Elisabeth of Bavaria, Empress of Austria (1865), oil on canvas, 255 × 133 cm, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna.
This portrait presents the empress in a romantic fashion, enhancing her reputation as one of the great beauties of her time.
The empress appears in a sensual pose with naked shoulders and turning her head towards the viewer. She is wearing a white satin and tulle dress dotted with silver foil stars and with diamond stars in her hair. This portrait is one of Empress Elisabeth's most iconic representations and one of Winterhalter's best known works.
Our Macarons stole Christmas!
We use chocolate ganache on the fillings. Ganache infused with natural fruit purées or nut paste.
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Paris Then and Now
Le Pont Louis Philippe, Paris, 1969 and today. The bridge looks younger; only the people age. Thanks to @ParisAMDParis for historic image by Jean Marquis.
Vacation In Paris
Evening at C Saint Martin
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Ethel Barge Trust
Visitors, Gwenaelle and Thierry came all the way from Paris, and they unexpectedly had a trip on our boat. Must be the first romantic kiss we’ve ever had on Ethel
Pola | Jetting Around
The calm last night before the storm today