Marie Leczinska Queen of France

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The Royal Spouse of the King Louis XV and her representations in art : paintings, sculpture, and even firebacks #art

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Marriage of Louis XV and Marie Lecszinka at chapelle de Fontainebleau on 5 septembre French school Versailles, French Royalty, Art Through The Ages, Rococo Fashion, French History, 18th Century Fashion, History Timeline, Architectural Antiques, Chapelle

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Marie Leczinska, antique cast iron fireback - Firebacks

This arched Louis XV style fireback from the 18th century is adorned with a portrait representing Marie Leczinska, queen of France, wife of Louis XV, inspired by a portrait of her done by Louis Tocqué and exhibited in the Louvre. The queen dressed in court clothes stands holding her royal crown by her side. She is set in decor of curtains, plants, and fleur de lys. Such decors were often used as frames for Royal portraits. A similar fireback is presented in the book by Henri Carpentier…

Testament of Queen Marie Leszczynska, dated June 1767 in Versailles. June 24, National Archives, Versailles, France, Queen, Paris, Montmartre Paris, Show Queen, Paris France

Testament of Queen Marie Leszczynska, dated June 24, 1767 in Versailles. National Archives, Paris.

Token of Queen Marie Leszczynska. The flip side of this token refers to the royal couple, the star representing Mary Łęczyńska and the sun, king Louis XV. Chinese Antiques, Mario, Coins, Sculpture, Queen, Bien Entendu, Revers, Couple, Metals

Token of Queen Marie Leszczynska. The flip side of this token refers to the royal couple, the star representing Mary Łęczyńska and the sun, king Louis XV.

Alexis Simon Belle, "Portrait of Maria Leszczynska" (wife of Louis XV of France), 1726 (Palace of Versailles) European Dress, European Fashion, French History, Art History, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, European Costumes, Luis Xiv, French Royalty

Portrait of Maria Leszczynska, oil on canvas, châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon by Alexis Simon Belle, circa 1730

Portrait of Maria Leczinska or Leszczynska (Trzebnica, queen consort of Louis XV King of France, painting by Jean-Marc Nattier Chambord, Castello Musee De La Chasse Et De La Nature Versailles, Luis Ix, Jean Antoine Watteau, Rococo Fashion, Royal Fashion, French History, 18th Century Fashion, 17th Century, France Photos

Marie Leszczyńska, Queen of France, Reading the Bible (1703–1768), by Jean-Marc Nattier. Kept at the Palace of Versailles, Dauphin's second antechamber

Jean Louis Tocqué — Portrait of Marie Leszczyńska Queen of France, 1740 : The Louvre Museum, Paris. Museum Paris, Louvre Museum, Hermitage Museum, Jean Antoine Watteau, Elisabeth I, Luis Xiv, Catherine The Great, 18th Century Fashion, Imperial Crown

Marie Leczinska

Marie Leczinska (1703-1768), princess of Poland, queen of France (1725-1768), daughter of King Stanislaw Leszczynski of Poland (later Duke of Lorraine) and Katarzyna Opalinska, born near Trzebnica, in Silesia. Stanislaw took care of his daughter's education whilst in exile, exile which led them to Stockholm, then to the principality of Deux-Ponts, and to Wissembourg in Alsace.In February 1725, young Louis XV fell sick once again and the prime minister of the kingdom, the Duke of Bourbon…

Monument containing the heart of Marie Leszczyńska, Queen of France 1770 at Notre Dame de Bon Secour in Nancy, France. Versailles, Architectural Antiques, French Art, Marie Antoinette, Ancestry, 18th Century, Garden Sculpture, Mario, History

Marie Leczinska

Marie Leczinska (1703-1768), princess of Poland, queen of France (1725-1768), daughter of King Stanislaw Leszczynski of Poland (later Duke of Lorraine) and Katarzyna Opalinska, born near Trzebnica, in Silesia. Stanislaw took care of his daughter's education whilst in exile, exile which led them to Stockholm, then to the principality of Deux-Ponts, and to Wissembourg in Alsace.In February 1725, young Louis XV fell sick once again and the prime minister of the kingdom, the Duke of Bourbon…

