Marie Tussaud


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French modeler (resident in England after 1802) who made wax death masks of prominent victims of the French Revolution and toured Britain with her wax models

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Marie Tussaud was born in 1761 in Strasbourg, France.
This biography sets out to rescue Marie Tussaud from her reputation as nothing more than a showman.
Apart from the Tussaud archives, which this author has not used, we know little about Marie Tussaud (1761-1850), and although this book includes substantial background and counterfactual musing, nothing more is added to the biographical narrative.
Dans Monstrous Imagination, Marie-Helene Huet, s'interroge sur les raisons du succes du musee de cire de Marie Tussaud au dix-neuvieme siecle.
1761: Madame Marie Tussaud, wax-works |modeller, was born in Strasbourg.
1761: Madame Marie Tussaud, waxworks modeller, was born in Strasbourg: after touring England in the early 19th century her exhibitions were established permanently in London.
Marie Tussaud (nee Grosholz; 1761-1850) served her apprenticeship as a wax sculptor in Paris with her `uncle' Philippe Curtius.
1761: Madame Marie Tussaud, wax works modeller, was born in Strasbourg.
1850: Death of Marie Tussaud, Swissborn modeller who established the world-famous waxworks near Baker Street, London, in 1835.
Marie Tussaud was eighty-nine and one of the nineteenth century's most successful career women when she died at her London home in Baker Street.
1850: Death of Marie Tussaud, who established the world-famous waxworks near Baker Street, London, in 1835.
1850: Marie Tussaud, the Swiss-born modeller who established the worldfamous waxworks near Baker Street, London, in 1835, died.
1761 - Madame Marie Tussaud, wax-works modeller, was born in Strasbourg
DECEMBER 1 1761 Madame Marie Tussaud, waxworks modeller, was born in Strasbourg.
1761 - Madame Marie Tussaud, waxworks modeller, was born in Strasbourg 1887 - Beeton's Christmas Annual went on sale.