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Philippe de Champaigne, Le Cardinal Mazarin - Musée Condé, Chantilly.

Philippe de Champaigne, Le Cardinal Mazarin - Musée Condé, Chantilly.

Marie-Anne De Bourbon (1666-1739) with her dog and a parrot,  legitimised daughter of King Louis XIV of France and his mistress Athénaïs, Louise de La Vallière, 1600s - by Pierre Mignard (French artist, 1612-1695)

Mademoiselle de Blois, by Pierre Mignard Marie Anne de Bourbon 1666 – 1739 was the eldest legitimised daughter (fille légitimée de France) of King Louis XIV of France and his mistress Madame de Montespan.

Louis XIV and his brother, Pilippe de France, duc d'Orleans, 1740's, French school

Breeching (boys) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia King Louis XIV and his brother, Duc D' Orleans 2

Philippe Vignon 1638-1701 - the two surviving daughters of Madame de Montespan and Louis XIV - the blonde, Francoise-Marie de Bourbon, Duchesse d'Orléans, 2nde Mademoiselle de Blois (1677-1749)  and Louise-Francoise de Bourbon, Mademoiselle de Nantes, Duchesse de Bourbon (1673-1743)

Daughters of Louis XIV and Mme. de Montespan: Louise Francoise, Princesse de Conde (the elder of the on the right, Francoise Marie, Duchesse d'Orleans on the left. Reinette: Illegitimate Offspring of Royalty

Cardinal de Richelieu, 1633-40 - Philippe de Champaigne

This is Cardinal Richelieu He was the French minister during the reign of Louis XIII. He had a strong impact on the king, and he knew how to use it. Richelieu established the administrative system to strengthen royal control.

MARQUISE DE MONTESPAN (1641-1707), Francoise-Athénaïs de Rouchechouart-Mortemart,  17th C, attributed to either Louis de Chatillon or Pierre Mignard

Madame De Montespan photo and image search. Search six million images spanning more than years of world history, from before the Stone Age to the dawn of the Space Age and find the perfect picture for your project from Granger.

Presumed to be madame de Montespan playing the harp, 1671 by Caspar Netscher (1639-1684)

Presumed to be madame de Montespan playing the harp, 1671 by Caspar Netscher

Medieval Art: August in Les Tres Riches Heures | You're History!

Medieval Art: August in Les Tres Riches Heures

August - A richly dressed horseman, wearing a white hood and bearing a falcon on his fist, leads two couples hawking. Limbourg Brothers from the Book of Hours

Le grand  roi  Louis  xiv

8 Louis XIV "le Grand", Roi de France et de Navarre by Claude Lefebvre,

Louise de La Vallière, Jean Nocret, 1661

La semaine Louis XIV – Ve partie – Poèmes célèbres – Français-Allemand

Armand de Rohan 1674-1749 was bishop of Strasbourg in 1704, Cardinal in 1712 then grand almoner of France in 1713. He was the son of Anne de Rohan-Chabot. It has been strongly suggested that he was Louis XIV's son.

Armand Gaston Maximilien, prince de Rohan-Soubise Cardinal de Strasbourg, presumed to be the natural son of Anne de Rohan-Chabot princesse de Soubise and Louis XIV, although he was not officially recognized by the King. 1710 by Hyacithe Rigaud.

Gaston of France,Duke of Orléans by Anthony van Dyck(Musée Condé)-В 1626 Гастон женился на богат.герц.де Монпансье(1605-1627),правнучке 1-го герцога Монпансье.В 1632 после смерти 1й жены-на Маргарите Лотарингской (1615- 1672),сестре Карла IV.После смерти брата в 1643 назн.наместником корол-ва (но регентшей стала вдова Анна Австр.), команд.войсками гос-ва против Испании.Но в 1650-е,во вр.фронды,пост.переходил с одн.стороны на др.Мазарини приказал выслать его в Блуа,где Гастон и умер.

Gaston de France, Duke of Orléans, by Sir Anthony van Dyck. In the first half of the century, men wore the falling band collar.

Adelaide de Bourgogne and Courtiers on Horseback ,det.

Marie-Adelaide de Savoie, duchesse de Bourgogne detail of the painting by Martin-Pierre Denis

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