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Louis Bonaparte (1778-1846) was Napoleon's younger brother. He was the most delicate of the Bonaparte siblings, who would have daily seizures. He struggled with depression, helplessness, possible homosexuality and obsessive jealousy. He was also intelligent and insightful and interested in the arts. He was king of Holland for 4 years and took his responsibilities seriously and gained some affection from the Dutch.

Portrait of Louis Bonaparte King of Holland, - Jean Baptiste Joseph Wicar

GIRODET DE ROUCY-TRIOSON, Anne-Louis Portrait of Queen Hortense 1808 Oil on canvas, 61 x 50 cm Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Anne-Louis Girodet De Roucy-Trioson - Portrait of Queen The daughter of Josephine's first marriage, she had a sad personal history, driven by the fortunes and downfall of Napoleon. This portrait shows her in a fine silk gown in the Empire style.


Prince imperial Napoleon Eugene of France. Son of the deposed Louis Napoleon (Napoleon III)

Jacques-Louis David – circa 1803-1807,Study for 'the Coronation of Napoleon, Head of Josephine.

Jacques-Louis David – circa for 'the Coronation of Napoleon, Head of Josephine.

Lodewijk Napoleon Bonaparte - Wikipedia

Lodewijk Napoleon Bonaparte - Wikipedia

Hortense de Beauharnais with her sons.

Queen Hortense (de Beauharnais) of Holland with Princes Napoleon Louis and Louis Napoleon by Francois Gérard.

General Louis Desaix

Louis Desaix - Alchetron, The Free Social Encyclopedia

After Napoleon Eugene's death the Bonapartist faction in France supported his cousin, Victor, Prince Napoleon, as pretender to the throne of France. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

23 January 1914 – 3 May as Napoleon VI was the pretender to the Imperial throne of France of the Bonaparte dynasty from 1926 until his death.