Women portraits ( the beginning of 19 centuries )



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Reflection :: Charles Chaplin
5 women portraits ( the beginning of 19 centuries ) - Reflection :: Charles Chaplin
Three graces :: Alexandre Jean Dubios Drahonet
5 women portraits ( the beginning of 19 centuries ) - Three graces :: Alexandre Jean Dubios Drahonet
Hortense de Beauharnais
5 women portraits ( the beginning of 19 centuries ) - Hortense de Beauharnais
Christine Boyer :: Antoine-Jean Gros
5 women portraits ( the beginning of 19 centuries ) - Christine Boyer :: Antoine-Jean Gros
Melancholy :: Constance Marie Charpentier
5 women portraits ( the beginning of 19 centuries ) - Melancholy  :: Constance Marie Charpentier
Antonia Zarate :: Francisco de Goya
5 women portraits ( the beginning of 19 centuries ) - Antonia Zarate :: Francisco de Goya
Clothed Maja :: Francisco de Goya
5 women portraits ( the beginning of 19 centuries ) - Clothed Maja :: Francisco de Goya
Amalie :: Joseph Karl Stieler
5 women portraits ( the beginning of 19 centuries ) - Amalie :: Joseph Karl Stieler
Anna Hillmayer :: Joseph Karl Stieler
5 women portraits ( the beginning of 19 centuries ) - Anna Hillmayer :: Joseph Karl Stieler
Crescentia :: Joseph Karl Stieler
5 women portraits ( the beginning of 19 centuries ) - Crescentia :: Joseph Karl Stieler
Josepha Conti :: Joseph Karl Stieler
5 women portraits ( the beginning of 19 centuries ) - Josepha Conti :: Joseph Karl Stieler
Madame Perregaux :: Elisabeth Louise Vigee-Le Brun
5 women portraits ( the beginning of 19 centuries ) -  Madame Perregaux :: Elisabeth Louise Vigee-Le Brun






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June 19, 2018 [!]


Portraits of the 19th century, like the previous ones, are a kind of fashion magazine, thanks to which we can see the trends of that time, the characteristic features and novelties in clothes and hairstyles. A woman of the early 19th century, perhaps, looks simpler and more modest, but also elegant and refined. "Madame Perregaux" by Elisabeth Louise Vigee-Le Brun clearly demonstrates a new look of the polite society.

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