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  1. Strikingly beautiful, elegant, and wealthy, with a distinguished family pedigree to match, Consuelo Vanderbilt was the doyenne of international high society. Boldini, one of the most sought-after portraitists of the day, reportedly asked to paint her when she was visiting Paris, finding her "divine."

  2. Consuelo Vanderbilt-Balsan (formerly Consuelo Spencer-Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough; born Consuelo Vanderbilt; 2 March 1877 – 6 December 1964) was an American socialite and member of the Vanderbilt family.

  3. Title: Duchess of Marlborough (Consuelo Vanderbilt) Artist: John Singer Sargent (American, Florence 1856–1925 London) Date: ca. 1905. Culture: American. Medium: Graphite on white wove paper. Dimensions: 11 3/16 x 7 13/16 in. (28.4 x 19.8 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Francis Ormond and Miss Emily Sargent, 1931. Accession Number: 31.43.1

  4. 8 de ene. de 2024 · Massive crowds surge forward, awaiting their glimpse of heiress Consuelo Vanderbilt. Just 18, the beautiful bride has not only arrived late, but in tears, yet her marriage to the aloof Duke of Marlborough proceeds. Bullied into the wedding by her indomitable mother, Alva, Consuelo loves another.

  5. 2 de mar. de 2009 · Boldini had painted many members of Consuelo's circle of friends and even some of her Vanderbilt cousins. Although Consuelo may have succumbed to the charms of Helleu, it was Boldini who was known to seduce his elite sitters.

  6. Consuelo (née Vanderbilt), Duchess of Marlborough (later Mrs Balsan) Sitter in 11 portraits. Consuelo Vanderbilt was the richest American heiress to marry into British aristocracy. Her mother, Alva, was ambitious for her daughter's marriage prospects and named her after Consuelo Yznaga, a childhood friend.

  7. Consuelo Vanderbilt (1876–1964), Duchess of Marlborough, and Her Son, Lord Ivor Spencer-Churchill (1898–1956) 1906. 218.4 x 170.2 cms | 86 x 67 ins. Oil on canvas.