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Francis, Duke of Brittany. 1518-1536. first son of Francis I of France and Claude of France, Duchess of Brittany, daughter of Louis XII, King of France, and Anne, Duchess of Brittany. Died at the age of eighteen, no issue.

The Dauphin François, Son of François I by Jean Clouet, Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerp

Le dauphin François, fils de François Ier, huile sur panneau de Jean Clouet (1488-1541, Belgium)

CLOUET François - French (Tours circa 1515-1572 Paris) - The Dauphin François, Son of François I

3rd Child of Claude de France - Francis, Duke of Brittany (1518-1536) by Jean Clouet (1475–1540)

Jean Clouet - Portrait du Dauphin François de France - Huile sur panneau, 16 x 13 cm - Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Anvers artismirabilis.com www.artismirabilis.com/LYON/presse/revue-de-presse/2010/artis-mirabilis-sublime-l-art-a-Lyon_France-Webzine.html www.artismirabilis.com/LYON/presse/revue-de-presse/2010/suivez-les-guides_Lets-Motiv.html www.artismirabilis.com/LYON/presse/revue-de-presse/2010/le-cabinet-des-curiosites-culturelles_Rhone-Alpes-Tourisme.html

François Clouet (1510 – 1572, French), The Dauphin François, Son of François I

The Dauphin François, Son of François I by Jean Clouet

1525 The Dauphin François - Jean Clouet

JeanClouet: le Dauphin François

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A full length portrait of Claude, Queen consort of King Francis I. of France (reigned 1515–47), and Duchess of Brittany, the daughter of the French king Louis XII. and Anne of Brittany.

Claude de France - Claude and Francis I had seven children, two of whom lived past the age of thirty.

A full length portrait of Claude, Queen consort of King Francis I. of France (reigned 1515–47), and Duchess of Brittany, the daughter of the French king Louis XII. and Anne of Brittany. Britain's Black Royalty that has been white-washed to hide such a fact!

CLAUDE DE FRANCE (1499-1524) Duchesse DE BRETAGNE - Reine de France fron 1515 untill her death in 1524 When Francis became King in 1515, 2 of Claude's ladies-in-waiting were the English sisters Mary & Anne Boleyn, & another was Diane de Poitiers. Mary became the king's mistress before returning home in about 1519.

France XVI cent. - Catherine de Medici Date and artist unknown (I would guess late 1570 ...

Claude de France sister to Isabella queen of Spain, and Marguerite Queen of France

Claude de France (1499-1524) Duchesse de Bretagne, reine de France (1514) v

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Madeleine of France, also known as Magdalene of Valois, Queen consort of Scots. Lived 1520 –1537), first spouse of King James V of Scotland. Daughter of King Francis I of France and Claude, Duchess of Brittany (daughter of King Louis XII of France and Anne, Duchess of Brittany). Died of tuberculosis. Buried at Holyrood Abbey.

Madeleine of France (10 August 1520 – 7 July 1537), also known as Magdalene of Valois, was a French princess who became Queen of Scots as the first spouse of King James V of Scotland. Madeleine got sick with tuberculosis when she went to live in Scotland and died when she was only 16 years old. She is buried in Holyrood Abbey in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Madeleine of Valois- Queen consort of Scots Tenure 1 January – 7 July 1537 Spouse James V of Scotland House of Valois-Angoulême Father Francis I of France Mother Claude, Duchess of Brittany Born 10 August 1520 St. Germain-en-Laye Died 7 July 1537 (aged 16) Edinburgh, Scotland Burial Holyrood Abbey

Madeleine of France (10 August 1520 – 7 July 1537), also known as Magdalene of Valois, was a French princess who became Queen of Scots as the first spouse of King James V of Scotland.

Madeleine of Valois (1520 - 1537). Daughter of Francois I and Claude of France. She married James V of Scotland, but had no children.

7 July 1537 – Death of Madeleine of Valois | Madeleine was the daughter of King Francis I of France and Claude, Duchess of Brittany. She became Queen of Scots as the first spouse of King James V of Scotland, but died of tuberculosis just 6 months after her marriage.

