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María de Médici, mecenas reconocida en la vida parisina, dio trabajo a Nicolas Poussin y Philippe de Champaigne en la decoración del Palacio de Luxemburgo, y encargó numerosas pinturas a Guido Reni y especialmente a Rubens, al que hizo ir a ¨Amberes para la ejecución de una galería de pinturas dedicadas a su vida. Actualmente quedan 22 cuadros conservados en el Museo del Louvre

María de Médici, mecenas reconocida en la vida parisina, dio trabajo a Nicolas Poussin y Philippe de Champaigne en la decoración del Palacio de Luxemburgo, y encargó numerosas pinturas a Guido Reni y especialmente a Rubens, al que hizo ir a ¨Amberes para la ejecución de una galería de pinturas dedicadas a su vida. Actualmente quedan 22 cuadros conservados en el Museo del Louvre

Marie de Medici who was born on April 26, 1575, was one of two surviving children of Francesco I de Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany and his wife Johanna, Archduchess of Austria. In October 1600, she married King Henry IV of France, after the king divorced his first wife Marguerite de Valois. As it was the tradition at the time, she brought as part of her dowry 600,000 crowns, and enormous quantities of jewels and jewelry.

Marie de Medici who was born on April 26, 1575, was one of two surviving children of Francesco I de Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany and his wife Johanna, Archduchess of Austria. In October 1600, she married King Henry IV of France, after the king divorced his first wife Marguerite de Valois. As it was the tradition at the time, she brought as part of her dowry 600,000 crowns, and enormous quantities of jewels and jewelry.

The Exchange of Princesses, from the Marie de' Medici Cycle. Louvre, Paris    en.wikipedia.org/...

The Exchange of Princesses, from the Marie de' Medici Cycle. Louvre, Paris en.wikipedia.org/...

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