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Empress Josephine de Beauharnais Bonaparte http://pinterest.com/christinaeilso/royal-crowns-tirare-s-and-jewelry/

Pauline, Princess Borghese, c. by or after Robert Lefèvre (French,

Empress Josephine by Hector Viger - shown wearing a pearl and carnelian parure

Portrait Of Empress Josephine by Jean Louis Victor Viger du Vigneau - shown wearing a pearl and carnelian parure

Eugène de Beauharnais- very young in this picture. He begins losing his hair early, and wears his hair combed forward, plus a military mustache to draw he eye away. He was effective on the battlefield, however, and did not seem prone to the marital difficulties of his mother nor his step-father, of whom he was fond, and to whom he was loyal.

Engraved portrait of Eugène de Beauharnais by Alix - c. 1805 Prince Eugene was Joséphine’s only son, whom Napoléon made Viceroy of Italy. He is seen here in his official uniform.

Marie Louise of Austria became Napoleon Bonaparte's second wife so that he might produce an heir.  Of her he said later in life, "I married a womb!"

Empress Marie Louise of France Napoleon's second wife with her son, Napoleon Francois Joseph Charles Bonaparte (King of Rome).

Caroline Murat. Napoleon's younger and power hungry-sister. Portrait by François Pascal Simon Gérard.

[Gold foliage tiara and parure, possibly grapevine, with pearls and grayish cabochons (lava?)] 1808 Caroline Murat outtake from family portrait

Portrait of Joseph- Napoleon Bonaparte Marie-Julie Clary born 26 of December 1771 to 7 of April  1845

Portrait of Joseph- Napoleon Bonaparte Marie-Julie Clary born 26 of December 1771 to 7 of April 1845

Caroline Bonaparte

Caroline Bonaparte-Murat by François-Pascal-Simon Gérard, 1808

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

ca. 1809 Pauline by Robert Lefèvre (Musee Nationale du Château de Malmaison, Rueil-Malmaison France)

Not "Empress Josephine - green velvet and white muslin dress with cameo belt of her and Napoleon in the cameos, diamond and cameo crown and tiara hair comb" tho it's a very nice description. Pauline Bonaparte, by Lefevre.

1826 Eugénie Hortense Auguste Napoleon de Beauharnais by Joseph Karl Stieler | Grand Ladies | gogm

Joseph Karl Stieler - Eugenie Hortense Auguste Napoleon de Beauharnais princess of Leuchtenberg, Daughter of Eugene de Beauharnais and sister of Josephine de Beauharnais who became queen of Sweden. Consort of Prince Constantine of Hohenzollern-Hechingen.

Empress Josephine of France wearing her sapphire and diamond necklace, divorced by Napoleon because she bore him no children - check out his last words!

1806 (estimated) Hortense de Beauharnais with her son Napoleon Charles Bonaparte by François-Pascal-Simon Gérard (private collection)

Hortense de Beauharnais with her son Napoleon Charles Bonaparte. Hortense de Beauharnais with her son Napoleon Charles Bonaparte by artist Francois Gerard. hand-painted museum quality oil painting reproduction on canvas.

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