The paper presents the portrait of Natalia Suțu, donated to the Museum of the Romanian Literature in Iași, in 1980, by piano player Rodica Suțu. It is a large size portrait (145×106 cm), whose painter is unknown. Princess Natalia was the daughter of general N. Mavrocordat and she got married in Paris, in 1868, to prince Nicolae Suțu. The Museum of the Romanian Literature preserves references in the French press of the period regarding the wedding ceremony. It is in the same collection that we could identify the photograph used to create the easel painting of Natalia Suțu-Mavrocordat. The painting is a testimony of the westernization of the Romanian society, through the adoption of the white dress for brides, an older phenomenon in the Romanian Principalities, but whose generalization dates from about 1870.