1715 Marie Elisabeth Desirée de Chantemerle, comtesse de Hergh by Nicolas de Largillière (Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, Mount Holyoke College - South Hadley, Massachusetts, USA)

I cannot find information about her, although her family was ancient and lasted beyond her time.

From artmuseum.mtholyoke.edu/; filled in shadows and increased saturation and temperature. Also posted to the Louis XV - 1715 to 1774 Album here.

1715 Marie Elisabeth Desirée de Chantemerle, comtesse de Hergh by Nicolas de Largillière (Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, Mount Holyoke College - South Hadley, Massachusetts, USA) From artmuseum.mtholyoke.edu: shadows saturation temperature

The Countess wears her hair in small curls and a brocaded dressed wrapped around her, held by a jeweled clasp. She uses part of her wrap as a veil.

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