Marie Leczinska Queen of France, wife of Louis XV with her only son, the Dauphin Louis Ferdinand (father of Louis XVI). By Alexis Simon Belle Painted Castle of Versailles and Trianon Museum. Versailles, Marie Antoinette, Luis Ix, Bourbon, Ludwig Xiv, Princess Louise, French Royalty, Rococo Fashion, 1500s Fashion

Marie Leczinska

Marie Leczinska (1703-1768), princess of Poland, queen of France (1725-1768), daughter of King Stanislaw Leszczynski of Poland (later Duke of Lorraine) and Katarzyna Opalinska, born near Trzebnica, in Silesia. Stanislaw took care of his daughter's education whilst in exile, exile which led them to Stockholm, then to the principality of Deux-Ponts, and to Wissembourg in Alsace.In February 1725, young Louis XV fell sick once again and the prime minister of the kingdom, the Duke of Bourbon…

Jean-Baptiste van Loo, "Portrait of Maria Leszczynska" (wife of Louis XV of France), ca. 1725 (Palace of Versailles) French History, Art History, European History, Saint François Xavier, Jean Antoine Watteau, French Royalty, Jean Baptiste, Architectural Antiques, Royal Fashion

Marie Leczinska

Marie Leczinska (1703-1768), princess of Poland, queen of France (1725-1768), daughter of King Stanislaw Leszczynski of Poland (later Duke of Lorraine) and Katarzyna Opalinska, born near Trzebnica, in Silesia. Stanislaw took care of his daughter's education whilst in exile, exile which led them to Stockholm, then to the principality of Deux-Ponts, and to Wissembourg in Alsace.In February 1725, young Louis XV fell sick once again and the prime minister of the kingdom, the Duke of Bourbon…

Bernard II Van RISEN BURGH lacquer and Martin varnish Commode for Mary Leczinska's cabinet at Fontainebleau, delivered in (Stamped B. Architectural Antiques, Grand Palais, Entryway Tables, Louvre, Sculpture, Architecture, Mary, Museum, France

Marie Leczinska

Marie Leczinska (1703-1768), princess of Poland, queen of France (1725-1768), daughter of King Stanislaw Leszczynski of Poland (later Duke of Lorraine) and Katarzyna Opalinska, born near Trzebnica, in Silesia. Stanislaw took care of his daughter's education whilst in exile, exile which led them to Stockholm, then to the principality of Deux-Ponts, and to Wissembourg in Alsace.In February 1725, young Louis XV fell sick once again and the prime minister of the kingdom, the Duke of Bourbon…

Marriage of Louis XV and Marie Lecszinka at chapelle de Fontainebleau on 5 septembre French school Versailles, French Royalty, Art Through The Ages, Rococo Fashion, French History, 18th Century Fashion, History Timeline, Architectural Antiques, Chapelle

Marie Leczinska

Marie Leczinska (1703-1768), princess of Poland, queen of France (1725-1768), daughter of King Stanislaw Leszczynski of Poland (later Duke of Lorraine) and Katarzyna Opalinska, born near Trzebnica, in Silesia. Stanislaw took care of his daughter's education whilst in exile, exile which led them to Stockholm, then to the principality of Deux-Ponts, and to Wissembourg in Alsace.In February 1725, young Louis XV fell sick once again and the prime minister of the kingdom, the Duke of Bourbon…

A study of french decorative bookbinding in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries as well as certain Dutch decorative bindings in the eighteenth century. An in depth comparative study of gold tooling imprints as well as virtual reconstructions. Versailles, French Royalty, Marie Antoinette, Bookbinding, Coat Of Arms, France, Sculpture, Book Covers, Objects

Antoine-Michel Padeloup - the last fanfare

A study of french decorative bookbinding in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries as well as certain Dutch decorative bindings in the eighteenth century. An in depth comparative study of gold tooling imprints as well as virtual reconstructions.

Protrait of Marie Leczinska, Queen of France by Marie-Victoire Jaquotot, Louvre Museum French History, Art History, Jean Antoine Watteau, Madame Pompadour, French Royalty, Royal Monarchy, Miniature Portraits, Small Art, Art Graphique

Marie-Victoire Jaquotot, Portrait de Marie Leczinska, reine de France (1820)

Retrouvez les plus belles photos des œuvres d’art exposées dans les musées de France. Peinture, sculpture, dessin...