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The estate of Saint-Cloud which belonged to Monsieur during Louis XIV's reign

The estate of Saint-Cloud which belonged to Monsieur during Louis XIV's reign

1697 (7 December) La cérémonie du mariage de Monseigr le duc de Bourgogne avec Mme la princesse de Savoye dans la chapelle de Versailles le gravure anonyme publiée chez Nicolas Arnoult | Grand Ladies | gogm

Philippe de France, Monsieur, duc d'Orleans grandfather of the…

Portrait Of Philippe De France, Duc D'Orleans (1640-1701), Circa 1665 (at 25 years)

Portrait Of Philippe De France by D'Orleans, Duc - Wall Art Giclee Print or Canvas

Arrière (après démolition de l'orangerie).

Arrière (après démolition de l'orangerie).

Queen Victoria's sitting room at Saint-Cloud, 1855. Queen Victoria wrote in her journal that she 'awoke to admire our lovely room…the ceilings are painted to represent sky'. The large desk at the centre is a famous roll-top bureau that had belonged to Louis XV.

Queen Victoria's sitting room at Saint-Cloud, Queen Victoria wrote in her journal that she 'awoke to admire our lovely room…the ceilings are painted to represent sky'. The large desk at the centre is a famous roll-top bureau that had belonged to Louis XV.

Chateau de Saint-Cloud (détruit en 1870) Pierre-Ambroise Richebourg (1810-1875) Cour d’honneur du château de Saint-Cloud, vers 1867-1868 Papier albuminé - 9,5 x 8 cm Collection particulière

Chateau de Saint-Cloud (détruit en 1870) Pierre-Ambroise Richebourg (1810-1875) Cour d’honneur du château de Saint-Cloud, vers 1867-1868 Papier albuminé - 9,5 x 8 cm Collection particulière

Monsieur in an obviously flamboyant outfit

Monsieur in an obviously flamboyant outfit

Chateau de Saint-Cloud (détruit en 1870) Pierre-Ambroise Richebourg (1810-1875) Galerie d’Apollon du château de Saint-Cloud, vers 1867-1868 Papier albuminé - 9,5 x 8 cm Collection particulière

Chateau de Saint-Cloud (détruit en 1870) Pierre-Ambroise Richebourg (1810-1875) Galerie d’Apollon du château de Saint-Cloud, vers 1867-1868 Papier albuminé - 9,5 x 8 cm Collection particulière

Philippe de France, Monsieur, duc d'Orleans (1640-1701), third quarter 17th century, school of Pierre Mignard (Chateau de Versailles)

A libertine in the Court Philippe de France, brother of Louis XIV and known as “Monsieur”

Philippe de France, Duc d'Orléans, aka Monsieur, brother of the king Louis XIV and his daughter Marie-Louise by Mignard.  Unabashedly effeminate and notoriously homosexual, he nonetheless fulfilled his dynastic duty by marrying twice and begetting several children. In fact, he was the founder of the House of Orléans, a cadet branch of the ruling House of Bourbon, and thus the direct ancestor of Louis Philippe I, who ruled France from 1830 till 1848 in the July Monarchy.

Philippe de France, duc d'Orleans, Monsieur with his favorite daughter Marie Louise (future Queen of Spain), circa 1670 by Pierre Mignard

Détails architecturaux à l'arrière gauche, au rez-de-chaussée.

Détails architecturaux à l'arrière gauche, au rez-de-chaussée.

The Reconstruct Saint-Cloud Association's 3D image of the reconstructed chateau

Re-creation of the Chateau de St. The chateau was owned by Louis XIV's brother, the duc d'Orleans. The chateau was destroyed by German shell fire during the Franco-Prussian War in The standing walls were razed in

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