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Deutsch: Erzherzogin Marie Antoinette, Königin von Frankreich (1755-1793)
English: Archduchess Marie Antoinette, Queen of France (1755-1793)
Français : Archduchess Marie-Antoinette, reine de France (1755-1793)
Русский: Эрцгерцогиня Мария-Антуанетта, королева Франции (1755-1793)
Date 1778
Medium oil on canvas
Deutsch: 273 × 193.5 cm (107.5 × 76.2 in) Rahmenmaße: 290 × 211 × 8 cm (114.2 × 83.1 × 3.1 in)
Deutsch: Inv.-Nr. GG_2772

Provenienz: Das 1778 gemalte Bild wurde im Februar 1779 nach Wien gesendet.

Sig.: Peint par M^de le Brun âgée de 22 ans, en 1780 (Die Signatur ist nachträglich angefügt worden)
Italiano: Il ritratto inizialmente era destinato all' imperatore Giuseppe II, fratello di Maria Antonietta, poi la regina ne comandò altre due copie, un per l' imperatrice di Russia e l' altra per i suoi appartamenti a Versailles o a Fontainebleau.


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