Signed and, I believe, ID'd in red at bottom right, dated 1893, but I have not figured out the signature. Perhaps you can decipher it - if so, email and we'll add. I've owned this painting for many years. Beautifully composed and a portrait of her time, I've loved the palette, as well. She holds a popular (then) ostrich feather and shell fan and wears a red coral snake bracelet and on the other wrist, a woven hair art memento (mourning jewelry). The gown is high fashion of the era, as well. There is a calm to her and an elegance. A large painting, oil painting on stretched canvas, she is not in a frame. I love the Paris apartment habit of leaning paintings against the wall when the walls are full - she's ready, though, to hang with or without a frame. Full measurements noted on photos - 39" x 32", large!
Very good to excellent condition for age and type, I will point out immediately that there has been an effort at restoration of what may have been a hole or small tear at the chin of portrait. Not professionally done, it has an unusual patch visible from the backside, and the paint-over isn't perfectly done. I always thought I'd have it restored, but I've lived with her too long now and don't mind the signs of age.