ca. 1863 Elena Ivanovna, Countess Orlova-Denisova, then Countess Shouvalova (1830-1922), née Chertkova by Franz Xaver Winterhalter (Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York City, New York, USA)

Her father, Ivan D. Chertkov's, Russian-language Wikipedia article has this about her, "Helena (17.11.1830-1891) first marriage was married to Earl M. Orlov-Denisov (1823-1863); after his death in 1864, she married Count PA Shuvalov (1827-1889)." He was married to Elena ChertkovaHer second husband's Italian-language Wikipedia article states they had one child and that they separated.

From pubhist.com/w16234; upper part of left edge fixed with Photoshop and the image size was doubled.

ca. 1863 Elena Ivanovna, Countess Orlova-Denisova, then Countess Shouvalova (1830-1922), née Chertkova by Franz Xaver Winterhalter (Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York City, New York, USA) From pubhist.com:w16234 X 2

Countess Shuvalova's crinoline dress has at least two flounces and expasive engageantes. She may be wearing two wraps.

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