Wedding clothing of the future Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, 1770, French school

Wedding clothing of the future Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, 1770, French school

A painting of Marie Antoinette, 1791, Alexandre Kucharski, unfinished and damaged by a pike during the French Revolution.

Marie Antoinette Image Gallery

A painting of Marie Antoinette, 1791, Alexandre Kucharski, unfinished and damaged by a pike during the French Revolution.

Marie Antoinette's carriage.

Marie Antoinette's carriage.

Watercolor fantasy illustration of an 18th-century period costume. Signed "Esther Wynn, 1940." Unframed. Tape residue on back edges, 11.0ʺW × 15.0ʺH.

1940's Period Costume Watercolor

Watercolor fantasy illustration of an 18th-century period costume. Signed "Esther Wynn, 1940." Unframed. Tape residue on back edges, 11.0ʺW × 15.0ʺH.

Vintage ‘Marie Antoinette’ post card

Vintage ‘Marie Antoinette’ post card

The Hameau de la Reine Marie Therese & Louis Charles with temple of Love in background, 1788.

The Hameau de la Reine Marie Therese & Louis Charles with temple of Love in background, 1788.

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Marie-Antoinette's Automaton: This elegant lady – known as La Joueuse de tympanon (The Dulcimer Player) – is stunningly beautiful. Made in Germany by clockmaker Peter Kintzing and cabinetmaker David Roentgen, this automaton was presented to Queen Marie-Antoinette in 1785. The queen was enchanted, bought the piece at once, and had it placed in the Academy of Science.

Marie-Antoinette's Automaton: This elegant lady – known as La Joueuse de tympanon (The Dulcimer Player) – is stunningly beautiful. Made in Germany by clockmaker Peter Kintzing and cabinetmaker David Roentgen, this automaton was presented to Queen Marie-Antoinette in 1785. The queen was enchanted, bought the piece at once, and had it placed in the Academy of Science.

Vivien Leigh as Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Old Vic Theatre in London.

Vivien Leigh as Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Old Vic Theatre in London.

Maria Teresa, ou, Madame Royale, era a primogênita do rei Luís XVI e da rainha Maria Antonieta. Ela nasceu em 1778 e morreu em 1851. Após a morte dos pais, ela fora libertada, entre um acordo entre Áustria e França, aos 19 anos. No exílio, casou-se com o primo, o duque d'Angoulême. Alguns histotiadores dizem que ela foi, durante 20minutos, Rainha-consorte de França e Navarra, período entre a abdicação de seu sogro, Carlos X e aabdicação de seu marido, cujo título de Luís XIX é contestado.jpg

Maria Teresa, ou, Madame Royale, era a primogênita do rei Luís XVI e da rainha Maria Antonieta. Ela nasceu em 1778 e morreu em 1851. Após a morte dos pais, ela fora libertada, entre um acordo entre Áustria e França, aos 19 anos. No exílio, casou-se com o primo, o duque d'Angoulême. Alguns histotiadores dizem que ela foi, durante 20minutos, Rainha-consorte de França e Navarra, período entre a abdicação de seu sogro, Carlos X e aabdicação de seu marido, cujo título de Luís XIX é contestado.jpg

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