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Princess Louisa Maria Theresa Stuart (1692-1712), Daughter of James II

Sitter associated with 9 portraits
Louisa Maria was the daughter of James II, King of England, who was forced to flee the country in 1689. Born in exile in 1692, she was named Louisa in honour of Louis XIV, who had provided a home for the family of James II in the palace of Saint-Germain-en-Laye. Louisa died there in 1712, of smallpox.

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1658

Princess Louisa Maria Theresa Stuart

attributed to Alexis Simon Belle
oil on canvas, circa 1702-1706
On display on Floor 1: Lady Chesterfield's Room at Beningbrough Hall
NPG 1658

D31377

Prince James Francis Edward Stuart; Princess Louisa Maria Theresa Stuart

by and published by John Smith, after Nicolas de Largillière
mezzotint, 1699 (1695)
NPG D31377

D34723

Prince James Francis Edward Stuart; Princess Louisa Maria Theresa Stuart

by John Smith, after Nicolas de Largillière
mezzotint, 1699 (1695)
NPG D34723

D11539

Prince James Francis Edward Stuart; Princess Louisa Maria Theresa Stuart

by and published by John Smith, after Nicolas de Largillière
mezzotint, 1699 (1695)
NPG D11539

D31382

Princess Louisa Maria Theresa Stuart

after Nicolas de Largillière
line engraving, early 18th century
NPG D31382

D31383

Princess Louisa Maria Theresa Stuart

by Étienne Jehandier Desrochers, after Nicolas de Largillière
line engraving, early 18th century
NPG D31383

D31384

Princess Louisa Maria Theresa Stuart

by Nathaniel Parr, after Unknown artist
line engraving, mid 18th century
NPG D31384

D34733

Princess Louisa Maria Theresa Stuart

by Nathaniel Parr, after Unknown artist
line engraving, mid 18th century
NPG D34733

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