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1753 Françoise Marguerite de Sévigné, Countess de Grignan by Alexander Roslin. Beautiful bows en echelle (ladder) on the stomacher & coordinating choker.

1750 Archduchess Marie Christine, Duchess of Teschen by Martin van Meytens (location unknown to gogm) Wm

1756 Madame Adelaide pastel probably by Perronneau after Jean-Marc Nattier | Grand Ladies | gogm

"Ann Phillips" by Joseph Blackburn (1755) in the Smith College Museum of Art, Massachusetts - From the curators' comments: "Blackburn has paid particular attention to the complex patterns of the lace on the bodice and sleeves of her dress, and has invented several accessories including her roped pearls and hair ornaments. The Chinese vase which she holds protectively serves as a visual symbol of the source of this mercantile family’s substantial wealth."