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18th century paintings of women | this is a favorte one today she would look so pretty in a gilt frame ...

Jean-Frederic Schall (French painter, Portrait of a lady, said to be Marie-Madeleine Guimard, called Mademoiselle Guimard, ballerina of the Paris Opéra. Schall did a series of these pretty pieces.

Thomas Hudson,Frances Courtenay, wife of William Courtenay, 1st Viscount Courtenay (detail) 18th century.

Portrait of Lady Frances Courtenay (detail) by Thomas Hudson, Frances Courtenay, wife of William Courtenay, Viscount Courtenay.

I love the fluffiness of this, but something tells me this was painted in the 19th c.

bumble button: Romantic French and English Paintings of women of the late Ladies of the century from antique postcards and prints

"Anne Erskine, Daughter of John Erskine, 14th of Dun and Later Wife of John Wauchope of Edmonstone", Allan Ramsay, 1747; NTS 80.854

1747 Anne Erskine Daughter of John Erskine, of Dun and Wife of John Wauchope of Edmonstone, Allan Ramsay, Collection: National Trust for Scotland

Das Naschkaetzchen, 1862. Artist: Amberg, Wilhelm August (1822-1899) In the style of the later mid 1700's. Dutch?

18th century Maid Costume – Inspiration

This is a painting of Marie Antoinette. Marie Antionette heightened the rococo style through her luxurious dress and hair. Her clothing consisted of a lot of panniered, plunge-necked, stiffly corseted gowns. Although women wanted to dress and have their hair just like Marie Antionette, people thought the queen was creating financial problems for all the women of France.

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Marie Antoinette in a court dress worn over extremely wide panniers, by Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun

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portrait of georgiana, duchess of devonshire and the infamous "picture hat" by thomas gainsborough.

The Woman Taking Coffee by Louis Marin Bonnet, 1774.

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The Woman Taking Coffee by Louis Marin Bonnet, 1774.

1788 Louise-Elisabeth de France with Don Ferdinand age 2 by Adélaïde Labille-Guiard (Versailles)

Madame Louise-Elisabeth with her son by: Adelaide Labille-Guiard 1788