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Mary Beale (née Cradock),  1632-1697, train. Wife of Charles Beale, 1631 - 1705. Said painter worked mainly as a portraitist and gained some recognition here, especially at court, where her paintings mostly remained unsigned. She also portrayed King Charles II (1630 - 1685), a painting that was sold in 1998 Boanhaims. Also known as the portrait of her hand, showing her husband Charles Beale, formerly in the possession of the Stedelijk Museum Leiden(detail)

Mary Beale (née Cradock), 1632-1697, train. Wife of Charles Beale, 1631 - 1705. Said painter worked mainly as a portraitist and gained some recognition here, especially at court, where her paintings mostly remained unsigned. She also portrayed King Charles II (1630 - 1685), a painting that was sold in 1998 Boanhaims. Also known as the portrait of her hand, showing her husband Charles Beale, formerly in the possession of the Stedelijk Museum Leiden(detail)

A detail from a portrait hanging in the Oakland Museum in Oakland, California. The oil painting is by Charles Christian Nahl and depicts one Eliza Jane Steen Johnson, painted in 1858.

A detail from a portrait hanging in the Oakland Museum in Oakland, California. The oil painting is by Charles Christian Nahl and depicts one Eliza Jane Steen Johnson, painted in 1858.

Charles Jacque (French, 1813–1894). Springtime. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Lillian S. Timken, 1959 (60.71.10) #spring

Charles Jacque (French, 1813–1894). Springtime. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Lillian S. Timken, 1959 (60.71.10) #spring

‘Marie Leszczinska, Queen of France (1703-1768)’ 1747 by Charles-André van Loo by Plum leaves, via Flickr

‘Marie Leszczinska, Queen of France (1703-1768)’ 1747 by Charles-André van Loo by Plum leaves, via Flickr

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