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Chateau De Malmaison Collection

Step back in time and immerse yourself in the elegance and grandeur of Chateau de Malmaison

Background imageChateau De Malmaison Collection: Campaign desk of Napoleon I, Chateau de la Malmaison, France, 1911-1912. Artist: Edwin Foley

Campaign desk of Napoleon I, Chateau de la Malmaison, France, 1911-1912. Artist: Edwin Foley
Campaign desk of Napoleon I, Chateau de la Malmaison, France, 1911-1912. A print from The Book of Decorative Furniture its Form, Colour and History, Volume II by Edwin Foley, TC and EC Jack Ltd

Background imageChateau De Malmaison Collection: Fashionable women enjoying the delights of Chateau de Malmaison. A saunter through the park in 1804

Fashionable women enjoying the delights of Chateau de Malmaison. A saunter through the park in 1804
5913039 Fashionable women enjoying the delights of Chateau de Malmaison. A saunter through the park in 1804. Handcoloured lithograph by R.V

Background imageChateau De Malmaison Collection: Josephine at Malmaison (colour litho)

Josephine at Malmaison (colour litho)
726013 Josephine at Malmaison (colour litho) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Josephine at Malmaison. From the painting by Realier-Dumas)

Background imageChateau De Malmaison Collection: Napoleon at work in the library of the Chateau de Malmaison, c. 1806 (pencil on paper)

Napoleon at work in the library of the Chateau de Malmaison, c. 1806 (pencil on paper)
996590 Napoleon at work in the library of the Chateau de Malmaison, c.1806 (pencil on paper) by Loeillot-Hartwig, Karl (1798-p.1841); BibliothAque Paul-Marmottan, Ville de Boulogne-Billancourt

Background imageChateau De Malmaison Collection: Death of Josephine de Beauharnais on 29th May 1814, 1829 (litho)

Death of Josephine de Beauharnais on 29th May 1814, 1829 (litho)
884576 Death of Josephine de Beauharnais on 29th May 1814, 1829 (litho) by Tirpenne, Jean Louis (1801-78); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageChateau De Malmaison Collection: The Empress Josephine in the park at Malmaison (colour litho)

The Empress Josephine in the park at Malmaison (colour litho)
726010 The Empress Josephine in the park at Malmaison (colour litho) by Prud hon, Pierre-Paul (1758-1823) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Empress Josephine in the park at Malmaison)

Background imageChateau De Malmaison Collection: Napoleon Bonparte and Josephine at a garden party in the grounds of the Chateau de Malmaison

Napoleon Bonparte and Josephine at a garden party in the grounds of the Chateau de Malmaison (colour litho)
725708 Napoleon Bonparte and Josephine at a garden party in the grounds of the Chateau de Malmaison (colour litho) by Job, pseudonym for Onfray de Breville

Background imageChateau De Malmaison Collection: The Temple of Love in the park at the Chateau de Malmaison (pencil on paper)

The Temple of Love in the park at the Chateau de Malmaison (pencil on paper)
996591 The Temple of Love in the park at the Chateau de Malmaison (pencil on paper) by Loeillot-Hartwig, Karl (1798-p.1841); BibliothAque Paul-Marmottan, Ville de Boulogne-Billancourt

Background imageChateau De Malmaison Collection: An Allegory of Empress Josephine as Patroness of the Gardens at Malmaison, ca. 1805-6

An Allegory of Empress Josephine as Patroness of the Gardens at Malmaison, ca. 1805-6

Background imageChateau De Malmaison Collection: Towards La Malmaison, northern France, c1914-c1918

Towards La Malmaison, northern France, c1914-c1918. Photograph from a series of glass plate stereoview images depicting scenes from World War I (1914-1918)

Background imageChateau De Malmaison Collection: The Empress Josephine in the Park at Malmaison, 1809, (1896)

The Empress Josephine in the Park at Malmaison, 1809, (1896). The Empress at the Chateau de Malmaison, near Paris. Josephine de Beauharnais (1763-1814) was the first wife of Napoleon I

Background imageChateau De Malmaison Collection: Josephine at Malmaison, 1896

Josephine at Malmaison, 1896. The Empress at the Chateau de Malmaison, near Paris. Josephine de Beauharnais (1763-1814) was the first wife of Napoleon I, and first Empress of the French

Background imageChateau De Malmaison Collection: View of the Palace of Malmaison from the Orangery

View of the Palace of Malmaison from the Orangery. Found in the Collection of State Hermitage, St. Petersburg

Background imageChateau De Malmaison Collection: The Empress Josephine Presenting her Children to the Emperor Alexander at Malmaison

The Empress Josephine Presenting her Children to the Emperor Alexander at Malmaison, c1839-1879

Background imageChateau De Malmaison Collection: Campaign office of Napoleon Bonaparte in the Chateau de Malmaison, France

Campaign office of Napoleon Bonaparte in the Chateau de Malmaison, France. From The Book of Decorative Furniture: Its Form, Colour, & History, Volume One, by Edwin Foley, publiished London 1910


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Step back in time and immerse yourself in the elegance and grandeur of Chateau de Malmaison. This historic residence, nestled in Rueil-Malmaison, France, has witnessed countless moments of opulence and romance throughout its storied past. Fashionable women adorned in exquisite attire stroll through the park, relishing in the delights that Chateau de Malmaison has to offer. As they saunter along the pathways, their laughter fills the air, echoing against the backdrop of lush greenery and vibrant blooms. A handcoloured lithograph captures this scene perfectly, a testament to the timeless allure of this enchanting estate. Within its walls lies Napoleon's bedchamber - a room steeped in history and intrigue. The Yellow Room exudes an air of regality as it stands as a silent witness to countless nights spent by one of history's most iconic figures, and is here that dreams were dreamt and decisions were made that would shape nations. In another corner of this magnificent chateau, Josephine herself graces us with her presence. A colour lithograph immortalizes her beauty as she wanders through the park grounds. Her grace is unmatched as she effortlessly commands attention wherever she goes. Napoleon Bonaparte himself can be seen hard at work within the library walls. Pencil on paper captures his focused expression as he delves into matters that would change destinies forever. The library serves not only as a sanctuary for knowledge but also as a testament to Napoleon's insatiable thirst for power. However, amidst all these tales of splendor lies tragedy too - Josephine's untimely demise marked by her passing on May 29th, 1814. An evocative lithograph from 1829 pays homage to her memory while reminding us all that even great empires are subject to loss and heartbreak. Garden parties held within these hallowed grounds bring to life the vibrant spirit of Chateau de Malmaison.