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The promenade by Joseph Caraud. 1874.
In this painting, Caraud used almost the exact background for a previous portrait of the royal family at the queen’s hamlet and, judging by the profile of the woman on the left, it looks to be a portrait of Marie Antoinette and a friend (possibly the duchesse de Polignac?) taking a stroll through the grounds.
    vivelareine:

The promenade by Joseph Caraud. 1874.
In this painting, Caraud used almost the exact background for a previous portrait of the royal family at the queen’s hamlet and, judging by the profile of the woman on the left, it looks to be a portrait of Marie Antoinette and a friend (possibly the duchesse de Polignac?) taking a stroll through the grounds.
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    The promenade by Joseph Caraud. 1874.

    In this painting, Caraud used almost the exact background for a previous portrait of the royal family at the queen’s hamlet and, judging by the profile of the woman on the left, it looks to be a portrait of Marie Antoinette and a friend (possibly the duchesse de Polignac?) taking a stroll through the grounds.

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french architectural salvage decor. 
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french architectural salvage decor. 
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    french architectural salvage decor. 

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