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Marie-Annonciade, a.k.a. Caroline Bonaparte (1782-1839)

Grand Duchess of Berg and Cleves, Queen of Naples

Arms of Marie-Annonciade, a.k.a. Caroline Bonaparte (1782-1839)

Younger sister of Napoleon Bonaparte, she was born on March 25, 1782 in Ajaccio , Corsica.

She married Joachim Murat and became Queen Consort of Naples and Sicily from 1808 to 1815.

She died on May 18, 1839 in Florence , Tuscany, Italy.

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Main portrait

"Caroline Murat", by Jean-Baptiste Joseph Wicar (Lille 1762 - Rome 1834).

Other portraits

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"Caroline Murat", by François Pascal Simon Gérard (Rome 1770 - Paris 1837).
Marie-Annonciade, a.k.a. Caroline Bonaparte (1782-1839)
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"Caroline Murat". Painted 1812 by François Pascal Simon Gérard (1770-1837).
Marie-Annonciade, a.k.a. Caroline Bonaparte (1782-1839)
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"Caroline Murat at Naples" by François Pascal Simon Gérard (1770-1837).
Marie-Annonciade, a.k.a. Caroline Bonaparte (1782-1839)
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"Caroline Murat, Queen of Naples". Miniature by Salomon-Guillaume Counis (Geneva 1785 - Florence 1859) after Nicolas-François Dun (Lunéville 1764 - Naples 1832).
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"Caroline Murat at Naples (detail)" by Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (Montauban 1780 - Paris 1867).
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