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Unformatted text preview: of it is not clear.61 A woman the woman authenticity of Marie-Louise-Elis portrait, sold in a lively to Louis-Francois the sister woman a been in a painting a of a Woman her as Louise-Diane, of the due convinced impossible as having a son in 1734 she bore of Berry duchess Louise-Diane ence She the full-length that duchess, fire burns de Conti, not have resemble in 1826.58 person, elegant in 1732 bis," it may well was Portrait It is not clear identifying Diane in the "221 by Jean Vatout and right in Paris number there identification. his inventory to form a back lid. It was there paintings spirit. Married prince under dif Nattier's that the Eu work the former, bodice her proper on its existence, despite slight at the Palais-Royal is described figure, seductive the knot, clear work's lost, thus displays differently found, a graceful now means of the the sitter's with the brazier of the duke's Louise-Diane charming work above d'Orleans as it is also earlier, 10).'7 her veil drapes of the due collection The from that of Detroit: to her right hand work residence, family to a painting, of material a gather is long, The and the description in that year with that number,56 work bis." 321 an Orleans Research princi tending (Fig. 11). to that seen of another in unknown Figure 12 Jean-Marc Nattier, Unknown Woman as a Vestal Virgin, 759; oil on canvas, 114.3 x 135-9-North 1 Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh. Purchased with funds fromthe State of North Carolina 29 This content downloaded from 128.175.13.10 on Fri, 1 Nov 2013 15:49:08 PM All use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions Virgin Bulletin of the Detroit woman Institute (Fig. exhibited as a vestal, 12) and today removal of which lery at the end the sitter and scenes which may well selves. The tecture: such have a sweeping the level also cornice, the circle altar, too, was the flame visible her lower much about giving cially on her proper raise an older painting right. The fuller, does ruled certainly out, and to Louise-Diane or, visually, Dupin Other found changes tion include the placement of the painting; bottom...
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