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[Portrait believed to be of Josephine, painted by  Appiani during her first voyage to Italy.] I've had very interesting comments on this blog from a reader in Russia, concerning Josephine. "La Rein...

Portrait presumed to be Josephine Bonaparte, 1799 (oil on canvas), Appiani, Andrea the Elder / Private Collection / Photo © Christie's Images / The Bridgeman Art Library

Josephine Bonaparte with her two children:   a son, Eugène de Beauharnais (1781–1824), and a daughter, Hortense de Beauharnais (1783–1837).

Josephine Bonaparte with her two children: a son, Eugène de Beauharnais and a daughter, Hortense de Beauharnais

Josephine after Francois Pascal Simon Gerard (Chateaux de Malmaison et Bois-Preau, Malmaison France)

Joséphine de Beauharnais the first empress of France, wife of Napoleon.

Josephine Bonaparte was originally named Rose de Tascher de la Pagerie. She was born on June 23, 1763 on an island named Martinique. Although her family was considered a noble on the island, they often struggled for money. Her father, Joseph de Tascher married her off in hopes of receiving more funds. Her first husband was named, Alexandre de Beauharnais, and was an officer and young noble.

ca. 1810 Empress Joséphine by Jean Baptiste Regnault (auctioned by Tajan) full removed spots from background and one spot on nose

Josephine de Beauharnais by Andrea Appiani. She was the caribbean wife of Napoleon.

Gli Arcani Supremi (Vox clamantis in deserto - Gothian): Josephine Beauharnais, la moglie di Napoleone

Empress Josephine de Beauharnais Bonaparte

Hand painted reproduction of Napoleons Farewell To Josephine painting. This masterpiece was painted originally by Laslett John Pott. Commission your beautiful hand painted reproduction of Napoleons Farewell To Josephine.

Josefina Bonaparte (1763-1814)Una mujer que nació en las lejanas colonias y llegó a París frunciendo el ceño ante aquel mundo extraño, terminó convirtiéndose en la emperatriz de los franceses. Coronada emperatriz en uno de los actos más fastuosos de la Francia post-revolucionaria, Josefina terminó siendo repudiada por el corso y viviendo una vida tranquila en su lujosa propiedad de Malmaison. Su belleza y su estilo marcaron una época.

Empress Josephine wearing the Emerald and Pearl Tiara, France (early c;

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