Alexandrine de Bleschamp
Alexandrine de Bleschamp (1778 – 13 July 1855) was a French noblewoman. She was already the widow of the banker Hippolyte Jouberthon (having born him one child, Anna, in 1799), and thus known as "Madame Jouberthon", when she became the second wife of Lucien Bonaparte, a younger brother of Napoleon Bonaparte. She and her second husband had nine children, including:
- Charles Lucien Bonaparte (1803–1857), naturalist and ornithologist.
- Louis Lucien Bonaparte (1813–1891).
- Pierre Napoleon Bonaparte (1815–1881).
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- Hans Naef, 'Who's Who in Ingres's Portrait of the Family of Lucien Bonaparte?', The Burlington Magazine, Vol. 114, No. 836 (Nov., 1972), pp. 787-791
- Alexandrine as Terpsichore, by Canova
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