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Edward Matthew Ward (1816–79) The last parting of Marie Antoinette and her son 1856.

Edward Matthew Ward (1816–79) The last parting of Marie Antoinette and her son 1856.

XIXth century, Conciergerie   Postumous portrait of the Queen in her Conciergerie's prison: Marie Antoinette received the extreme unction before her execution.

XIXth century, Conciergerie Postumous portrait of the Queen in her Conciergerie's prison: Marie Antoinette received the extreme unction before her execution.

On 5 October 1789 and angry mob of mostly women from Paris marched to Versailles Palace and try to invade the royal appartments. Their goal was to kill Marie Antoinette. They did not succeed, but when things calmed down the did force the royal family to come to Paris.  They were moved to the Tuilerien Palace where they would live under constant supervision until 13 August 1792.   During their stay at the Tuilerien the power of the monarchy declined.

On 5 October 1789 and angry mob of mostly women from Paris marched to Versailles Palace and try to invade the royal appartments. Their goal was to kill Marie Antoinette. They did not succeed, but when things calmed down the did force the royal family to come to Paris. They were moved to the Tuilerien Palace where they would live under constant supervision until 13 August 1792. During their stay at the Tuilerien the power of the monarchy declined.

Allegory of the coronation of Louis XIV with Marie Antoinette

Allegory of the coronation of Louis XIV with Marie Antoinette

Baader Louis-Marie, Musée des Beaux-Arts et d'Archéologie, Renees, France.   The last morning of Marie Antoinette.

Baader Louis-Marie, Musée des Beaux-Arts et d'Archéologie, Renees, France. The last morning of Marie Antoinette.

Kirsten Dunst. Film Marie-Antoinette

Kirsten Dunst. Film Marie-Antoinette

The Royal Family Of France In The Prison Of The Temple-Edward Matthew Ward

Edward Matthew Ward (1816 – 1879, English)

The Royal Family Of France In The Prison Of The Temple-Edward Matthew Ward

Hairdresser: Léonard-Alexis Autié (1751-1820)  He was Queen Marie Antoinette favorite hairdresser, he introduced spectacular objects in his hairstyles.

Hairdresser: Léonard-Alexis Autié (1751-1820) He was Queen Marie Antoinette favorite hairdresser, he introduced spectacular objects in his hairstyles.

Marie Antoinette and her children

Marie Antoinette and her children

Marie Antoinette in the P... Alfred W. Elmore

Marie Antoinette in the P... Alfred W. Elmore

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