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Von Johans Reks (died in 1795). Portrait by Friedrich Hartma Featured Paintings Print

Von Johans Reks (died in 1795). Portrait by Friedrich Hartma

Von Johans Reks (died in 1795). Marshal, Governor General of the governorship of Riga in 1790-1792 . Portrait by Friedrich Hartmanis Barizjens (1724 - 1796). Museum of History and Navigation. Riga. Latvia

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18th, Age, Art, Baltic, Barizjens, Baroque, Century, Europe, Friedrich, General, Governor, Hartmanis, Historical, History, Johans, Latvia, Latvian, Marshal, Modern, Museum, Navigation, Painter, Painting, Personatge, Portrait, Region, Reks, Riga, Von

Portrait of Charlotte Aglae of Orleans, 1720s (oil on canvas) Featured Paintings Print

Portrait of Charlotte Aglae of Orleans, 1720s (oil on canvas)

BAL341680 Portrait of Charlotte Aglae of Orleans, 1720s (oil on canvas) by Gobert, Pierre (1662-1744); 32.5x24.5 cm; Latvian Museum of Foreign Art, Riga, Latvia; (add.info.: Charlotte Aglae (1700-1761), Duchess Consort of Modena and Reggio.
Art Museum Riga Bourse.); French, out of copyright

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Aristocracy, Bourbon, Female, Floral Garland, Half Length, Oval, Painting, Portrait, Woman

'Portrait of Charlotte Aglae of Orleans, Mademoiselle de Valois', 1720s. Artist: Pierre Gobert Featured Paintings Print

'Portrait of Charlotte Aglae of Orleans, Mademoiselle de Valois', 1720s. Artist: Pierre Gobert

'Portrait of Charlotte Aglae of Orleans, Mademoiselle de Valois', 1720s. Charlotte Aglae d'Orleans (1700-1761) was the third daughter of Philippe II, Duke of Orleans and Francoise-Marie de Bourbon. In 1720 she married Prince Francesco d'Este, the future Francesco III, Duke of Modena, with whom she had ten children. Found in the collection of the State Museum of Foreign Art of Republic Latvia, Riga, Latvia

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