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1783 Marie Antoinette holding a rose by Élisabeth-Louise Vigée-Lebrun (Versailles)  This 1783 Vigée-Le Brun work may be the most well-known portrait of Marie-Antoinette. It was quickly painted in an attempt to calm the controversy caused by the "muslin portrait." Vigée-Lebrun painted many copies. Elements of the "muslin portrait" are retained - she wears a hat and holds a rose while wearing a bertha with two flounces and a skirt with two flounces.

1783 Marie Antoinette holding a rose by Elisabeth-Louise Vigee-Lebrun (Versailles)

Busto en Terracota de María Antonieta

Anonymous painter-Terracotta bust of Marie Antoinette in the manner of Augustin Pajou

Portrait of Marie Antoinette inspired by the portrait of Elizabeth Vigée-Lebrun.

Elisabeth Louise Vigee le Brun: portrait of Marie-Antoinette. One of my favourite artists. but there is something repellant about the way in which she portrays her subject, somehow I get the feeling of a rather mean-spirited woman

Marie-Therese-Charlotte, Duchesse d'Angouleme

1827 Duchesse d'Angouleme by Alexandre-François Caminade (Louvre)-Marie Thérèse de France, filha de Maria Antnieta e Luiz XVI

A portrait of Marie Antoinette, circa 1770, from the workshop of François-Hubert Drouais.

Marie Antoinette circa 1770 from the workshop of François Hubert-Drouais

1790 Marie-Antoinette and her children by Francois Dumont

A charming miniature of Marie Antoinette with Madame Royale and Louis-Charles, painted in early 1790 by François Dumont