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Woman with beauty spots, Venice, Italy  Clearly a masquearde cotumes, but the makeup is pure 18th century

Woman with beauty spots, Venice, Italy Clearly a masquearde cotumes, but the makeup is pure 18th century

Studio of Jean Marc Nattier (French, 1685-1776). The young woman depicted here looks very much like the Duchesse de Berry as represented in the gallery of beauties at Nymphenburg palace. It probably represents Berry when she was still a slender and rather pretty teenager, around the time of her marriage to the duc de Berry in 1710 and thus before her repeated pregnancies made her overweight, turning her into a Rubenesque beauty, the living emblem of lust and fertility.

Studio of Jean Marc Nattier (French, 1685-1776). The young woman depicted here looks very much like the Duchesse de Berry as represented in the gallery of beauties at Nymphenburg palace. It probably represents Berry when she was still a slender and rather pretty teenager, around the time of her marriage to the duc de Berry in 1710 and thus before her repeated pregnancies made her overweight, turning her into a Rubenesque beauty, the living emblem of lust and fertility.

THOMAS HUDSON DEVON 1701 - 1779 TWICKENHAM PORTRAIT OF SIR JAMES LOWTHER, 1ST EARL OF LONSDALE (1736–1802) THREE-QUARTER LENGTH, HOLDING A MASK IN HIS RIGHT HAND

THOMAS HUDSON DEVON 1701 - 1779 TWICKENHAM PORTRAIT OF SIR JAMES LOWTHER, 1ST EARL OF LONSDALE (1736–1802) THREE-QUARTER LENGTH, HOLDING A MASK IN HIS RIGHT HAND

Portrait of a French Actress, c. 1746 Jean-Etienne Liotard (Swiss, 1702-1789) -At the Cleveland Museum of Art (www.clevelandart.org)

Portrait of a French Actress, c. 1746 Jean-Etienne Liotard (Swiss, 1702-1789) -At the Cleveland Museum of Art (www.clevelandart.org)

This 18thc. lady is ready for a masquerade in her elaborate costume, her towering hair draped with a veil for mystery, & her mask in hand. ("Noblewoman with a Mask", attrib. to Charles-Amédée-Philippe van Loo (French 1719-1795). c1770s. Private collection.)

This 18thc. lady is ready for a masquerade in her elaborate costume, her towering hair draped with a veil for mystery, & her mask in hand. ("Noblewoman with a Mask", attrib. to Charles-Amédée-Philippe van Loo (French 1719-1795). c1770s. Private collection.)

“Miss Ramsay in a Red Dress”, Allan Ramsay, ca. 1763. If the purely traditional title of the painting  is correct, the sitter could be one of the artist’s sisters, either  Janet or Catherine. Dress and style suggest the period of the early  1760s.

“Miss Ramsay in a Red Dress”, Allan Ramsay, ca. 1763. If the purely traditional title of the painting is correct, the sitter could be one of the artist’s sisters, either Janet or Catherine. Dress and style suggest the period of the early 1760s.

#CARNIVAL_VENICE Pietro_Longhi - Il Ridotto.  17th Century Carnival dress - note tricorn hat, white mask , black cape or veil, and cloak over 'normal' 17th century clothes. (2)

#CARNIVAL_VENICE Pietro_Longhi - Il Ridotto. 17th Century Carnival dress - note tricorn hat, white mask , black cape or veil, and cloak over 'normal' 17th century clothes. (2)

Marie-Antoinette wearing the coiffure à l’enfant, by Louise-Elisabeth Vigee-LeBrun, 1783.

Marie-Antoinette wearing the coiffure à l’enfant, by Louise-Elisabeth Vigee-LeBrun, 1783.

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