1711(?) Jeanne Elisabeth Beauharnais by Nicolas de Largillière (Musée des Beaux Arts - Grenoble, Rhône-Alpes, France)

A genealogical sketch for her can be found here.

The Beauharnais family would come into prominence about a century after this Beauharnais was printed.

This is a re-posted image.

1711(?) Jeanne Elisabeth Beauharnais by Nicolas de Largillière (Musée des Beaux Arts - Grenoble, Rhône-Alpes, France)

Jeanne Elisabeth Beauharnais is luxuriously dressed in this de Largillière portrait from around possibly 1711. She wears a corset or under-bodice that comes up to below her bust with her chemise filling in above there, all under the vee-neckline of her red velvet gown.

Keywords:  1711, de Largillière,  Beauharnais family, Begon family, French, high piled curly coiffure, jeweled feathered headdress, trapezoidal neckline, modesty piece, lace, chemise, elbow length tapered sleeves, lining, engageantes, vee waistline, tabbed bodice

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