subject date: 2016-03-15

caption: COMTE DE PARIS Louis Philippe Albert of Orléans (Paris, 24 August 1838 - Stowe House, 8 September 1894) French politician. Count of Paris and initially Orleanist crown prince in the context of the July Monarchy, he later renounced political Orleanism, becoming Unionist pretender to the throne of France with the name of Philip VII. Depicted returning from exile on the road to Paris with the Cockerel on a leash, scepter and crown under his arm, and a suitcase full of assorted freedoms. Caricature by Georges Lafosse (1844-1880) from "Le Trombinoscope", satirical political periodical by Léon-Charles Bienvenu, called Touchatout (1835 -1910); monograph n. 4, Paris, July 1871

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continent: Europa

image century : XIX

image epoch: Ottocento

subject century: XIX

subject epoch: Ottocento

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