1820s Countess Marina Dmitrievna Gureva (1798-1871), daughter of DL Naryshkin and MA Chetvertinsky, favorite of Alexander I, since 1819, wife of Count Nikolai Dmitrievich Guryev (1792-1849) by ? (location ?)

Her genealogical sketch is here.

From Wikimedia. Also posted to the Russian Style in the French Revolutionary Era Album.

1820s Countess Marina Dmitrievna Gureva (1798-1871), daughter of DL Naryshkin and MA Chetvertinsky, favorite of Alexander I, since 1819, wife of Count Nikolai Dmitrievich Guryev (1792-1849) by ? (location ?) Wm

The skirt suggests this is from the earlier 1820s when skirts became more rigid. I cannot tell if she wears a necklace at her neckline.

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