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Vigée-Lebrun, Élisabeth-Louise [French, 1755-1842]

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  Vigée-Lebrun, Élisabeth-Louise [French, 1755-1842]

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Title:  Dauphin, Later Louis XVII
Artist:  Vigée-Lebrun, Élisabeth-Louise [French, 1755-1842]
Year:  1789
Material:  Black and Red chalk and graphite
Dimensions:  150mm x 95 mm, 3.5 x 6 in
Notes:  Louis Charles, the younger son of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, was born at Versailles on 27 March 1785. He became the Dauphin upon the death of his older brother on 4 June 1789. Following his father's execution on 21 january 1793 he was proclaimed King Louis XVII by the Royalists. He never ruled and is said to have died in prison in Paris on 8 June 1795.

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