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File:Marie-Antoinette par Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun - 1783.jpg


English: Marie Antoinette of Austria, Queen of France (1755-1793)
Français : Marie-Antoinette d'Autriche, reine de France (1755-1793)
Русский: Мария-Антуанетта, королева Франции (1755-1793)
Deutsch: Erzherzogin Marie Antoinette, Königin von Frankreich (1755-1793)
Date 1783
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 276 × 193 cm (108.7 × 76 in)
Petit Trianon, Salle de billard
References Joconde database: entry 000PE008059
Source/Photographer Own work
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48° 48′ 56.12″ N, 2° 6′ 35.48″ E

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