Empress Elizabeth "Sissi" of Austria
Empress Elizabeth "Sissi" of Austria
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Bodice worn by Empress Elisabeth of Austria when she was assassinated by Italian anarchist Luigi Lucheni on the shores of Lake Geneva, September 10, 1898. Diana Vreeland points to the tear where the sharpened file pierced Elisabeth’s heart.
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Diana Vreeland points to the assassins bullet.
Late Diana Vreeland working for the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum
Diana Vreeland: The Eye has To Travel
A photo of Elisabeth of Austria on the day of her coronation as Queen of Hungary, June 8, 1867. Elisabeth (1837-1898) was the wife of Franz Joseph I, and therefore both Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary. She also held the titles of Queen of Bohemia and Croatia. From an early age, she was called Sisi (or Sissi) by family and friends.
Elisabeth of Austria A photograph of Elisabeth on the day of her coronation as Queen of Hungary, 8 June 1867 Empress consort of Austria; Apostolic queen consort of Hungary; Queen consort of Bohemia and Croatia Tenure 24 April 1854 – 10 September 1898 Coronation 8 June 1867
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Empress Elizabeth of Austria (1837-1898) is remembered for her extraordinary beauty as the consort of Emperor Franz Joseph I. "Sissi" was 16 and Franz Joseph 23 when they married. Franz Joseph chose Sissi over her older sister who had been planned for him to marry. But Sissi did not have a happy life, never fully reciprocating Franz Joseph's love, and dominated by her mother-in-law at the Habsburg Court.
Empress Elizabeth of Austria, born Her Royal Highness Duchess Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie in Bavaria on Christmas Eve. She was the fourth child of Duke Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria and Princess Ludovika of Bavaria. This photo is from the day of her coronation, crowning her Queen of Hungary, on 6-8-1867. And also known as Empress of Poland.
Painting by artist Emil Rabending in 1867 of Austrian Empress Elisabeth “Sissi” (Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie) (24 Dec 1837-10 Sep 1898) Bavaria on the day of her Coronation as Queen of Hungary on 8 Jun 1867. Sissi loved the simplicity of Hungary & felt such an affinity for the people that she began to learn Hungarian & the country adored her. Sissi was the wife of Emperor Franz Joseph I (1830-1916) Austria.
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Sissi - Empress Elizabeth of Austria. A Statue of her in Budapest.
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Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie “Sissi” Austria (1837-assassinated 10 September 1898) wife of Emperor Franz Joseph I, as a baby.
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Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie “Sissi” Austria (1837-assassinated 10 September 1898) wife of Emperor Franz Joseph I, as a baby (No, this is Sissi s grandaughter, Archduchess Elisabeth aka "Erzsi" daughter of Kronprinz Rudolf).
Sisi wearing dark dress set photos by Angerer.
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Set of photos by Angerer of Empress Elisabeth “Sissi” (Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie) (24 Dec 1837-10 Sep 1898) Bavaria wearing a dark dress with the last photo of her & her brother Duke Karl Theodor (9 Aug 1839-30 Nov 1909) Bavaria.
Sisi wearing dark dress set photos by Ludwig Angerer 1862
Sissi in a swiss waist
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Empress Elisabeth 'Sisi' of Austria
1864 Elisabeth looking towards the side by Ludwig Angerer.
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Empress Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie “Sissi” (1837-assassinated 1898) wife of Emperor Franz Joseph I Austria
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The four sisters of Empress Elisabeth of Austria, popularly known as Sissi: Helene Caroline Therese, Hereditary Princess of Thurn and Taxis. Maria Sophie of Bavaria, Queen of the Two Sicilies. Mathilde Ludovika, Countess of Trani Sophie Charlotte Augustine, Duchess of Alencon
Mathilde von Trani, Prinzessin von Bourbon-Sizilien, geborene Herzogin in Bayern. (sister of Empress Sisi of Austria).
Sissi's sister Mathilde wearing a magnificent gown dating from the early 1860's
Matilde Trani wearing a tightlaced crinoline dress Previous Next List The Wittelsbach sisters all knew how to dress spectacularly, as this photo of Mathilde Trani demonstrates. http://www.gogmsite.net/early_victorian_-_1837_-_18/empress_elisabeth_of_austri_2/helene_of_thurn_und_taxis_a/matilde_trani_wearing_a_tig.html
The Hermes Villa is a castle in the Lainz Park, a formerly fenced hunting area in Vienna. The name of the villa refers to a Hermes statue made of white marble, which is located in the garden. Emperor Franz Joseph I gave it to the Empress Elisabeth as "Castle of Dreams".
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Sisi's bathroom in de Hofburg in Vienna. Here she began every day with a cold bath at about five or six in the morning. She also favoured baths of warm olive oil, to keep her skin soft.
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Sisi's bathroom in the Hofburg in Vienna. Here she began every day with a cold bath at about five or six in the morning. She also favoured baths of warm olive oil, to keep her skin soft.
