1783 Marie Antoinette holding a rose by Élisabeth-Louise Vigée-Lebrun (Versailles)
Vigée-Le Brun work may be the most well-known portrait of Marie-Antoinette. It was
quickly painted in an attempt to calm the controversy caused by the
"muslin portrait." Vigée-Lebrun painted many copies. Elements of the
"muslin portrait" are retained - she wears a hat and holds a rose
while wearing a bertha with two flounces and a skirt with two flounces.