Louis-Philippe I., König von Frankreich

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Basic data

  1. Louis-Philippe, Herzog von Orléans Alternative Names
  2. October 6, 1773 in Paris
  3. August 26, 1850 in Claremont House
  4. Paris

Iconography

(Source: Wikimedia)
(Source: Wikimedia)
Portrait of Louis Philippe, Duke of Chartres (known as Philippe Égalité) in ceremonial robes of the Order of the Holy Spirit by Antoine François Callet (Source: Wikimedia)
Louis Philippe, Duke of Chartres in 1792 by Léon Cogniet (Source: Wikimedia)
General Dumouriez, by Jean-Sébastien Rouillard (Source: Wikimedia)
During his exile, Louis Philippe was a teacher of geography, history, mathematics and modern languages, at a boys' boarding school in Reichenau, Switzerland. (Source: Wikimedia)
Louis Philippe struck up a lasting friendship with Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn, and moved to England, where he remained from 1800 to 1815. (Source: Wikimedia)
Maria Amalia, Duchess of Orléans with her son Ferdinand Philippe (Source: Wikimedia)
The Duke of Orleans in uniform as a Colonel-General of the Hussars in 1817 (Source: Wikimedia)
Louis-Philippe d'Orléans leaving the Palais-Royal to go to the city hall, 31 July 1830, two days after the July Revolution (Source: Wikimedia)
King Louis-Philippe I taking the oath to keep the Charter of 1830 on 9 August 1830 (Source: Wikimedia)
Louis-Philippe (1773–1850), Roi Bourgeois by Eugène Lami (Source: Wikimedia)
Queen Victoria arrives at the Château of Eu during her visit in 1843 (Source: Wikimedia)
Review of the National Guard, attack of Fieschi, 28 July 1835 by Eugène Lami (Source: Wikimedia)
Famous 1831 caricature of Louis Philippe turning into a pear mirrored the deterioration of his popularity (Honoré Daumier, after Charles Philipon, who was jailed for the original) (Source: Wikimedia)
Alphonse de Lamartine in front of the Town Hall of Paris rejects the red flag on 25 February 1848, during the February 1848 Revolution (Source: Wikimedia)
View of Port Louis-Philippe, the oldest French colony in the South Pacific, often referred to nowadays by its indigenous name Akaroa (Source: Wikimedia)
Bildnis des Louis Philipp, 1801/1850 (Quelle: Digitaler Portraitindex)
Bildnis des Ludwig Philipp I. K�nig der Franzosen, Fran ois G rard - 1830/1853 (Quelle: Digitaler Portraitindex)
Bildnis des Louis Philipp d'Orl�ans, 1840 (Quelle: Digitaler Portraitindex)
Bildnis Louis Philippe (d'Orl�ans), K�nig der Franzosen (reg. 1830-48), Fran ois G rard -  (Quelle: Digitaler Portraitindex)
Bildnis Louis Philippe (d'Orl�ans), K�nig der Franzosen (reg. 1830-48),  (Quelle: Digitaler Portraitindex)
Bildnis Louis Philippe (d'Orl�ans), K�nig der Franzosen (reg. 1830-48), C cilie Brand -  (Quelle: Digitaler Portraitindex)
Bildnis Louis Philippe (d'Orl�ans), K�nig der Franzosen (reg. 1830-48), Emma Matthieu -  (Quelle: Digitaler Portraitindex)
Bildnis Louis Philippe (d'Orl�ans), K�nig der Franzosen (reg. 1830-48), Antoine Maurin -  (Quelle: Digitaler Portraitindex)
Dargestellter: Louis-Philippe I. von Frankreich Künstler: François Séraphin Delpech (Quelle: Trierer Porträtdatenbank)
Dargestellter: Louis-Philippe I. von Frankreich Künstler: keine Angabe Startseite Projekt Kontakt Links Beacon UBT (Quelle: Trierer Porträtdatenbank)

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