3 edition of Louise de Keroualle found in the catalog.
|Statement||Compiled from state papers preserved in the archives of the french foreign office, by H. Forneron. With portraits, facsimile letter, etc., and a preface by Mrs. G. M. Crawford|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 346 p. incl. fascim.|
|Number of Pages||346|
Portrait miniature of Louise Renée de Keroualle, Duchess of Portsmouth, a copy after Mignard, watercolour on vellum, painted by Susannah-Penelope Rosse.. Museum Number P But when the politically ambitious Lady Castlemaine becomes too powerful, she is replaced by Louise de Kéroualle, a baby-faced French noblewoman who may have been sent to Charles’s court as a spy. His other great love, and Louise’s rival, is Nell Gwyn, a stage actress who rises from the streets of London to become the king’s favorite and /5(7).
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Louise-Renée de Kéroualle, duchess of Portsmouth, French mistress of Charles II of Great Britain, the least popular with his subjects but the ablest politician. The daughter of a Breton nobleman, Guillaume de Penancoet, Sieur de Kéroualle, she entered the.
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Though we have made best efforts - the. Louise de Kérouaille, Duchess of Portsmouth (September - 14 November ) Louise-Renée de Kérouaille, an ancestress of Princess Diana, was born in September into a noble but relatively poor Breton family, she the daughter of Guillaume de Penancoët, Seigneur de Kérouaille (d.
) and wife Marie de Ploeuc de Timeur (d. This book is written about much the same time as Royal Harlot, being about another of King Charles II's mistresses, Louise de Keroualle.
I picked up this book to read following the only other Scott book I've ever read, Royal Harlot, and in preparation for the Royal Mistress challenge that I am doing next year (library copy)/5.
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The book also chronicles the political tensions of this era. Louise is scorned because she is both French and a Catholic. She considers returning to France but can;t leave "her Charles".
Upon Charles death at only 54 and his death left Louise de Keroualle utterly devastated/5(24). Within a year, Louise became one of Charles’s most trusted and beloved mistresses, and he had many portraits made of her, including the Getty Museum’s Louise de Keroualle by Peter Lely.
Lely was an extremely gifted painter, and he captured Louise’s beauty and intelligence in Louise de Keroualle book captivating portrait.
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Louise Renée de Kéroualle. New York: D. Appleton, (OCoLC) Named Person. Louise Renée de Penancoët de Kérouaille, Duchess of Portsmouth (5 September – 14 November ) was a mistress of Charles II of England.
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Forneron (, Hardcover) at the best. Full text of "Louise de Keroualle, duchess of Portsmouth, society in the court of Charles ed from state papers preserved in the. Louise de Kéroualle, Charles II’s French mistress: a discussion with Susan Holloway Scott Louise de Keroualle, Duchess of Portmouth, by Sir Peter Lely Every time I visit the Getty Center in Los Angeles, I pay a visit to the splendid portrait of Louise de Kéroualle, Duchess of Portsmouth, by Sir Peter Lely.
A historical novel about the invention of ice-cream, and the seduction of Charles II by the French spy, Louise de Keroualle. The book begins at the court of the Sun King, Louis XIV, and then moves to England and the court of Charles II, and is once again replete with wonderful descriptions of food/5.
Louise de Kéroualle, Duchess of Portsmouth (), Mistress of Charles II. Sitter in 15 portraits Louise de Kéroualle came first to England from France in as a maid of honour to Charles II's sister, the Duchess of returned to become the King's mistress inwith the encouragement of the French government, who hoped she would be a diplomatic asset.
PORTSMOUTH, LOUISE DE KÉROUALLE, Duchess of (), mistress of the English king Charles II., was the daughter of Guillaume de Penancourt and his wife Marie de Plaeuc de Timeur. The name of Kéroualle was derived from an heiress whom her ancestor François de Penhoët had married in Gwyn, Nell,Keroualle, Louise-Renee de, Duchess of Portsmouth and Aubigny,Mazarin, Hortense Mancini, duchesse de,Charles II, King of England, Publisher London, Hutchinson & co.
Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Harvard University Language EnglishPages: Rival sultanas: Nell Gwyn, Louise de Kéroualle, and Hortense Mancini by Williams, H.
Noel (Hugh Noel), at - the best online ebook storage. Download and read online for free Rival sultanas: Nell Gwyn, Louise de Kéroualle, and Hortense Mancini by Williams, H.
Noel (Hugh Noel), /5(1). Henriette Anne’s death allowed Louise de la Kéroualle to accept an invitation to England, probably put forward by George Villiers, 2nd Duke of Buckingham.
Louise would become King Charles II’s most influential maîtresse-en-titre, essentially supplanting the queen herself and furthering French interests at the English court. Louise Renée de Penancoët de Kérouaille, Duchess of Portsmouth (September – 14 November ), was a mistress of Charles II of England.
The exact date of her birth is apparently unknown. She was the daughter of Guillaume de Penancoët, Seigneur de Kérouaille (d.
