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"Catherine de Medici: A Glimpse into the Life of a Powerful Queen" Step back in time and immerse yourself in the opulent world Medici

Background imageCatherine De Collection: View of the dome of the Palace of the Tuilleries, from Various views of remarkable pla

View of the dome of the Palace of the Tuilleries, from Various views of remarkable places in Italy and France (Diverses vues d endroits remarquables d Italie et de France), 1649-51

Background imageCatherine De Collection: The palace of Catherine de Medici, called the Tuilleries, from Various views of remark

The palace of Catherine de Medici, called the Tuilleries, from Various views of remarkable places in Italy and France (Diverses vues d endroits remarquables d Italie et de France), 1649-51

Background imageCatherine De Collection: The Tuileries Garden, 1680. 1680. Creator: Adam Perelle

The Tuileries Garden, 1680. 1680. Creator: Adam Perelle
The Tuileries Garden, 1680

Background imageCatherine De Collection: Reception Room of Catherine de Medicis, palace of Fontainebleau, France, 1889. Creator

Reception Room of Catherine de Medicis, palace of Fontainebleau, France, 1889. Creator
Reception Room of Catherine de Medicis, palace of Fontainebleau, France, 1889. The apartments of Catherine de Medici (1519-1589), queen of France. Stereocard. [J F Jarvis, Washington DC, USA, 1889]

Background imageCatherine De Collection: Bedroom of Catherine de Medicis, Palace of Fontainebleau, France, 1901. Creator

Bedroom of Catherine de Medicis, Palace of Fontainebleau, France, 1901. Creator
Bedroom of Catherine de Medicis, Palace of Fontainebleau, France, 1901. The apartments of Catherine de Medici (1519-1589), queen of France. Stereocard by Underwood & Underwood

Background imageCatherine De Collection: Paris. - Les Tuileries. - LL, c1910. Creator: Unknown

Paris. - Les Tuileries. - LL, c1910. Creator: Unknown
Paris. - Les Tuileries. - LL, c1910. Created by Catherine de Medici as the garden of the Tuileries Palace in 1564. From " Paris - Album Artistique", by. [Imp

Background imageCatherine De Collection: Katharina De Medici, (1933). Creator: Unknown

Katharina De Medici, (1933). Creator: Unknown
Katharina De Medici, (1933). Portrait of Catherine de Medici (1519-1589), Queen of France, wife of Henry II and regent on behalf of their sons Francis II, Charles IX and Henry III

Background imageCatherine De Collection: Catherine de Medici, Queen of Henry II of France, c16th century (1894). Artist: Thomas de Leu

Catherine de Medici, Queen of Henry II of France, c16th century (1894). Artist: Thomas de Leu
Catherine de Medici (1519-1589), Queen of Henry II of France and regent on behalf of their sons Francis II, Charles IX and Henry III, c16th century (1894)

Background imageCatherine De Collection: Francois Duc D Alencon, c1900. Artist: Gunst

Francois Duc D Alencon, c1900. Artist: Gunst
Francois Duc D Alencon, c1900. Francis, Duke of Anjou and Alencon (1555-1584), youngest son of Henry II of France and Catherine de Medici

Background imageCatherine De Collection: Astronomique Discours, 1557 (1947)

Astronomique Discours, 1557 (1947). A copy dedicated to Catherine de Medici bearing the monogram of Henry II and Catherine de Medici. From The Art of the French Book, edited by Andre Lejard

Background imageCatherine De Collection: The Astrological Column of Catherine de Medici, 1915. Artist: Herbert Hillier

The Astrological Column of Catherine de Medici, 1915. Artist: Herbert Hillier
The Astrological Column of Catherine de Medici, 1915. From Paris Past and Present. [London Offices of the Studio, London, 1915]

Background imageCatherine De Collection: Catherine de Medicis, 1898

Catherine de Medicis, 1898. A print from Les Francais Illustres, by Gustave Demoulin, Hachette, Paris, 1898

Background imageCatherine De Collection: Catherine de Medici, Queen of France, (1519-1589)

Catherine de Medici, Queen of France, (1519-1589). Italian-born Catherine de Medici was Queen of France as the wife of King Henry II of France

Background imageCatherine De Collection: Portrait of Francois de Valois, Duke of Alencon, late 1560s. Artist: French Master

Portrait of Francois de Valois, Duke of Alencon, late 1560s. Artist: French Master
Portrait of Francois de Valois, Duke of Alencon, late 1560s. Francis, Duke of Anjou and Alencon (1555-1584) was the youngest son of Henry II of France and Catherine de Medici

Background imageCatherine De Collection: Political Assembly for Catherine de Medici, 1854-1855. Artist: Gerard de Nerval

Political Assembly for Catherine de Medici, 1854-1855. Artist: Gerard de Nerval
Political Assembly for Catherine de Medici, 1854-1855

Background imageCatherine De Collection: The Colloquy of Poissy in 1561, c1855-1912. Artist: Tony Robert-Fleury

The Colloquy of Poissy in 1561, c1855-1912. Artist: Tony Robert-Fleury
The Colloquy of Poissy in 1561, c1855-1912

Background imageCatherine De Collection: Bust profile portrait Catherine de Medici ornamented frame

Bust profile portrait Catherine de Medici ornamented frame
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"Catherine de Medici: A Glimpse into the Life of a Powerful Queen" Step back in time and immerse yourself in the opulent world Medici, one of history's most influential queens. From the magnificent dome of the Palace of Tuileries to various remarkable views, her legacy is etched into every corner. The grandeur of the Palace of Fontainebleau unveils itself as you step into Catherine's Reception Room. Transported to 1889, you can almost feel her presence lingering amidst intricate tapestries and exquisite furnishings. Continue your journey through time as you enter Catherine's Bedroom at Fontainebleau. The year is now 1901, and this room whispers tales of secrets and power that once consumed this formidable queen. Venturing outside, discover the enchanting Tuileries Garden captured by Adam Perelle in 1680. Its beauty remains timeless, offering a serene escape from bustling Parisian life even today. Delve deeper into Catherine's life with portraits that depict her regal allure. "Katharina De Medici" immortalizes her grace in 1933 while Thomas de Leu captures her elegance as Queen alongside Henry II in the c16th century. Not only did Catherine leave an indelible mark on France but also on those closest to her. Francois Duc D Alencon stands tall in Gunst's portrait from c1900 - a testament to their enduring bond despite political complexities. Uncover another facet of Catherine's interests with "Astronomique Discours" from 1557 - a fascinating glimpse into her passion for astrology and its influence on courtly affairs. However, not all aspects were glamorous; history remembers St Bartholomew’s Day Massacre depicted by G Dory in 1882-1884. This tragic event marred Catherine’s reign but serves as a reminder that even powerful rulers are not immune to the complexities of history.