During the first part of the XVII century, Portugal and its empire where parat of the Spanish empire and once they got independent, they continued to follow the Spanish court fashion. Luisa de Guzmán/Luísa de Gusmão por és ñola
Dona Beatriz de Avis, Princesa de Portugal, Duquesa de Sabóia
book of stories and poems for Victorian children. published by Ernest Nister, 1892
LA INFANTA ANA MAURICIA DE AUSTRIA | Bartolomé González. 1615.
mid 1500's Isabel de Portugal attributed to Joos van Cleve (Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga - Lisboa Portugal) | Grand Ladies | gogm
Rainha de Portugal, Donna Maria Ana de Austria attributed to Pompeo Batoni (Palácio Nacional da Ajuda - Lisboa, Portugal) the lost gallery
Élisabeth d’Autriche, "Sissi"
1767 (before) Archduchess Maria Elisabeth by Martin van Meytens (Schloß Schönbrunn, Wien) | Grand Ladies | gogm
Princess Frederica Louise Wilhelmina of Orange-Nassau (1770 – 1819) was a hereditary princess of Brunswick; married to Hereditary Prince Charles George August of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (1766 – 1806).Frederica Louise Wilhelmina was the daughter of William V, Prince of Orange and Wilhelmina of Prussia, Princess of Orange. She had no issue and acted as a nurse to her consort, who was mentally restricted as well as blind.
CATHERINE OF BRAGANZA Oil on canvas Justus Sustermans or Justus Sustermans studio. Italy or Flanders 17th century
Maria I of Portugal (17 December 1734 – 20 March 1816) was Queen of Portugal, Brazil, and the Algarves. Known as Maria the Pious (in Portugal), or Maria the Mad (in Brazil), she was the first undisputed Queen regnant of Portugal.