Casa de Memoria's European furniture best fit this kind of motif like the 19th century Napoleon III
HAPPENED ON THIS DAY 1870: Emperor Napoleon III
, nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte, was deposed and the Third Republic declared in France, following the country's disastrous defeat in the Franco-Prussian War.
Synopsis: Considered one of the pre-eminent Napoleon Bonaparte experts, in "The Shadow Emperor: A Biography of Napoleon III
", historian and biographer Alan Strauss-Schom has turned his sights on another in that dynasty, Napoleon III
(Louis-Napoleon--20 April 1808 to 9 January 1873) who has long been overshadowed his more romanticized forebear.
Her attractiveness made French Emperor Napoleon III
fall in love with her and marry her in 1853.
(3) Napoleon III
proclaimed an egotistical Second Empire in 1852, only to see it go down to humiliating defeat in the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71.
The diamond is said to have graced the crown of Napoleon I, Napoleon III
and Empress Eugenie, among others, the Daily Mail reported.
Fontainebleau was the setting of the Second Empire court of his nephew Napoleon III
. The chateau is also home to the Ecoles d'Art Americaines, a school of art, architecture and music.
The case of Napoleon III
is one from which many lessons could be learned.
American publisher Christopher Forbes has brought his Napoleon III
collection of 2,000 art objects back to Paris for auction.
Describing France of the time of Napoleon III
, Marx, referred respectively to Napoleon I and to his nephew Louis Napoleon (Napoleon III
Sarasota, FL, December 13, 2015 --(PR.com)-- An important collection of French, Continental and Asian art and antiques including Napoleon III
bronzes, porcelain, sculpture and paintings; a Pablo Picasso colored linocut; and a Marc Chagall original artist's proof lithograph are among the featured items to be auctioned off Saturday, December 19, 2015, from noon to 4 p.m.
It also cemented a personal friendship that had developed between the Queen and the French Emperor, Napoleon III
After attending the Crimean War, the emperor of France, Napoleon III
will support Italy in battle with Austria, which yielded Lombardy and Venice in 1866.