According to Wikipedia and Geni.com, she was not the consort of the marquise de Narros, but the marquise. Spanish custom and law allowed female succession than possible elsewhere in Europe.
From pinterest.com/anavegamedina5/retratos-de-federico-de-madrazo-y-kuntz/; removed spots and flaws with Photoshop and filled in shadows to bring out details of dress. Also posted to the Iberian Style Between 1837 and 1870 Album here.
Marquesa Maria Josefa wears a pleated bodice adorned with a bow and a brooch with a chain and pendant. Her bodice is adorned with a column of bows.
Keywords: 1847, Madrazo y Kuntz, María Josefa Corral Suelves, Marquesa de Narros, del Corral y Suelves, Marquise, Spanish, straight coiffure, chemise, modesty piece, off shoulder straight neckline, fitted bodice, pleated bertha, bows, brooch, vee waistline, full skirt, handkerchief
Feb 12, 2017, 1:33 PM
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