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Detail of a miniature portrait of Marie-Thérèse Charlotte, the daughter of Marie Antoinette, by Jean-Baptiste Augustin. 19th century.
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Detail of a miniature portrait of Marie-Thérèse Charlotte, the daughter of Marie Antoinette, by Jean-Baptiste Augustin. 19th century.

Detail of a miniature portrait of Marie-Thérèse Charlotte, the daughter of Marie Antoinette, by Jean-Baptiste Augustin. 19th century.

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Face detail from a miniature of Marie-Therese-Charlotte, Duchess d'Angouleme, the only surviving child of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI by Jean-Baptiste Jacques Augustin.

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Madame Royale Princess Marie-Therese-Charlotte of France, Duchess of Angouleme - only surviving child of Marie Antoinette & Louis XVI. She spent 3 1/2 yrs in Temple Prison during the Revolution
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Madame Royale Princess Marie-Therese-Charlotte of France, Duchess of Angouleme - only surviving child of Marie Antoinette & Louis XVI. She spent 3 1/2 yrs in Temple Prison during the Revolution

Madame Royale Princess Marie-Therese-Charlotte of France, Duchess of Angouleme - only surviving child of Marie Antoinette & Louis XVI. She spent 3 1/2 yrs in Temple Prison during the Revolution
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details from Marie Antoinette and her children by Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun. 1788.
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details from Marie Antoinette and her children by Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun. 1788.

details from Marie Antoinette and her children by Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun. 1788.
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Miniature of Marie Therese Charlotte
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Miniature of Marie-Therese-Charlotte de France late

A miniature of the daughter of Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette .

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Miniature of Marie Therese Charlotte

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Maria Josepha (Tochter von Maria Theresia) auf ihrem Brautbild (Ausschnitt), dass von Mengs 1767 im Auftrag von Carlos III. von Spanien gemalt wurde, da sie seinen Sohn Ferdinand IV. von Neapel-Sizilien heiraten sollte. Original im Prado-Museum, Madrid.
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Detail of a 1767 portrait of Maria Josepha of Austria, painted by Anton Raphael Mengs. It’s very possible this is one of the last portraits painted of the young Archduchess, who would die that same year from smallpox.

Antoinette and her sisters: Archduchess Maria Josepha of Austria. Portrait (full length in blue velvet court gown) by Anton Mengs.

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Maria Josepha (Tochter von Maria Theresia) auf ihrem Brautbild (Ausschnitt), dass von Mengs 1767 im Auftrag von Carlos III. von Spanien gemalt wurde, da sie seinen Sohn Ferdinand IV. von Neapel-Sizilien heiraten sollte. Original im Prado-Museum, Madrid.

Maria Josepha (Tochter von Maria Theresia)  auf ihrem Brautbild (Ausschnitt), dass von Mengs 1767 im Auftrag von Carlos III. von Spanien gemalt wurde, da sie seinen Sohn Ferdinand IV. von Neapel-Sizilien heiraten sollte. Original im Prado-Museum, Madrid.
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Unfinished portrait of Dauphin Louis Charles (1789) - attributed to Augustin de Sain-Aubin.
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Unfinished portrait of Dauphin Louis Charles - attributed to Augustin de Sain-Aubin.

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Unfinished portrait of Dauphin Louis Charles (1789) - attributed to Augustin de Sain-Aubin.

Unfinished portrait of Dauphin Louis Charles (1789) - attributed to Augustin de Sain-Aubin.

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