Category:Schönheitengalerie

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Deutsch: Die Schönheitengalerie König Ludwigs I. im inneren südlichen Pavillon des Schlosses Nymphenburg umfasst 36 Porträtmalereien von Münchner Frauen sowohl adeliger als auch bürgerlicher Herkunft, die fast alle von Joseph Karl Stieler gemalt wurden, der 1820 zum Hofmaler ernannt worden war. Für König Ludwig schuf Stieler zwischen 1827 und 1850 die berühmte Schönheitengalerie im Schloss Nymphenburg mit den Porträts der Tänzerin Lola Montez, der Geliebten des Königs, der Schustertochter Helene Sedlmayr, der Schauspielerin Charlotte von Hagn, damals vom Publikum in München, Berlin bis nach Sankt Petersburg verehrt, sowie das Porträt der Marianna Marquesa Florenzi, einer Vertrauten des Königs.
English: The Gallery of Beauties (Schönheitengalerie) is a collection of 36 portraits of the most beautiful women from the nobility and middle classes of Munich, Germany, painted between 1827 and 1850 (mostly by Joseph Karl Stieler, appointed court painter in 1820) and gathered by Ludwig I of Bavaria in the south pavilion of his Nymphenburg Palace in Munich. Two additional ones were created by Friedrich Dürck. Its best-known works are the portraits of the shoemaker's daughter Helene Sedlmayr, the actress Charlotte von Hagn (revered by audiences in Munich, Berlin and Saint Petersburg) and the king's mistresses Lola Montez and Marianna Marquesa Florenzi. They include a Briton, a Greek, a Scot and an Israelite, along with relations of Ludwig's - the wife and daughter of Ludwig of Oettingen-Wallerstein were both painted, as was Ludwig I's daughter Princess Alexandra of Bavaria.

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