Madeleine of Valois, Queen consort of Scots (1520-1537), the first wife of James V of Scotland and daughter of Francis I of France and Claude, Duchess of Brittany. Died of tuberculosis, and buried at Holyrood Abbey.

Madeleine of Valois (10 August 1520 – 7 July 1537) was a French princess who became Queen of Scots as the first spouse of King James V.

Madeleine, Queen of Scots (1520-1537) was the daughter of Francois I and Claude, Queen of France and Duchess of Brittany. Madeleine was the first wife of James V of Scotland. Her father opposed the match because he was worried that the frail Madeleine would be unable to handle the harsh Scottish climate, but when Madeleine and James fell in love, he relented. Soon after her arrival in Scotland, Madeleine, who had already contracted tuberculosis, died.

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Claude de France - Château de Versailles

Claude de France, épouse de François Ier - Château de Versailles

Det Kongelige Bibliotek NKS 165, 4° : « Les obfuscations du monde ». Une œuvre ignorée de l'organiste Jehan Daniel dédiée à la reine Claude de France († 1524) - Le manuscrit médiéval ~ The Medieval Manuscript

Il faut parler de madame Claude de France, qui fut très-bonne et très-charitable, et fort douce à tout le monde, et ne fit jamais desplaisir ny mal à aucun de sa cour ny de son

The Morgan Library & Museumfrom The Morgan Library & Museum

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Coat of arms of Queen Claude de France in the lower border (f°6, right). -- «Prayer Book of Claude de France», illuminated by the Master of Claude de France, Tours, ca. 1517.- Florimont I° Robertet construisit son chateau de Bury . Commencé en 1511, le chateau de Bury était à peu près terminé en 1515, à l'avénement de François I°, mais on put porter les chiffres du nouveau roi (F) et de la reine Claude (C) sur la face vers les jardins de la chambre haute au-dessus de l'escalier.

Coat of arms of Queen Claude de France in the lower border (f°6, right). -- «Prayer Book of Claude de France», illuminated by the Master of Claude de France, Tours, ca. 1517 [Morgan, MS M.1166].

Burial of St. Mark and Christ's Entry into Jerusalem, with the coat of arms of Queen Claude de France in the lower border, Prayer Book of Queen Claude de France, France, Tours, ca. 1517, MS M.1166 (fols. 5v–6)

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Claude de France, héritière du duché de Bretagne, est fiancée au duc Charles de Luxembourg (le futur Charles Quint), petit fils de l'empereur Maximilien (lui-même 1° mari par procuration d'Anne de Bretagne). Ce sont sa mère, Anne de Bretagne et le cardinal d'Amboise, qui promeuvent cette solution, Amboise cherche à faire pièce au cardinal de Gié qui soutient le mariage avec le duc de Valois, tandis que la reine veut éviter que son duché tombe entre les mains du duc de Valois qu'elle déteste.

Claude de France, (1499-1524) Queen consort of France and Duchess regnant of Brittany. 1st wife of Francis 1, King of France- by Corneille de Lyon.

Claude de France (13 October 1499 – 20 July 1524) was a princess and queen consort of France and ruling Duchess of Brittany. She was the eldest daughter of Louis XII of France and Anne, Duchess of Brittany. As the first spouse of François Ier (Francis I) of France, she was the mother of Henry II, and thus grandmother of the last three kings of the Valois line. Painting by Corneille de Lyon

Claude de France by Corneille de Lyon - Queen of France from 1514 - 1524 as wife of Francis I. Also Duchess of Brittany. She was Queen of France at the time of the Meeting of The Cloth Of Gold. She was the mother of Madeleine of Valois, the first wife of James V of Scotland.

1530-40 Claude de France (1499-1524) Duchesse de Bretagne, reine de France (1514) by Corneille de Lyon Corneille de Lyon (c.1500-75)

▴ Artistic Accessories ▴ clothes, jewelry, hats in art - Corneille de Lyon | Claude de France, Queen of France from 1514 - 1524 as wife of Francis I. Also Duchess of Brittany

Thought to be Claude de France (wife of king Francis I of France) by Corneille de Lyon. She looks like Marie de Guise, queen of Scotland.

Claude de France by Corneille de Lyon was the Queen of France from 1514-1524 as the wife of Francis I. She was also Duchess of Brittany. She was the mother of Madeleine of Valois, the first wife of James V of Scotland.

