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Madame Élisabeth de France (1764–1794), sister of Louis XVI

Madame Élisabeth de France Adélaïde Labille-Guiard (French,, Paris Paris) Pastel on paper. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY The simple costume of Madame Élisabeth accords with her gentle manner.

Miniatura de Madame Elisabeth ,por Maximillien Villers 1788

1788 Elizabeth Philippine Marie Helene of France sister of Louis XVI, wearing purple open robe over white dress and white fichu, her blue waistsash held with a pearl-edged buckle bearing initial L by Maximilien Villers

Elisabeth de Bourbon (1764–1794), Princess of France, 'Madame Elisabeth' by Elisabeth Louise Vigee-LeBrun

Close friend of MA - Elisabeth de Bourbon 1764 1794 princess of france Madame Elisabeth - sister of Louis XVI

Madame Victoire de France, (1733-1799),seventh legitimate child of Louis XV, by Anne Vallayer-Coster (Versailles)

Marie-Louise-Thérèse-Victoire de France dite Madame Victoire by…

"In the name of your mother, monsieur, cover me."  the last words of Madame Elisabeth, the sister of Louis XVI, to her executioner; her neckerchief had come loose and fallen to the ground as she was strapped to the plank of the guillotine.

"In the name of your mother, monsieur, cover me." the last words of Madame Elisabeth, the sister of Louis XVI, to her executioner; her neckerchief had come loose and fallen to the ground as she was strapped to the plank of the guillotine.

Marie Antoinette and King Louis XVI.

In Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette sucede the French throne. They will remain in power until Louis XVI was tried by the National Convention, found guilty of high treason, and executed by guillotine on January 1793 as a desacralized French citizen.

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