Duchess Maria Elisabeth in Bavaria by Joseph Boze (auctioned by Sotheby's)

According to her Wikipedia article, Maria Elisabeth married in 1808. This could be a wedding portrait, but it was auctioned with a portrait of her husband dressed as a Restoration-era soldier. Their auction notes state it was one of the last portraits for Louis Alexandre Berthier who died in 1815. She was the daughter of Maria Anna of Zweibrücken-BirkenfeldThe Berthiers had one son, Napoléon Alexandre, and two daughters, Caroline Josephine and Marie Anne.

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Duchess Maria Elisabeth in Bavaria by Joseph Boze (auctioned by Sotheby's) Wm trimmed

Marie Elisabeth's dress is decorated with a bertha ending in a leafy or floral fringe. She wears a ferroniere and a tiara beneath her lace veil.

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