Empress Elisabeth Christine (1691-1750), (maybe Empress Wilhelmina Amalia) by circle of Martin van Meytens (Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie - Warszawa, Poland)

This is not Elisabeth Christine in terms of dress and also her face. This is Wilhelmina Amalia.

From Wikimedia; removed large flaws, including around her jaw and spots and fixed places where the paint had been scraped off of the canvas as well as the edges with Photoshop. Also posted to her Subalbum.

Empress Elisabeth Christine (1691-1750), (maybe Empress Wilhelmina Amalia) by circle of Martin van Meytens (Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie - Warszawa, Poland) Wm removed larger flaws inc. jaw despot

The sitter’s coiffure with fripon curls and the jeweled Swiss belt are typical of turn-of-the-century aristocratic dress.

Keywords:  Wilhelmine Amalie von Braunschweig-Lüneburg, Kaiserin des Heiligen Römischen Reiches, Königin von Böhmen Kroatien und Ungarn, Wilhelmine Amalia of Brunswick-Lüneburg, Brunswick-Lüneburg family, Habsburg family, Empress, Austrian, high curly coiffure, jeweled headdress, chemise, modesty piece, jeweled vee neckline, flared full sleeves, jeweled Swiss belt, robes

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