1530s or 1540s Queen Claude by Corneille de Lyon (Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moskva Russia) **This posthumous portrait shows Claude wearing a dress with the same features de Lyon portrayed on Anne de Pisseleu.

1530s or 1540s Queen Claude by Corneille de Lyon (Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moskva Russia) | Grand Ladies

Queen Claude De France ( Oct. 14, 1499, Romorantin, France— July 20, 1524, Blois), queen consort of King Francis I of France (reigned 1515–47), the daughter of the French king Louis XII and Anne of Brittany. On her mother’s death in January 1514, she inherited Brittany and, four months later (May 18, 1514), married Francis; on his accession to the throne the following year, Brittany was definitively joined to the crown of France.

Claude of France: le contrat de mariage avec le futur Charles Quint est signé le 10 aout 1505. Louis XII, très malade, craignant pour sa vie et ne souhaitant pas obérer le règne de son seul héritier, fait annuler les fiançailles au profit du jeune duc de Valois, le futur François 1°. Anne de Bretagne, furieuse de voir Gié triompher, déploiera toute son influence pour obtenir sa condamnation en lèse-majesté devant le Parlement du Roi.

Queen Claude of France

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[Portrait de princesse en pied. Elle porte un grand costume rouge brodé d'argent] : [dessin] - Claude de France duchesse de Lorraine

Claude de France duchesse de Lorraine

Claude de France

[Portrait de princesse en pied. Elle porte un grand costume rouge brodé d'argent] : [dessin]

Portrait de Claude de France réalisé trente ans après sa mort dans le Livre d'heures de Catherine de Médicis[1].: Claude de France entourée de ses 4 filles, Louise et Charlotte au 1° plan, Marguerite et Madeleine au 2° plan, avec Eleonore de Habsbourg au dernier plan.

Claude of France - mother and daughters from the Book of Hours of Catherine de'Medici. Including: Charlotte of Valois (bottom left), Madeleine of Valois (back right)

Claude, Queen of France, her daughters Charlotte, Madeleine and Marguerite, her sister Renée, and Eleanor of Austria, in Catherine de Medici's Book of Hours.

Interesting reading about Claude de France (1499-1524), her daughters (Charlotte, Madeleine and Marguerite), her sister Renée and Eleonore of Habsbourg, in Livre d'heures de Catherine de Medicis.

Claude de France (1499-1524) and her daughters (Louise, Charlotte, Madeleine and Marguerite) and Eleonore of Habsbourg

Claude of France surrounded by her daughters (Charlotte, Madeleine and Marguerite), her sister Renée (or her deceased older daughter Louise) and her husband's second wife Eleanor of Austria, in the Livre d'heures de Catherine de Medicis, 1550.

Claude Duchess of Brittany Reign 9 January 1514 – 20 July 1524 Queen consort of France Tenure 1 January 1515 – 20 July 1524 Spouse Francis I of France Issue (surviving) Charlotte of Valois- Francis III, Duke of Brittany- Henry II of France- Madeleine, Queen of Scots- Charles, Duke of Orléans- Margaret, Duchess of Savoy House House of Valois Father Louis XII of France Mother Anne, Duchess of Brittany Born 13 October 1499 Romorantin-Lanthenay Died 20 July 1524 (aged 24)

Claude de France (1499-1524). Spouse of Francis I of France, Queen consort from 1 January 1515 to 20th July 1524. Francis I became king when Louis XII died, leaving Mary Tudor a widow. Anne Boleyn had attended Mary Tudor but stayed on in Claude's household at the French Court following Mary Tudor's return to England. Anne served as Claude's translator whenever there were English visitors. Anne Boleyn would have been aware that Francis I indulged himself with many mistresses.

