|Artist||René Gaillard after Francois-Adrien Latinville|
|Published||A Paris chez Petit, rue de petit Pont a Limage Notre Dame. [nd. c. 1747]|
|Dimensions||Image 399 x 285 mm, Sheet 415 x 294 mm|
A three-quarter length seated portrait of Louisa Ulrika of Prussia. She wears a crown upon her head, and her hair and dress are adorned with pearls. Above her head is a star, and in her left hand, she holds a sceptre. The portrait is framed by an architectural frame with the inscription: Nata D. 13 Julii M.DCC.XX. Nupta Adolpho Friderico succ. Princ.Haered die Augusti M.DCC.XLIV
Louisa Ulrika of Prussia, (24 July 1720 – 16 July 1782) was Queen of Sweden between 1751 and 1771 by her marriage to King Adolf Frederick, and queen mother during the reign of King Gustav III.
René Gaillard (c. 1719 - 1790) was a French engraver and publisher, who oten worked after Greuze.
Francois-Adrien Latinville (1705-1774) was a French portrait painter.
Condition: Trimmed with in the plate, overall surface toning, vertical and horizontal creases barely visibly from the front, and ipped to an album page.