1757 Anastasia Ivanovna, Countess of Hesse-Homburg, Princess Trubetskaya by Alexander Roslin (National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Australia)

There is a Wikipedia article for her brother, but not for her. The portrait appears to more famous than the person. Her brother (and presumably her) arose from Prince Ivan Trubetskoy, a Russian Field Marshal, and his Swedish mistress, Baroness Wrede.

From Wikimedia.

Countess Homburg wears a thoroughly French dress with serpentine ruching, a square neckline adorned with bows en échelle, and flared flowing engageantes.

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