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Princess Marie Sophie Hélène Béatrix de France, youngest child of King Louis XVI. of France and Queen Marie Antoinette of France, granddaughter of Empress Maria Theresia of Austria and Holy Roman Emperor Franz I. Stephan of Lorraine, Sophie Hélène Béatrix de France asleep in her cradle, pastel, 1786, 9-5/8 x 12-3/4 inches,Collection marquis de Lastic, Château de Parentignat, The youngest child of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette was born 9 July 1786 and died 19 June 1787, drawn at the same time as Louis Charles, duc de Normandie, 1786.

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