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Princesa Augusta Amelia de Baviera, Duquesa de Leuchtenberg

File:Princess & Duchess Auguste-Amélie (de Beauharnais) of Leuchtenburg nee of Bavaria portrait by Stieler . She's the wife of Empress Josephine's son Eugene de Beauharnais.

File:Full portrait of HRH The Duchess of Nemours by Winterhalter (Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha).jpg

fripperiesandfobs: Victoire-Auguste-Antoinette, Princesse de Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Duchesse de Nemours 1840 Franz Xavier Winterhalter It’s always hard to find Winterhalters to post, since everyone’s so familiar with his work.

Auguste Strobl - 1827

thumper’s regency research

Bildergebnis für biedermeier mode

Princess Feodora of Leiningen ~ Anna Feodora Auguste Charlotte Wilhelmine ~ b. 7 December 1807 ~ d. 23 September 1872 Feodora was the daughter of Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld and her.

1826 Eugénie Hortense Auguste Napoleon de Beauharnais by Joseph Karl Stieler | Grand Ladies | gogm

Joseph Karl Stieler - Eugenie Hortense Auguste Napoleon de Beauharnais princess of Leuchtenberg, Daughter of Eugene de Beauharnais and sister of Josephine de Beauharnais who became queen of Sweden. Consort of Prince Constantine of Hohenzollern-Hechingen.

1876 Mademoiselle X, Marquise Anforti by Charles-Émile-Auguste Carolus Duran (Musée Cambrai - Cambrai, Nord department France)

Mademoiselle X, Marquise Anforti by Charles-Émile-Auguste Carolus Duran, Musée Cambrai I did not know there was another Madame X besides Sargent's. And she wear white.

PRINCESS AUGUSTA AMELIA OF BAVARIA DUCHESS OF LEUCHTENBERG | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

PRINCESS AUGUSTA AMELIA OF BAVARIA DUCHESS OF LEUCHTENBERG | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

ARIANNA ANSIDEI - Joseph_Karl_Stieler_-_Countess_Holnstein.jpg

Portrait of Caroline, Countess of Holnstein, by Joseph Karl Stieler:

Anne Sophie Swetchine (née Sofia Petrovna Soymonova; November 22, 1782 – 1857), known as Madame Swetchine, was a Russian mystic, born in Moscow, and famous for her salon in Paris. She spent her early years at the court of Empress Catherine the Great, as her father was one of the empress's closest advisors. She was given a good education and spoke several European languages and was popular at court. In 1797, she was made lady-in-waiting to Empress Maria Fedorovna.

Anne Sophie Swetchine (née Sophia Petrovna Soïmonov or Soymanof; November 1782 – known as Madame Swetchine, was a Russian mystic, born in Moscow, and famous for her salon in Paris.

trimming on the skirt Not my color but I love the syle. The dress and the shawl both are very pretty

Amalie Auguste, Princess of Bavaria and Queen of Saxony - by Joseph Karl Stieler, 1823 - a bit late, but could be reverse-Regencied to fit an earlier style

Henri-François Riesener (1767-1828) - Alix de Montmorency, Duchesse de Talleyrand

Alix de Montmorency, Duchesse de Talleyrand by Henri François Riesener (for sale by Alain R.

Portrait of Sophie Marie Gräfin Voss (1729-1814), by Antoine Pesne, ca. 1746  Sophie was the daughter of a Prussian general and Johanna Maria Auguste of Jasmund, friend and lady-in-waiting to Queen Sophia Dorothea. She spent 69 years in the Prussian court and published her memoirs about her life in the royal court. ❤️❤️❤️

Portrait of Sophie Marie Gräfin Voss (1729-1814), by Antoine Pesne, ca. 1746 Sophie was the daughter of a Prussian general and Johanna Maria Auguste of Jasmund, friend and lady-in-waiting to Queen Sophia Dorothea. She spent 69 years in the Prussian court and published her memoirs about her life in the royal court. ❤️❤️❤️

ca. 1807 Princess Auguste-Amalie of Bavaria by ? (location unknown to gogm)

1807 Princess Auguste-Amalie of Bavaria by ? (location unknown to gogm)

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