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A Lady believed to be Maria Luisa di Borbone, daughter of Ferdinando IV, (1773-1802)


seated beside a column and red curtain background wearing a black striped grey satin dress with delicate lace collar and gold trimmed green bandeau in her curling blonde hair, mountains and lake in the background
in gilt-metal frame
She was one of eighteen children, of the future King Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies and his wife 's Archduchess Maria Carolina of Habsburg-Lorraine ; paternal grandparents were Charles III of Spain and his wife, Princess Maria Amalia of Saxony , while the mother was Francis I of Lorraine and Maria Theresa of Austria.
On 15 August 1790 she married her first cousin Archduke Ferdinand of Habsburg-Lorraine , Grand Duke of Tuscany.

The details above shows Maria beside a statue, it was painted by Tischbein, circa 1790.
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Period                 Late 18th century
Medium                 Watercolour on ivory,
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