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LOUIS XIV by the lost gallery, via Flickr

8 Louis XIV "le Grand", Roi de France et de Navarre by Claude Lefebvre,

Madame de Montespan, circa 1670's by Henri Gascard

Madame de Montespan, a Mistress of Louis XIV by Pierre Mignard studio (Bowes Museum - Newgate, Barnard Castle, County Durham UK)

Louis XIV (1666) Людовик XIV (1667); Коллекция Версаля,Jean-Baptiste Colbert (1619-83) Presenting the Members of the Royal Academy of Science to Louis XIV (1638-1715),Впослед.,король, бывая у св.фаворитки Лавальер,часто встречал Франсуазу и обр.внимание на ее остроумные выражения,непринужденные и жизнерадостные.Мало-помалу,Франсуаза снискала распол.Людовика XIV.Маркиза стала фавориткой короля в мае 1667. Живая,игривая,жеманная,она очаровывала св.присутствием.

64 (detail of Louis XIV) at the Académie de Sciences, 1666 in the large group portrait painting by Testelin.

Marie Thérèse of Austria.  Devoted wife to Louis XIV.  She died at Versailles at age 45, on July 30, 1683, just three months after the court was moved to Versailles.

1638 - Maria Teresa of Austria daughter of Felipe IV and Elisabeth of France.(Elizabeth was the daughter of Henri IV and Marie de Medicis). Unlike France, Spain did not have Salic Law. Theresa's brother Balthazar Charles died in

Louis XIV, roi de France, en 1666. Le roi est accompagné de son frère Philippe, duc d'Orléans (en rouge, à droite), et de Colbert (debout en noir, à gauche).

Louis XIV, roi de France, en 1666. Le roi est accompagné de son frère Philippe, duc d'Orléans (en rouge, à droite), et de Colbert (debout en noir, à gauche).

Louis XIV, roi de France, atelier de Mignard

Catherine, french and a girl in the wrong century and loves fashion Ps: I do not claim to own any of the images which I post.

Maurice Quentin de La Tour - Louis XV / Pastel by de La Tour

Mme de Maintenon

Madame de Montespan and her children by Louis XIV, 1677 by Charles de La Fosse

Possibly Monsieur, Philippe I duc d'Orléans, c. 1665,  attributed to Jean Nocret (1615-1672)

Monsieur, Philippe I duc d'Orléans, c. attributed to Jean Nocret

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