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vivelareine: “ A portrait of Marie-Caroline, duchesse de Berry by Robert Lefevre. 1826. Marie-Caroline was the wife of Charles Ferdinand d’Artois, the youngest son of Charles X, or the comte d’Artois....

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1826 Duchesse de Berry by Robert Lefèvre (Musée des Beaux-arts de Rouen - Rouen…

Rosalie Julie Freiin von Bonar (1840) by Joseph Karl Stieler (1781–1858).

Rosalie Julie, Baroness von Bonar was born in Vienna, the daughter of a Moravian knight and a Polish countess. She married the British ambassador in Vienna.

Jean Joseph Vaudechamp (French-born New Orleans artist, 1790–1866) Mrs Antoine Julien Meffre-Rouzan

Jean Joseph Vaudechamp, Portrait of Mrs Antoine Julien Meffre-Rouzan, Louisiana State Museum, New Orleans, oil on canvas

Elisabeth Ludovika, Prinzessin von Bayern (* 13. November 1801 in München; † 14. Dezember 1873 in Dresden) war als Gemahlin Friedrich Wilhelms IV. Königin vonPreußen.

Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria November 1801 – 14 December was a Princess of Bavaria and later Queen consort of Prussia.

In the Swan's Shadow: Princess Josephine of Baden, ca. 1850

Princess Josephine Friederike Luise of Baden October 1813 – 19 June was born at Mannheim, the daughter of Karl, Grand Duke of Baden and his wife, Stéphanie de Beauharnais. Through her eldest son Leopold, she is the ancestress of the Romanian royal family.

Full Name: Elisabeth Ludovika Titles: Her Majesty The Queen of Prussia Born: November 13 1801, Munich Parents: Maximilian I of Bavaria and Caroline of Baden Married: November 29 1823, to Friedrich Wilhelm IV Died: December 14 1873, Dresden Burial Site: Friedenskirche, Sanssouci

Elisabeth Ludovika November 1801 – 14 December Princess of Bavaria and later, Queen Consort of Prussia. Daughter of Caroline of Baden. Died in Dresden while visiting her sister, Queen Amalie of Saxony.

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