) and wife (married on Febru ) Marie de Ploeuc de Timeur (d. Louise de Kéroualle, Duchess of Portsmouth. by Pierre Mignard oil on canvas, 47 1/2 in. x 37 1/2 in. ( mm x mm) Purchased, Primary Collection.
In fact, I only chose this book because it is a historical romance, one of my true loves. The French Mistress by Susan Holloway Scott grabbed my interest from page one and held it through to the end. Scott does a phenomenal job of humanizing Louise de Keroualle, showing her as a likable, believable, and sympathetic character.5/5(5).
These are the life stories of four remarkable women,the Lennox sisters,daughters of the 2nd Duke of Richmond and great grandaughters of Charles 2nd of Great Britain and his mistress Louise de Keroualle, and was taken from the thousands of letters which circulated amongst them over their author,Stella Tillyard has meticulously recounted not only the letters but also the Cited by: 8.
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LOUISE DEROUALLE. Home WORK Installation Exhibitions About Contact Links Home WORK Installation Exhibitions About Contact Links. : HISTOIRE SECRETTE DE LA DUCHESSE DE PORTSMOUTH.
Où l'on verra une rélation des intrigues de la cour du R. durant le ministére de cette Duchesse, & une rélation aussi de la mort de ce prince. Traduit de la copie angloise imprimée à Londres chez Richard Baldwin, en 12mo, pp. [xii], ; with a full-page illustration.
Those who like historical fiction will enjoy this book about a lesser known mistress of King Charles II of England, Louise de Keroualle, the Duchess of Portsmouth.
Reviled in her day by the English for being French, as well as Catholic, Louise began life as the daughter of an impoverished French nobleman/5(22).
Book 7. Available formats: Ebook (1) she is replaced by Louise de Kéroualle, a baby-faced French noblewoman who may have been sent to Charles’s court as a spy. His other great love, and Louise’s rival, is Nell Gwyn, a stage actress who rises from the streets of London to become the king’s favorite and a hero of the working class.
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Here, too, is the forlorn and humiliated Queen Catherine, the Portuguese princess who was Charles’s childless : Linda Porter. Common Knowledge People/Characters Louise de Kerouaille, duchess of Portsmouth. People/Characters: Louise de Kerouaille, duchess of Portsmouth Louise Renée de Penancoët de Kérouaille (–), was a French aristocrat and lover of King Charles II of England, who made her Duchess of Portsmouth in her own right.
sur Louise de Keroualle, je vous conseille la biographie en français de Monique de Huertas, edition Perrin: "Louise de Keroualle, presque reine d'Angleterre" (que j'ai lu et qui est vraiment très agréable à lire), et aussi "Louise de Keroualle" de Henri Forneron et "Louise de Keroualle" de Jeanine Delpech (très difficiles à trouver).
Holloway Scott tackles the infamous Louise de Keroualle of the Restoration court of Charles II of England in The French Mistress. After spending critical years in the court of Louis XIV, Louise has intimate knowledge of the behind-the-scenes machinations of political intrigue and the secret plans of monarchs.
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The French Mistress paints Louise de Keroualle in a sympathetic light; and her aloofness at court and unpopularity are explained by her natural shyness, her different upbringing as a virgin and innocent out of place with the bawdy humor of the English court, and her background as a devout Catholic in a country loathsome of “popish” tendencies.
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Portrait of Louise de Keroualle, Duchess of Portsmouth; Peter Lely. In the collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum. The museum’s website has both zoomable and downloadable versions available. The largest available download version is truly high-resolution, but be aware that it is large in file size at 98mb.
Free 2-day shipping. Buy Louise de Keroualle, Duchess of Portsmouth at ce: $ KEROUALLE, LOUISE RENÉE de, Duchess of Portsmouth and Aubigny (–), was the elder of the two daughters of Guillaume de Penancoët, sieur de Kéroualle, a Breton gentleman of very ancient lineage, whose wife.
The colorful life of Louise-Renée de Penacoët de Keroualle as a mistress of King Charles II of England and spy for Louis XIV of France. Louise de Keroualle, Louis XIV’s Seductive Spy. An Emblem Book for Louis XIV. Sleuthing the symbols of Louis XIV in the Getty Center galleries.
This page was last edited on 19 Julyat Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply.Louise de Kéroualle, Charles II's French mistress: a discussion with Susan Holloway Scott on Versailles and More Louise de Keroualle, duchesse de Portsmouth et d'Aubigny on Carnet d'Aubigny-sur-Nere (French) Louise de Keroualle and Nell Gwynne on The Stuarts Louise de K érouialle, Duchess of Portsmouth on English MonarchsAuthor: Cheryl Ciucevich.
Susan Holloway Scott on Inspirations & Influences The French Mistress is based on the life of Louise de Keroualle, a 17th century French lady who was sent by Louis XIV as a “gift” and a spy to his cousin, the English King Charles II.
In time Louise became Charles’s most enduring mistress, and the last great love of his life, loving.