Claude de France (1499-1524) - Claude of France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Artist Unknown-Claude(1499+1524)+daughters (Charlotte, Madeleine ,Marguerite)+sister Renée (or daughter Louise) and her husband's 2.wife Eleanor of Austria- Livre d'heures de Catherine de Medicis, 1550.Bibliothèque nationale de France-children:-Louise (1515+1517)-engaged to Charles I of Spain+ Charlotte (1516+ 1524) engaged to Charles I of Spain from 1518-24+ Francis (1518+1536), who succeeded Claude as Duke of Brittany, but died unmarried and childless+Henry II. (1519+ 1559), who succeeded Francis I as King married Catherine de' Medici+Madeleine(1520+ 1537), who married James V of Scotland and had no issue+Charles (1522+1545), who died unmarried and childless+Margaret (1523+1574), who married Emmanuel Philibert, Duke of Savoy, in 1559 and had issue.

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6th Child of Claude de France - Charles de France (1522-45) Duke of Orleans by Corneille de Lyon (c.1500-75)

A portrait of Charles de France, (1522-45) Duke or Orleans and sixth child of Francis I and his first wife, Claude de France. By Corneille de Lyon (c.1500-75).

Francis, Duke of Brittany. Son of Francis I and Claude of France. Died at age 18 of poisoning.

Francis II .de Valois-Angouleme Dauphin, ca. 1536 (Corneille de Lyon) (1500-1575) Location TBD

Corneille de Lyon Depicted person: Henri, dauphin de France (future king Henri II) circa 1536

"Henri, Dauphin de France (future King Henri II)" by Corneille de Lyon, circa 1536

FRENCH PAINTERS: Corneille DE LYON Portrait of Henri II c.1536

Corneille de Lyon - Henri, dauphin de France, ca. 1536

Corneille de Lyon: Portrait of a man - 1550

Corneille DE LYON Portrait of Henri II c.1536

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Claude de France: fille du roi Louis XII et de la duchesse Anne de Bretagne, elle gagne son prénom en hommage à saint Claude que sa mère avait invoqué lors d'un pélerinage afin qu'elle puisse donner le jour à un enfant viable. Cependant si elle peut succéder sur le trône de Bretagne, elle ne peut comme fille succéder à son père sur le trône de France. de fait de la loi salique.

Possible portrait of Claude de Valois,Queen of France

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Claude de France

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Claude de Valois,Queen of France (1499-1524) daughter of Louis XII of France and Anne,Duchess of Brittany,wife of Francis I of France by Corneille de Lyon

Marguerite d'Angouleme,Queen of Navarre (1492-1549) daughter of Charles Count of Angouleme from the House of Valois-Angouleme and Louise of ...

Claude de Valois,Queen of France (1499-1524) daughter of Louis XII of France and Anne,Duchess of Brittany,wife of Francis I of France by Corneille de Lyon. Anne Boleyn served Queen Claude from 1515-1522.

DE LYON Corneille or Corneille DE LA HAYE - born Dutch (The Hague 1500 - 1575 Lyon) - Claude de Valois,Queen of France (1499-1524) daughter of Louis XII of France and Anne,Duchess of Brittany,wife of Francis I of France

Claude de Valois,Queen of France (1499-1524) daughter of Louis XII of France and Anne,Duchess of Brittany,wife of Francis I of France by Corneille de Lyon. One of Claude's ladies-in-waiting was Anne Boleyn. Claude ran a strict 'finishing school' for ladies and protected them from the follies of her lascivious spouse. Claude was admired for her piety, education and style.

Corneille de la Haye, Dutch (1500~1575, Lyon). Portrait of Claude de Valois, Queen of France (1499-1524), daughter of Louis XII of France and Anne, Duchess of Brittany, and wife of Francis I of France. The Hague.

CLAUDE DE VALOIS Queen of France (1499-1524) daughter of Louis XII of France and Anne,Duchess of Brittany,wife of Francis I of France, mother of Henri II, PROVENANCE Corneille de Lyon, ca 1500- 1525, location unbknown

Claude, Queen of France and Duchess of Brittany (1499-1524) was the daughter of Louis XII of France and Anne, Duchess of Brittany. Since she could not inherit the throne due to Salic law, Claude married the closest heir, Francois I, who would become king after her father died. They had 7 children, five of whom lived past childhood, including Francois, Duke of Brittany, Henri II of France, and Madeleine, Queen of Scots.

