baroness Holland by Pompeo Batoni

Lady Mary Fox, 1767 (Pompeo Batoni) Lady Mary wears a traveling costume called a Brunswick gown.

Frances Cotes  Portrait of Elizabeth Burdett (d.1807), daughter of Sir Robert Burdett (1716-1797), 4th Baronet Burdett of Bramcott, Warwickshire, standing three-quarter-length, in a blue dress, holding a bonnet in her right hand, which is resting on a stone plinth with a sculpted urn signed and dated 'FCotes pxt.1767.' (on plinth, centre left) oil on canvas

Elizabeth Burdett standing three-quarter-length, in a blue dress, holding a bonnet in her right hand by Francis Cotes, 1767

Portrait of a gentleman and his wife - Francis Wheatley

Portrait d'un gentilhomme et son épouse, avec un livre, par Francis Wheatley

1765-75 Brunswick. | Victoria & Albert Museum |  The Brunswick became popular in the 1760s for travelling and informal dress. The petticoat and lower sleeve extension are missing. Watered silk, lined with silk, trimmed with silk braid, and running stitches, canvas, wood and pleats. T.331-1985

Brunswick

Brunswick jacket, made in France, (source). “ A shortened version of the formal sack-back dress, the Brunswick became popular in the for travelling and informal dress.

Liotard, 1762. Marie Elisabeth of Habsburg Lorraine.

Jean-Etienne Liotard (Geneva 1702 - 1789 Geneva) Portrait of Maria Elisabeth, Archduchess of Austria, future abbess in Innsbruck Black chalk, graphite pencil, watercolor and watercolor glazes on white laid paper.

Johann Georg Ziesenis   German, Portrait of the Artist's Daughter Elisabeth, Married Lampe, 1731-1776 TECHNIQUE Oil on canvas REFERENCE KMS2040

Johann Georg Ziesenis (German, 1716 - Portrait of the Artist's Daughter Elisabeth, Married Lampe Oil on canvas, 118 x 98 cm (c) National Gallery of Denmark

Portrait of a Girl Holding a Spaniel by Alexander Roslin Probably mid-18th century

View Portrait of a girl holding a spaniel by Alexander Roslin on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Alexander Roslin.

Prinzessin Philippine Charlotte von Preussen, Herzogin von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel (1716-1801). / By J.G. Tischbein.

Prinzessin Philippine Charlotte von Preussen, Herzogin von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel (1716-1801). / By J.G. Tischbein.

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