3 July - 14 October. The Palace of Versailles presents a series of portraits of famous and lesser-known women associated with the Grand Trianon, the country retreat of the French king.
Three centuries of princesses, ladies of the royal court and women in the service of queens and empresses are depicted in the works of Gobert, Rigaud, Nattier, Gérard, Gros and Winterhalter.
The exhibition features influential and powerful women such as Louis XV's mother, the Duchess of Burgundy; and Napoleon's sister Pauline Borghese, as well as sovereigns such as Queen Maria-Theresa of Austria and Empress Eugénie of France.
12.00-18.30. Mon closed.