ein weiteres Beispiel von dieser CDV-Serie „Kaiserin Elisabth von Österreich bei Ludwig Angerer“:
Ludwig Angerer, Photograph, Wien, Alte Wieden, Feldgasse 1061, Sisi, Kaiserin Elisabeth von Österreich, Jänner 1861
biographische Skizze von Ludwig Angerer
Ludwig Angerer, Photograph, Wien IV. Wieden, Feldgasse 1061, Johann Nestroy, 1861, Schauspieler https://sparismus.wordpress.com/2014/03/23/ludwig-angerer-photograph-wien-iv-wieden-feldgasse-1061-johann-nestroy-1861-schauspieler-dramatiker-opernsanger/
Elisabeth of Austria
(24 December 1837 – 10 September 1898)
was the wife of Emperor Franz Joseph I, and thus Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary.
Born into Bavarian royalty, Sisi (as Elisabeth was known as a youngster) enjoyed an informal upbringing, before marrying the Franz Joseph at 16. She was suddenly absorbed into Habsburg court life, which she found stifling. She was also at odds with her interfering mother-in-law, Princess Sophie, who took over the rearing of Elisabeth’s daughters, one of whom died in infancy. The birth of a male heir Rudolf improved her standing at court, but her health was suffering under the strain, and she would often visit Hungary for its more relaxed environment. She came to develop a deep kinship with Hungary, and helped to bring about the dual monarchy of Austria–Hungary in 1867.
The death of her only son Rudolf, and his mistress Mary Vetsera, in a murder–suicide tragedy at his hunting lodge at Mayerling was a shock from which Elisabeth never recovered. She withdrew from court duties, and travelled widely, unaccompanied by her family. In the palace, she was seen to be obsessively concerned with her health and beauty, having to be sewn into her leather corsets and spending two or three hours a day on her coiffure. While travelling in Geneva in 1898, she was stabbed to death by Luigi Lucheni, an Italian anarchist, who had missed his chance to assassinate Prince Philippe, Duke of Orléans and wanted to kill the next member of royalty that he saw. Elisabeth was the longest-reigning Empress of Austria, at 44 years.
Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie, Herzogin in Bayern
(auch Sisi oder Lisi genannt, seit den Ernst-Marischka-Filmen auch als Sissi bekannt; * 24. Dezember 1837 in München, Königreich Bayern; † 10. September 1898 in Genf)
war eine Prinzessin aus der herzoglichen Nebenlinie Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld-Gelnhausen des Hauses Wittelsbach, durch ihre Heirat mit Franz Joseph I. ab 1854 Kaiserin von Österreich und Apostolische Königin von Ungarn.
Kaiserin Elisabeth in Fotografien
Kaiserin Elisabeth (1837 – 1898) wurde vor 110 Jahren an den Gestaden des Genfersees ermordet. Ungebrochen ist ihr Mythos ewiger Schönheit und Jugend. Das liegt vor allem daran, dass sich Sisi geschickt der Medien bediente und sich als Ikone ewiger Jugend inszenierte.
Die letzten Fotografien von Elisabeth entstanden zu ihrem 31. Geburtstag.
Ihr Altersgesicht durfte fortan offiziell niemand sehen. Zahlreiche Fotografien der berühmten Wiener Ateliers
oder des Münchners Josef Albert
wurden fortan in zahlreichen retuschierten und montierten Varianten veröffentlicht.
Empress Elisabeth of Austria – Sissi
Empress Elisabeth is another tragic beauty of the 19th century. In keeping with Wittelsbach and Habsburg family traditions, Elisabeth’s parents hoped to marry off her older sister Helene (Nene) to Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria. The Wittelsbachs met with Franz Joseph and they brought Elisabeth as well as Helene. He fell for Elisabeth. Her carefree childhood ended at the age of sixteen with marriage into the stifling Austrian court and a hostile mother-in-law (who was a Wittelsbach). Her beauty was legendary and she was very fashion-conscious. She makes an excellent study in fashion history beginning with the Victorian/crinoline era all the way through the bustle era into the Belle Epoque. She was assassinated in 1898 by an anarchist. Her Wikipedia article is here. A good Internet site (in Italian) is here.
There were once several good Internet sites about her, but they seem to be gone so this collection may now be a major site, populated largely with images posted on the
Alexander Palace Time Machine Discussion Forum
1860 Empress Elisabeth standing behind a chair in her flounced dress
Ludwig Angerer took a set of photos of Sissi wearing this white confection with a full flounced skirt and complex long puffed sleeves.
Posted to the Alexander Palace Time Machine Discussion Forum by Irina Alexandrovna on 1 January 2009.
Keywords: 1860, Angerer, Elisabeth of Bavaria, Sissi, Sisi, Wittelsbach family, Habsburg family, Empress, Austrian, long straight coiffure, high neckline, long puffed sleeves, cuffs, lace, bows, crinoline, flounces, ruffles, bracelets
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