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Claire-Marie Mazarelli, marquise de la Vieuville de Saint-Chamond (born 1731 in Paris) was an 18th-century French woman of letters. Biography. The daughter of Angel Mazarelli, citizen of the city of Paris from Italy, and Marie-Catherine Mathée, she must defend in court in 1750 against accusations about her birth and manners. By contract from 1 June 1765, she married in Paris Charles-Louis ...
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Jeanne Antoinette Poisson, Marquise de Pompadour (/ ˈ p ɒ m p ə d ʊər /, French: [pɔ̃paduʁ] (); 29 December 1721 – 15 April 1764), commonly known as Madame de Pompadour, was a member of the French court.She was the official chief mistress of Louis XV from 1745 to 1751, and remained influential as court favourite until her death.. Pompadour took charge of the king's schedule and was a ...
Alice Tissot, Actress: Vaccin 48. Alice Tissot was born on January 1, 1890 in Paris, France as Alice Claire Marie Tissot. She was an actress, known for Vaccin 48 (1934), Pas sur la bouche (1931) and Le secret du docteur (1930). She died on May 5, 1971 in Paris.
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Around 1750 Madame de Pompadour's role as friend of the King became her solitary role, as she ceased her sexual relationship with the King.
Louis XV remained devoted to Pompadour until her death from tuberculosis in 1764 at the age of forty-two. Louis nursed her through her illness. Even her enemies admired her courage during the final painful weeks. Voltaire wrote: "I am very sad at the death of Madame de Pompadour.
Pompadour took charge of the king's schedule and was a valued aide and advisor, despite her frail health and many political enemies. She secured titles of nobility for herself and her relatives, and built a network of clients and supporters. She was particularly careful not to alienate the Queen, Marie Leszczyńska.
France suffered a defeat at the hands of the Prussians in the Battle of Rossbach in 1757, and eventually lost her American colonies to the British. After Rossbach, Madame de Pompadour is alleged to have comforted the king with the now-famous: "au reste, après nous, le Déluge" ("Besides, after us, the Deluge").
Madame de Pompadour. "Madame Pompadour" redirects here. For other uses, see Madame Pompadour (disambiguation). Jeanne Antoinette Poisson, Marquise of Pompadour ( / ˈpɒmpədʊər /, French: [pɔ̃paduʁ] ( listen); 29 December 1721 – 15 April 1764), commonly known as Madame de Pompadour, was a member of the French court.
Patron and participant in the arts. Madame de Pompadour, pastel by Maurice Quentin de La Tour, shown at the Paris Salon, 1755 ( Louvre) Madame de Pompadour was an influential patron of the arts who played a central role in making Paris the perceived capital of taste and culture in Europe.
Alice Tissot (1890–1971) Alice Tissot was born on January 1, 1890 in Paris, Ile-de-France, France as Alice Claire Marie Tissot. She was an actress, known for Pas sur la bouche (1931), Vaccin 48 (1934) and La maternelle (1933).
Infant Bacchus; engraving by Madame de Pompadour of a drawing by Boucher after an engraved gemstone by Guay c. 1755. Leda; engraved print by Madame de Pompadour of a drawing by Boucher, after an engraved gemstone by Guay c. 1755.
Madame de Pompadour has been depicted on screen in film and television on many occasions, beginning in 1924 with Paulette Duval opposite Rudolph Valentino in Monsieur Beaucaire. A biopic came out three years later called Madame Pompadour directed by Herbert Wilcox, in which she was played by Dorothy Gish.
Jeanne Antoinette Poisson was born on 29 December 1721 in Paris to François Poisson (1684–1754) and his wife Madeleine de La Motte (1699–1745). It is suspected that her biological father was either the rich financier Pâris de Montmartel or the tax collector (fermier général) Le Normant de Tournehem.
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