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Marie-Paulette, a.k.a. Pauline Bonaparte (1780-1825)

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Princess Borghese, Princess and Duchess of Guastalla

Arms of Marie-Paulette, a.k.a. Pauline Bonaparte (1780-1825)

Born on October 20, 1780 in Ajaccio  , Corsica.

Younger sister of Napoleon Bonaparte.

She died on June 9, 1825 in Florence  , Tuscany, Italy.

"Pauline Borghese" (detail), sculpture by Antonio Canova (Possagno 1757 - Venice 1822).

"Pauline Borghese" (detail), sculpture by Antonio Canova (Possagno 1757 - Venice 1822).

Other portraits

Marie-Paulette, a.k.a. Pauline Bonaparte (1780-1825)
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"Marie-Pauline Bonaparte, Princess Borghese", by Robert Lefvre (Bayeux 1755 - Paris 1830).
Marie-Paulette, a.k.a. Pauline Bonaparte (1780-1825)
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"Pauline Bonaparte", portrait painted 1809 by Robert Lefvre.
Marie-Paulette, a.k.a. Pauline Bonaparte (1780-1825)
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"Pauline Bonaparte", painted 1806 by Louise Marie Jeanne Hersent born Mauduit (Paris 1784 - Paris 1862).
Marie-Paulette, a.k.a. Pauline Bonaparte (1780-1825)
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"Pauline Bonaparte". Nineteenth century French school.
Marie-Paulette, a.k.a. Pauline Bonaparte (1780-1825)
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"Pauline Bonaparte, Princess Borghese, Duchess of Guastalla", painted 1806 by Franois Joseph Kinson (Bruges 1771 - Bruges 1839).