Finding Corona

Never leave the kingdom

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While I was searching for the previously posted portraits of Radziwill princesses, I came across these lovely paintings by French artist Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun. Her portraits are later in the eighteenth century than I’ve set the events in “Tangled,” but they give a nice sense of what the European nobility of the era looked like. From left are Anna Pitt, the artist’s daughter, Queen Luise of Prussia, and Russian Countess Catherine Vassilievna Skavronskaia. Had to share them…   

While I was searching for the previously posted portraits of Radziwill princesses, I came across these lovely paintings by French artist Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun. Her portraits are later in the eighteenth century than I’ve set the events in “Tangled,” but they give a nice sense of what the European nobility of the era looked like. From left are Anna Pitt, the artist’s daughter, Queen Luise of Prussia, and Russian Countess Catherine Vassilievna Skavronskaia. Had to share them…   

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