#wrttemberg #diamonds #pauline #therese #consort #william #wearing #diamond #queen #tiara #king #her #of #th #… | Female portrait, Fashion history, Female portraits
Feb 24, 2020 - #wrttemberg #diamonds #pauline #therese #consort #william #wearing #diamond #queen #tiara #king #her #of #th #iQueen Pauline Therese, Queen consort of King William I, wearing her Diamond Tiara, Württemberg (19th c.; diamonds).
Joseph Karl Stiele, Maria Anna of Bavaria, 1842, - marieantoinettesplayhouse
Marie Antoinette's Playhouse — Joseph Karl Stiele, Maria Anna of Bavaria, 1842,
Joseph Karl Stiele, Maria Anna of Bavaria, 1842,
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sentimientodivino: ohsoromanov: Empress Elisabeth of Austria painted in a gown designed by Charles Frederick Worth for her coronation as Queen of Hungary in 1867 (detail). sissi3
Empress Alexandra Feodorovna by tashusik on DeviantArt
Empress Alexandra Feodorovna by tashusik.deviantart.com on @deviantART
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Empress Elizabeth 1837-98 of Bavaria Painting by Giuseppe Sogni Reproduction | 1st Art Gallery
Empress Elizabeth 1837-98 of Bavaria
Nello Iovine, 1935 | Genre painter
Nello Iovine, 1935 | Tutt'[email protected] | Pittura * Scultura * Poesia * Musica |
Figurativo, ritrattista e paesaggista classico, ha frequentato l’Accademia delle Belle Arti di Napoli, dove fu allievo del professore Guido Casciaro.
12 Unsung Heroes Who Will Inspire You To Be A Better Person
Maria Feodorvna was the wife of Tsar Alexander III. She helped save a life by altering a death sentence. Alexander, going through a list of suspected traitors and criminals, had written against one name, ‘pardon impossible, to send to Siberia’. Maria changed it to ‘Pardon, impossible to send to Siberia’ and saved a life with a comma.