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Caroline Bonaparte Collection

Caroline Bonaparte, a woman of elegance and power, is immortalized through various captivating portraits


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Caroline Bonaparte, a woman of elegance and power, is immortalized through various captivating portraits. In the engraving titled "Marie-Annunciade-Caroline Bonaparte, " her regal presence shines through as she gazes confidently into the distance. Another remarkable piece, "Portrait of Queen Caroline Murat, " showcases her delicate features sketched with meticulous detail in pencil on paper. The oil painting "Portrait of Queen Maria Carolina of Naples" reveals Caroline's transformation from a French princess to a queen, exuding grace and authority. A mysterious photograph simply titled "Caroline Bonaparte (1933)" captures her allure, leaving us intrigued by the unknown creator who captured her essence. In AE Anderson's work "Marie-Annunciade-Caroline Bonaparte, " created in 1896, we witness Caroline's timeless beauty radiating from within. Francois Pascal Simon Gerard's masterpiece depicts her strolling through the Bois de Boulogne as Queen of Naples and Sicily between 1820 and 1830. Multiple portraits bear witness to Caroline's multifaceted life: Princesse Francaise, Grand Duchess of Berg and Cleves; a title she held with pride. Each brushstroke in these paintings brings out different facets of her personality - strength, resilience, tenderness. One particularly touching artwork portrays Caroline alongside her daughter Letizia in 1807. Painted by Marie Louise Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun, this portrait encapsulates their deep bond as mother and child amidst their royal duties. Through these stunning depictions spanning decades, we catch glimpses into the life of an extraordinary woman who left an indelible mark on history – Caroline Bonaparte.