1873 Matilde de Aguilera y Gamboa, señora de Fontagud by Federico de Madrazo y Kuntz (Museo Cerralbo - Madrid, Spain)

This may be her genealogical sketch.

Upgrade image posted 7 September 2017 from pinterest.com/why1124/portrait/; spots removed with Photoshop. I believe the colors of this image are more faithful to the original than those of the image this replaced.

1873 Matilde de Aguilera y Gamboa, señora de Fontagud by Federico de Madrazo y Kuntz (Museo Cerralbo - Madrid, Spain) UPGRADE From pinterest.com:why1124:portrait: despot.sb-26b12601-WbABAn despot

The crinoline ancestry of first bustle period dresses is evident in the bodice, sleeves, and waistline of Sra. Aguilera y Gamboa's dress in this 1873 Madrazo y Kuntz portrait. Her coiffure is adorned with a large single jewel that, according to the ceres caption, is in Diana the huntress style. The caption identifies the dress material as black silk with tulle and lace flounces.

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