Claude de Valois,Queen of France (1499-1524) by Corneille de Lyon

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Son of Queen Claude and Francis I, Francis, Duke of Brittany and Dauphin of France by Francois Clouet, 1533

Sketch portraits by Jean Couet; François, Dauphin of France in c. 1535

Sketch portraits by Jean Couet; Eleanor of Austria, Queen of France in 1531 François, Dauphin of France in c. 1535 and Charles I de Cossé Comte de Brissac, 1537 Leonor de Sapata and Anna Mauriquez,...

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Renée de France by François Clouet. She was daughter to King Louis XII of France and his wife Anne of Brittany. She was sister to Claude, Queen of France. She married Ercole II d'Este, Duke of Ferrara, thus making her also Duchess of Ferrara.

French hood as I'd like to see it. Renée de France by François Clouet. She was daughter to King Louis XII of France and his wife Anne of Brittany. She was sister to Claude, Queen of France. She married Ercole II d'Este, Duke of Ferrara, thus making her also Duchess of Ferrara.

Renée de France( 25 October 1510-june 1574) was daughter of Louis XII de France and Anne of Brittany. Marry Ercole II d'Este, eldest son of Alfonso I d'Este and Lucrezia Borgia.

Clouet Renee Duchess of Ferrara. (1510-1574) She was the Duchess of Ferrara due to her marriage to Ercole II d'Este, grandson of Pope Alexander VI.

Porträt der Renée de France, Duchesse de Ferrare (1510-1575) von François Clouet!

Renee de France, duchesse de Ferrare, portrait attribué à Clouet

Jean Clouet *1475+1540-Museum Conde-Chantily-c.1520--Renée of France Duchess of Ferrara, Modena and Reggio wife of Ercole II d'Este-(House Valois-Orléans)*1510 Château de Blois+1574 Château de Montargis Religion Calvinism prev. Catholicism.Younger surviving (2.)child (only she and sister Claude)of Louis XII of France and Anne of Brittany. She was the Duchess of Ferrara due to her marriage to Ercole II d'Este, grandson of Pope Alexander VI. In her later life she became an important supporter of the Protestant reformation and ally of John Calvin. As a child, one of her companions was the young Anne BOLEYN, whom Renée always remembered with kindness and affection.

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Renée de France par jean Clouet

Clouet - Renata di Francia

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Louis XII, the Father of the People (1462 - 1515). King of France from 1498 to 1515. He married Joan of France, but divorce her to marry Anne of Brittany, who he had two daughters with. After her death he married Mary Tudor, but died a few months later. He was very active in foreign policy.

ca. 1514 artist: Jean Perréal - Louis XII, King of France - married Henry VIII's beautiful sister Mary Tudor when she was 18 and he was 52, he died 3 months later. @ Royal Collection of Windsor Castle, UK

Louis XII of France (r. 1498-1515). Louis had three wives, the last of whom was Mary Tudor, daughter of Henry VII of England. Louis, being much older than Mary, died only three months into their marriage; they had no children.

Louis XII of France. Mary Tudor was his third queen, whom he married when he was 52. He died 3 months later. 1st cousin, 2x removed of Anne of Cleves.

Louis XII (27 June 1462 – 1 January 1515) was a monarch of the House of Valois who ruled as King of France from 1498 to 1515 and King of Naples from 1501 to 1504. The son of Charles, Duke of Orléans, and Maria of Cleves, he succeeded his cousin Charles VIII, who died without a closer heir in 1498.

Louis XII of France. Mary Tudor was his third queen, whom he married when he was 52. He died 3 months later.

King Louis XII of France. 27 June 1462- 1 January 1515. Cousin to King Charles VIII. Husband to Joan of France, Anne, Duchess of Brittany, and Mary of England sister of King Henry VIII. Louis died without a male heir. He was succeeded by his cousin Francis I King of France.

(22) Louis XII of France images | ..although he came late and unexpectedly to power Louis reformed the French legal system reduced taxes and improved government...he was also skilled at managing the nobility..his father had married him to joan of france which as soon as he became king Louis had annulled and married the widow of his cousin Charles Vlll and afterwards Mary Tudor sister of henry Vlll.....no make heirs

Louis XII (27 June 1462 – 1 January 1515), called "the Father of the People" was king of France and the sole monarch from the Valois-Orléans branch of the House of Valois. He reigned from 1498 to 1515 and pursued a very active foreign policy. Louis died on 1 January 1515. Due to the tradition of Salic Law, which did not allow women to inherit the throne of France, he was succeeded by his first cousin's son, Francis I (who was also his son-in-law), who founded his own line of French kings...

