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c.1679-80.Marie Louise d'Orléans,future Queen of Spain-Louis Ferdinand Elle the Elder,(26(27).03.1662-12.02.1689) королева-консорт Испании,жена кор. Карла II.Приходилась внучкой 2-м монархам:фр.королю Людовику XIII и кор.Англии Карлу I.Отцом девочки был мл.брат фр.короля Людовика XIV Филипп,герц.Орлеанский,матерью-Генриетта Стюарт,мл.дочь кор.Англии Карла I и Генриетты Марии Франц. Будучи внучкой фр.короля по муж. линии,Мария Луиза имела право на титул внучка Франции.

Fille d'Henriette Anne - Marie Louise d'Orleans, Queen of Spain Daughter of Philippe I Duke of Orleans and Henrietta Anne of England. Wife to Charles II of Spain

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ALONSO SANCHEZ COELLO RETRATO DE DON DIEGO Y DON FELIPE INFANTES DE ESPAÑA 1579

ALONSO SANCHEZ COELLO RETRATO DE DON DIEGO Y DON FELIPE INFANTES DE ESPAÑA 1579

The Castenet Player c.1854 by John Phillip (Scottish, 1817-1867)

The Castanet Player, 1854 by John Phillip (Scottish

Сэр Джон Эверетт Милле, "Марьяна" (1851), дерево, масло

Mariana, 1851 by Sir John Everett Millais. This very painting has its own little scene in a book I'm reading: Grange House.

María Teresa (1638–1683), Infanta of Spain

Juan Bautista Martínez del Mazo (Spanish, ca. María Teresa Infanta of Spain, ca. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Mazo was Velázquez’s most gifted assistant.

Diego Velázquez Portrait of Élisabeth of France (Isabel de Borbón), Queen of Spain; c. 1627-1631 Private collection

Diego Velázquez Portrait of Élisabeth of France (Isabel de Borbón), Queen of Spain; Private collection · via Galería Caylus

The Ransom: 1860-62 - Standing on the right, a kidnapper firmly grasps the arm of a young girl while an armored knight tries to hand over precious jewels. In this theatrical painting, John Everett Millais depicted a sixteenth-century scene of a father paying ransom for his two daughters.

Millais called this painting “the picture with the dreadful blue-and-white page in the corner.” Do you agree? The Ransom, 1860 - John Everett Millais.

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