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Josephine Gallery: Programme cover for Paris Qui Revue
Programme cover for Paris Qui Revue
Josephine Gallery: Josephine Baker
Josephine Baker
Josephine Gallery: Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France and his family
Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France and his family
Josephine Gallery: Carlotta Grisi / Giselle
Carlotta Grisi / Giselle
Josephine Gallery: Napoleon Meets Josephine
Napoleon Meets Josephine
Josephine Gallery: Baker doing Charleston
Baker doing Charleston
Josephine Gallery: Napoleon Bonaparte crowning himself Emperor
Napoleon Bonaparte crowning himself Emperor
Josephine Gallery: Lady Castellani and her daughter Lady Lampson
Lady Castellani and her daughter Lady Lampson
Josephine Gallery: Josephine Baker singing to British Factory Workers
Josephine Baker singing to British Factory Workers
Josephine Gallery: Josephine Baker / 1927
Josephine Baker / 1927
Josephine Gallery: Debutantes Curtsying
Debutantes Curtsying
Josephine Gallery: The Rocky Twins in Europe, early 1930s
The Rocky Twins in Europe, early 1930s
Josephine Gallery: Esther Bruce & her father Joseph Bruce in Fulham, London
Esther Bruce & her father Joseph Bruce in Fulham, London
Josephine Gallery: Josephine (Pape)
Josephine (Pape)
Josephine Gallery: Josephine Baker with her pet cheetah at Deauville, France
Josephine Baker with her pet cheetah at Deauville, France
Josephine Gallery: Josephine Baker with her pet cheetah
Josephine Baker with her pet cheetah
Josephine Gallery: Josephine Baker at the Folies Bergere
Josephine Baker at the Folies Bergere
Josephine Gallery: A Royal Divorce, a Story of Waterloo, by W G Wills, first produced at the Avenue Theatre
A Royal Divorce, a Story of Waterloo, by W G Wills, first produced at the Avenue Theatre
Josephine Gallery: Marguerite Namara of the Opera Comique, Paris
Marguerite Namara of the Opera Comique, Paris
Josephine Gallery: Dolls representing Eugenie Dahaly and ballerina
Dolls representing Eugenie Dahaly and ballerina
Josephine Gallery: Fashionable man at the Passage du Perron, Palais Royal, 1802
Fashionable man at the Passage du Perron, Palais Royal, 1802
Josephine Gallery: Tea rose hybrid, La France, Rosa ? odorata
Tea rose hybrid, La France, Rosa ? odorata
Josephine Gallery: European wand loosestrife, Lythrum virgatum
European wand loosestrife, Lythrum virgatum
Josephine Gallery: HMS Pinafore, Sir Joseph Porter and Josephine Corcoran
HMS Pinafore, Sir Joseph Porter and Josephine Corcoran
Josephine Gallery: HMS Pinafore, Ralph Rackstraw and Josephine Corcoran
HMS Pinafore, Ralph Rackstraw and Josephine Corcoran
Josephine Gallery: HMS Pinafore, Josephine Corcoran on deck
HMS Pinafore, Josephine Corcoran on deck
Josephine Gallery: HMS Pinafore, Captain Corcoran and daughter
HMS Pinafore, Captain Corcoran and daughter
Josephine Gallery: Josephine Bradley and Frank Ford, Ballroom dancers, London
Josephine Bradley and Frank Ford, Ballroom dancers, London
Josephine Gallery: Hairstyles of Josephine de Beauharnais, 1788
Hairstyles of Josephine de Beauharnais, 1788
Josephine Gallery: Josephine plant and stonecrops
Josephine plant and stonecrops
Josephine Gallery: Madame Josephine Gautier as Ariel in La Corde de Pendu, 1844
Madame Josephine Gautier as Ariel in La Corde de Pendu, 1844
Josephine Gallery: Marriage of Napoleon and Josephine at Notre Dame, 1804
Marriage of Napoleon and Josephine at Notre Dame, 1804
Josephine Gallery: Mlle. Josephine Duchesnois in Alzire, 1813
Mlle. Josephine Duchesnois in Alzire, 1813
Josephine Gallery: Hortense Beauharnais, Queen consort of Holland
Hortense Beauharnais, Queen consort of Holland
Josephine Gallery: Eugene Beauharnais, Duke of Leuchtenberg, 1781-1824
Eugene Beauharnais, Duke of Leuchtenberg, 1781-1824
Josephine Gallery: Empress Josephine, ceremonial robes, 1763-1814
Empress Josephine, ceremonial robes, 1763-1814
Josephine Gallery: Empress Josephine, wife of Napoleon Bonaparte, 1763-1814
Empress Josephine, wife of Napoleon Bonaparte, 1763-1814
Josephine Gallery: Mlle. Duchesnois as Valerie in Sylla by Jouy
Mlle. Duchesnois as Valerie in Sylla by Jouy
Josephine Gallery: Josephine Baker
Josephine Baker
Josephine Gallery: Esther Bruce & her adopted nephew Stephen Bourne
Esther Bruce & her adopted nephew Stephen Bourne
Josephine Gallery: Esther Bruce by Val Wilmer in Fulham, London
Esther Bruce by Val Wilmer in Fulham, London
Josephine Gallery: Esther Bruce (extreme right) at a family wedding
Esther Bruce (extreme right) at a family wedding
Josephine Gallery: Esther Bruce, Kathy Joyce, Hannah Johnson and Michael Joyce
Esther Bruce, Kathy Joyce, Hannah Johnson and Michael Joyce
Josephine Gallery: Sketch cover - Josephine Baker
Sketch cover - Josephine Baker
Josephine Gallery: Studio portrait of little girl, circa 1930s
Studio portrait of little girl, circa 1930s
Josephine Gallery: Little girl holds a toy rabbit, circa 1930s
Little girl holds a toy rabbit, circa 1930s
Josephine Gallery: Josephine Baker with pet bunny rabbits and many small dogs
Josephine Baker with pet bunny rabbits and many small dogs
Josephine Gallery: Josephine Baker in the Revue N觲e
Josephine Baker in the Revue N觲e

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Josephine was a French empress and the first wife of Napoleon Bonaparte. She was born in 1763 in Martinique, a French colony in the Caribbean. She was the daughter of a wealthy plantation owner, and she was educated in France.

Josephine was a beautiful and intelligent woman, and she quickly became a favorite of Napoleon's. He proposed to her in 1796, and they were married in March of the same year. Josephine was a devoted wife and mother, and she was a great support to Napoleon during his rise to power.

Josephine was also a great patron of the arts. She was a passionate collector of art and antiques, and she was a great supporter of the French fashion industry. She was also a great supporter of the French Revolution, and she was a great advocate for the rights of women.

Josephine was a very popular figure in France, and she was beloved by the people. However, her marriage to Napoleon was not a happy one. Napoleon was unfaithful to her, and in 1810 he divorced her in order to marry a woman who could give him an heir.

Josephine died in 1814, and she was buried in the Invalides in Paris. She is remembered as a great patron of the arts and a great advocate for the rights of women. She is also remembered as a devoted wife and mother, and as a great support to Napoleon during his rise to power.