Biography of Louis XII, King of France, who married Mary Tudor, sister to King Henry VIII.

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Tudor style gown - Detail of Anne of Brittany and her court Poetic Epistle of Anne of Brittany and Louis XII. Illuminated by Bourdichon. F. 1v: Illustration to Epistle 3. Early 16th century

Moulins, 1490-91, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. AnneOfBrittany Poetic Epistle of Anne of Brittany and Louis XII. Illuminated by Bourdichon, Early 16th century.

Tudor style gown - Detail of Anne of Brittany and her court Poetic Epistle of Anne of Brittany and Louis XII. Illuminated by Bourdichon. F. 1v: Illustration to Epistle 3. Early 16th century

1545 Tudor style for a lady*****

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Louise of Savoy (11 September 1476 – 22 September 1531) was a French noblewoman, Duchess regnant of Auvergne and Bourbon, Duchess of Nemours, the mother of King Francis I of France. She was politically active and served as the Regent of France in 1515, in 1525–1526 and in 1529.

Louise of Savoy (1476-1531) was a French noblewoman, Duchess regnant of Auvergne and Bourbon, Duchess of Nemours, the mother of King Francis I of France. She was politically active and served as the Regent of France in 1515, in 1525–1526 and in 1529. Wife of Charles of Orleans, Count of Angouleme

Charles II de Valois, Duke of Orléans. Son of Francis I and Claude of France. Died at age 23 of the plague.

Charles II of Orléans (22 January 1522 – 9 September 1545) was the third son of King Francis I of France and Claude of France, daughter of Louis XII of France.

Charles II de Valois, Duke of Orléans. Son of Francis I and Claude of France. Died at age 23 of the plague,painted in1536, by Corneille in Lyon

Charles II d'Orléans v.1536, frère cadet d'Henri II. *Duc d'Orléans aout 1536-sept 1545 (9 ans 0 mois 29 jours) * Duc d' Angoulême sept 1531- sept 1545 (13 ans 11 mois 17 jours) *Duc de Bourbon 1544- sept 1545. Né 22 janv 1522 à St-Germain, décès 9 sept 1545 à Forest-Montiers. 3° fils de François 1° et de Claude de France. En 1524 sa mère meurt, il est âgé de 2 ans. En 1525 à Pavie les 2 fils aînés du roi sont désignés comme otages. Charles d'Angoulême, dernier fils du roi provisoirement li...

1522 1545 Charles_II, duc_d'Orléans fils de François 1er et Claude de France

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Prince Henry of France married Catherine de Medici in 1533. Crowned as King Henry II in 1547 following the death of his brother King Francis. It was not until 1544 that Catherine produced their first son Francis, followed by a daughter Elizabeth in 1544. They had 10 children, of whom 8 survived infancy.. Francis II , King of France; Elizabeth, Queen of Spain; Claude, Duchess of Lorraine; Charles IX, King of France; Henry III, King of France; Margaret, Queen of France; Francis Duke of…

Protestant princes, in alliance with Henry II of France, rebelled against Charles in 1552, which caused Charles to retreat to the Netherlands.

Detail from plaque of Henry II of France, partially gilded enamel on copper, ca. 1555-60

Prince Henry of France married Catherine de Medici in 1533. Crowned as King Henry II in 1547 following the death of his father King Francis. It was not until 1544 that Catherine produced their first son Francis, followed by a daughter Elizabeth in 1544. They had 10 children, of whom 8 survived infancy.. Francis II , King of France; Elizabeth, Queen of Spain; Claude, Duchess of Lorraine; Charles IX, King of France; Henry III, King of France; Margaret, Queen of France; Francis Duke of Alencon...

Léonard Limosin, Detail from a Plaque of Henry II of France, c. 1556 - 1559

Henri II of France. Detail from plaque by Léonard Limosin

HENRI II OF FRANCE LIMOGES | por the lost gallery

Henry II of France c. 15501-1560 enamel on porcelain

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Henri II of France - Limoges -

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