Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Musée Grévin- An Evening at Malmaison

Musée Grévin in Paris France is one of the oldest wax museums in the world, and it holds some of the greatest wax figures and wax tableaux ever (based on the pictures I've seen). Here we see many a French dignitary enjoy Chateau Malmaison one quiet evening. Standing on the left are Joseph Fouché and Louis Alexandre Berthier. Sitting at the table are Joseph Bonaparte, Jean Jacques Régis de Cambacérès, Charles Francois Lebrun and Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord. Don't ask me who is who.

I am assuming that this is Bonaparte, and that the other gentlemen at the table are Cambacérès, Lebrun, and Talleyrand.

Joseph Fouché and Louis Alexandre Berthier. Standing by the mirror, enjoying the night.

And the rest. Maybe Talleyrand. I am just not up on the history of the French Revolution.

Visit the Musée Grévin website here.


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