ca. 1785 Présumé de la comtesse d'Angiviller attributed to Jean-Baptiste Le Tellier (Musée Cognacq-Jay - Paris, France)

This may be her genealogical sketch.

From parismuseescollections.paris.fr/fr/recherche/musee/musee-cognacq-jay-musee-du-xviiie-de-la-ville-de-paris-14/type/oeuvre.

ca. 1785 Présumé de la comtesse d'Angiviller attributed to Jean-Baptiste Le Tellier (Musée Cognacq-Jay - Paris, France) From parismuseescollections.paris.fr/fr/recherche/musee/musee-cognacq-jay-musee-du-xviiie-de-la-ville-de-paris-14/type/oeuvre

Compared to portraits made prior to the 1780s, the Countess is dressed casually. But the frills persist plus the large elaborate coiffure. She positions her fichu so as not to prevent seeing her décolletage.

Keywords:  1785, Le Tellier, Élisabeth Josèphe de Laborde, de Laborde family, Binet de Marchais family, de Flahault de la Billarderie family, comtesse Angiviller, Countess, French, high bouffant coiffure, ribbon headdress, fitted laced bodice, U-décolletage, lace-edged fichu, U-neckline, three quarter length close sleeves, lace engagegantes, vee waistline, full skirt

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