18th century: Pink and green

Pink and green.
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"Portrait of Marie Anne de Bourbon Condé", 1720, copy by Gustaf Lundberg (Swedish, 1695-1786), after Jean-Baptiste Santerre.

"Portrait of Marie Anne de Bourbon Condé", 1720, copy by Gustaf Lundberg (Swedish, 1695-1786), after Jean-Baptiste Santerre.

George Anton Abraham Urlaub (1744 - 1788) - Portrait of a young lady at the clavichord, said to be Henriette Haussmann (1771 - 1802), 1779

George Anton Abraham Urlaub (1744 - 1788) - Portrait of a young lady at the clavichord, said to be Henriette Haussmann (1771 - 1802), 1779

Woman's riding jacket, c.1760-1765. Hampshire County Council

Woman's riding jacket, c.1760-1765. Hampshire County Council

William Redmore Bigg - A Lady and Her Children Relieving a Cottager, 1781.

William Redmore Bigg - A Lady and Her Children Relieving a Cottager, 1781.

Unknown girl believed by some to be the princesse de Lamballe. Roslin

Unknown girl believed by some to be the princesse de Lamballe. Roslin

1784 portrait of princess Louise Augusta by Jens Juel

1784 portrait of princess Louise Augusta by Jens Juel

1780_Alexander_Roslin_-_Unkown_Lady

1780_Alexander_Roslin_-_Unkown_Lady

Mary Wilkes; John Wilkes by Johan Joseph Zoffany, 1782. John Wilkes (1725-1797), Politician and agitator.    Mary Wilkes (1750-1802), Daughter of John Wilkes. John Wilkes, the radical politician, was arrested in 1763 under a general warrant against his anti-government newspaper The North Briton, for an attack on the king's speech on peace with France. MP for Middlesex 1774 and Lord Mayor. Mary Wilkes (or Polly, as she was known), was Wilkes's only child by his estranged wife, Mary Meade.

Mary Wilkes; John Wilkes by Johan Joseph Zoffany, 1782. John Wilkes (1725-1797), Politician and agitator. Mary Wilkes (1750-1802), Daughter of John Wilkes. John Wilkes, the radical politician, was arrested in 1763 under a general warrant against his anti-government newspaper The North Briton, for an attack on the king's speech on peace with France. MP for Middlesex 1774 and Lord Mayor. Mary Wilkes (or Polly, as she was known), was Wilkes's only child by his estranged wife, Mary Meade.

François Boucher 'Portrait of Madame de Pompadour'

François Boucher 'Portrait of Madame de Pompadour'

Breda, Carl Fredrik von Maria de Ron, née von Breda, 1785

Breda, Carl Fredrik von Maria de Ron, née von Breda, 1785

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