Sophie-Philippine-Elisabeth de France (1744-1782), dite Madame Sophie Auteur : Vallayer-Coster Anne (1744-1818) (attribué à)
Madame Sophie de France (1734–1782) François Hubert Drouais (French, Paris 1727–1775 Paris) Date: 1762 Medium: Oil on canvas Accession Number: 64.159.1
Sophie Philippine Élisabeth Justine de France,fille de France (1734–1782) was a French princesse du sang, by J-M Nattier. She was the 6th daughter and 8th child of Louis XV of France and Queen consort Marie Leszczyńska. First known as Madame Cinquième, she later became Madame Sophie. Had little influence at court, died unmarried.
Louis-Gabriel Bourdon (1741-1795), 1745 by Louis Tocqué (1696-1772), (Musée de…
FERDINAND I of Austria (1503 – 1564), Archduke of Austria, Infante & heir of Castille, King of Hungary and Bohemia, later King of Romans, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire in 1558-1564.
Portrait Madame Lenoir, 1764, Joseph Duplessis Siffred (Paris, Musée du Louvre). The lady represented is the mother of Alexandre Lenoir, founder of the Museum of French Monuments.
Louise de Rohan June 28, 1761, her husband died, while hunting age(36). She(27) dont remarried but become mistress of minister Etienne François Choiseul she follows him into exile in castle Chanteloup.Css.Brionne was one of most beautiful women+most spiritual of latter ½ 18.century. At court of Louis XV, she is tied intimately with Mrq.Pompadour.Paris, she attended Geoffrin salon where she met Marmontel who praised him in his memoirs
Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun (1755-1842), Portrait de la comtesse de Béon, sur sa toile ovale d’origine, 92 x 72 cm. Frais compris : 689 700 €. Clermont-Ferrand, samedi 5 décembre. Anaf - Jalenques - Martinon - Vassy SVV. Cabinet Turquin.