Marie Antoinette's Paris

Marie Antoinette' paris

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lesliaisonsdemarieantoinette:

LES LIAISONS DE MARIE ANTOINETTE :
"A fete of a novel description was given at Petit Trianon. The art with which the English garden was not illuminated, but lighted, produced a charming effect. Earthen lamps, concealed by boards painted green, threw light upon the beds of shrubs and flowers, and brought out their varied tints…..” MADAME CAMPAN
References : Marie Antoinette 2006 ; Memoirs of Madame Campan

lesliaisonsdemarieantoinette:

LES LIAISONS DE MARIE ANTOINETTE :

"A fete of a novel description was given at Petit Trianon. The art with which the English garden was not illuminated, but lighted, produced a charming effect. Earthen lamps, concealed by boards painted green, threw light upon the beds of shrubs and flowers, and brought out their varied tints…..” MADAME CAMPAN

References : Marie Antoinette 2006 ; Memoirs of Madame Campan

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lesliaisonsdemarieantoinette:

LES LIAISONS DE MARIE ANTOINETTE :
Details of the original bed in the bathroom of Marie Antoinette. Originally, the bathroom consisted of of this bed from the bathroom of Louis XVI in Compiègne and a gilded wooden console table from the bathroom of Madame Adelaide in Versailles.
References : Chateau de Versailles : Fleur Pink

lesliaisonsdemarieantoinette:

LES LIAISONS DE MARIE ANTOINETTE :

Details of the original bed in the bathroom of Marie Antoinette. Originally, the bathroom consisted of of this bed from the bathroom of Louis XVI in Compiègne and a gilded wooden console table from the bathroom of Madame Adelaide in Versailles.

References : Chateau de Versailles : Fleur Pink

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lesliaisonsdemarieantoinette:

LES LIAISONS DE MARIE ANTOINETTE :
Detailed image of the canopy of the Lit à la Polonaise (Polish style bed) from 1785, by Jean-Baptiste Boulard (c. 1730-1789) in the bathroom of Marie Antoinette.
References : Wikipedia ; Fleur Pink

lesliaisonsdemarieantoinette:

LES LIAISONS DE MARIE ANTOINETTE :

Detailed image of the canopy of the Lit à la Polonaise (Polish style bed) from 1785, by Jean-Baptiste Boulard (c. 1730-1789) in the bathroom of Marie Antoinette.

References : Wikipedia ; Fleur Pink