The fourth and favorite child of the legendary Empress Elisabeth, Archduchess Marie-Valerie of Austria
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Lost in the Myths of History: Sisi and Valerie
Everywhere she lived Sisi had a gymnasium installed. Here we see her fitness studio in the Hofburg in Vienna - but unfortunately without the Empress.
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I like the chandelier, wallpaper (I'd love it on the ceiling), and the vanity. This used to be a gym. I love the idea of working out in a glamourous environment.. almost too pretty to sweat in.
The dark mourning color and high enclosing neckline suggest Sisi wore this late in her life.
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Prachtige mantel van Sissi.
The dark mourning color and high enclosing neckline suggest Sissi wore this late in her life. This would be a good cape for Der Tod to emphasize their similarities.
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Mantle from Sissi Museum web site
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Elisabeth,Empress of Austria-Hungary,in a rare photo in later years.Exceptionally,she wears her hair in a bun and not the magnificent tresses of the early portraits. With her is Ida Ferenczy, lady-in-waiting. 1891,seven years before the Empress was assassinated in Geneva.
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Photo supositely from a private collection (but it doesn't say from whom) - 1891; Elisabeth, Empress of Austria-Hungary, in a rare photo in her later years. She wears her hair not in the magnificent tresses of the early portraits. With her is Ida Ferenczy, her lady-in-waiting. Half way her 30ths, she did not want her picture taken. So this would be rare! And I wish I can find a source to confirme this to be true...
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1867 Sisi in famous pose with her dog 'Shadow' by Emil Rabending
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1867 Sisi in famous pose with her dog 'Shadow' by Emil Rabending.
1867, Elizabeth of Bavaria, "Empress Sissi", in a famous pose with her dog Shadow. Photograph by Emil Rabending
Empress Elisabeth ('Sisi') in 1867 with her dog ‘Shadow’.
1867 Sissi in famous pose with her dog 'Shadow' by Emil Rabending
1867 Empress Elisabeth of Bavaria ("Sissi") in famous pose with her dog 'Shadow' by Emil Rabending
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Portrait by unknown artist of Empress Elisabeth “Sissi” (Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie) (24 Dec 1837-10 Sep 1898) Bavaria riding her horse. Sissi was the wife of Emperor Franz Joseph I (18 Aug 1830-21 Nov 1916) Austria.
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Rudolf of Austria
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Rudolf (21 August 1858 – 30 January 1889) was Archduke of Austria and Crown Prince of Austria-Hungary and heir apparent to the Austro-Hungarian Empire from birth. In 1889, he died in a suicide pact with his mistress, Baroness Mary Vetsera, at the Mayerling hunting lodge. In the scandal known as the Mayerling Incident the only son of Franz Joseph I and Empress Elisabeth was found dead at 30 with his young lover Baroness Mary Vetsera. An investigation suggested it was murder-suicide by Rudolf
Portrait by artist Eugen Felix of Crown Prince Rudolf (Rudolf Franz Karl Josef) (21 Aug 1858-30 Jan 1889) who died at age 30. Only son of Emperor Franz Joseph I (1830-1916) Austria, Hungary, Croatia & Bohemia & Elisabeth “Sissi” (1837-1898) Bavaria.
Rudolf (21 August 1858 – 30 January 1889), Archduke of Austria and Crown Prince of Austria, Hungary and Bohemia, was the son and heir-apparent of Franz Joseph I, Emperor of Austria, King of Hungary and Bohemia, and his wife and Empress-Queen consort, Elisabeth. His death, apparently through suicide, along with that of his mistress, Baroness Mary Vetsera, at his Mayerling hunting lodge in 1889 made international headlines.
Archduchess Marie Valerie of Austria (22 April 1868 - 6 September 1924) was the fourth and last child of Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria and Elisabeth of Bavaria ("Sisi"). Her given name was Marie Valerie Mathilde Amalie, but she was usually called Valerie.
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Archduchess Marie Valerie of Austria (22 April 1868 - 6 September 1924) was the fourth and last child of Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria and Elisabeth of Bavaria ("Sisi"). Her given name was Marie Valerie Mathilde Amalie, but she was usually called Valerie.
Empress Elizabeth of Austria (Sissi) 1867
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Queen Elisabeth of Hungary and Bohemia, Empress of Austria (1837–1898), née Duchess in Bavaria in Hungarian coronation robes.
Empress Elizabeth of Austria by Sándor von Wagner, 1867
Empress Elisabeth of Austria (Sisi) 1867
Empress Elisabeth of Austria aka: Sissi ( spouse of Franz Joseph I, and therefore both Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary. She also held the titles of Queen of Bohemia and Croatia)
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"Sissi"- Empress Elizabeth of Austria
Lost casino portrait of Elisabeth,Empress of Austria by Gyula Benczur.
Empress Elisabeth of Austria and her favorite dog, Shadow, a gift from Queen Victoria