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Margarita Teresa de Austria (1651-1673). By Diego Velázquez.

Infanta Margarita Teresa in a Pink Dress (c. - Oil on canvas, 128 x cm, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna[

Portrait of Catherine Potocka and Maria Lupu, two wives of Janusz Radziwiłł (1612–1655) by Johann Schröter, 1646 (PD-art/old), National Arts Museum of the Republic of Belarus

Portrait of Catherine Potocka and Maria Lupu, two wives of Janusz Radziwiłł by Johann Schröter, 1646 (PD-art/old), National Arts Museum of the Republic of Belarus

Portrait of a young lady, 1619

Fashion - Ruffs Galore, traditional & modified, attributed to Marcus Gheeraerts or his school. Marcus Gheeraerts the younger (Flemish artist, Lady 1619

Catherine of Braganza (1638-1705), queen consort of England, Scotland and Ireland, wife of king Charles II | Sir Peter Lely (1663)

Catherine of Braganza (Catarina Henriqueta; 25 November 1638 – 31 December was the wife of King Charles II of England. As such, she was the Queen consort of England, Scotland and Ireland from 1662 to

Infanta Margarita Teresa de España, emperess de Austria by anonymous (Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien) FDxlicorne31 25Oct08 enlarged by gogm 14Nov08

Infanta Margarita Teresa de Espana, emperatriz de Austria by anonymous (Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien)

Porträtt, kvinna, Målning, Porträtt

Magdalena Sibylla of Saxony, Princess of Denmark by Morten Steenwinckel (location unknown to gogm)

Anne, Lady Carleton, studio of Michiel Jansz. van Mierevelt, circa 1625 - NPG 111 - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Studio of Michiel Jansz. van Mierevelt — Portraitᅠofᅠ Anne, Lady Carleton, : The National Portrait Gallery, London.

Cornelis de Vos' portrait of his daughter Susanna, 1627.

Rembrandt's Room on

By Flemish painter Cornelis de Vos ca. Portrait of his daughter Susanna De Vos.

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Portrait of a lady traditionally identified as Frances Carr, Countess of Somerset (1590-1632), English School

Portrait of a lady traditionally identified as Frances Carr, Countess of Somerset English School NOTE: Probably Victorian; the painting and costume style seems off for cited era.

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