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Madame Céleste (Céline Céleste)

(1815-1882), Actress, dancer and theatre manager

Sitter in 6 portraits

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Madame Céleste (Céline Céleste), by Herbert Watkins - NPG P301(56)

Madame Céleste (Céline Céleste)

by Herbert Watkins
albumen print, late 1850s
NPG P301(56)

'Popular Actresses', by Frederick Holland Mares, after  Alexander Bassano, and  Clarkington & Co (Charles Clarkington), and  Joseph Richard James, and  Horatio Nelson King, and  Camille Silvy, and possibly  Leonida Caldesi, and  Adolphe Paul Auguste Beau, and  Thomas Cranfiel - NPG x137000

'Popular Actresses'

by Frederick Holland Mares, after Alexander Bassano, and Clarkington & Co (Charles Clarkington), and Joseph Richard James, and Horatio Nelson King, and Camille Silvy, and possibly Leonida Caldesi, and Adolphe Paul Auguste Beau, and Thomas Cranfiel
albumen carte-de-visite, 1863
NPG x137000

Madame Céleste (Céline Céleste) as Princess Katharine in 'Henry V', by T. Hollis, published by  John Tallis & Company, after a daguerreotype by  John Jabez Edwin Mayall - NPG D2036

Madame Céleste (Céline Céleste) as Princess Katharine in 'Henry V'

by T. Hollis, published by John Tallis & Company, after a daguerreotype by John Jabez Edwin Mayall
line engraving, mid 19th century
NPG D2036

Madame Céleste (Céline Céleste) as Madeline in 'St Mary's Eve', by Maxim Gauci, after  Alfred Edward Chalon - NPG D32806

Madame Céleste (Céline Céleste) as Madeline in 'St Mary's Eve'

by Maxim Gauci, after Alfred Edward Chalon
lithograph, published 1838
NPG D32806

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Madame Céleste (Céline Céleste)

by John Jabez Edwin Mayall
albumen carte-de-visite, 1860s-1870s
NPG x5729

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Madame Céleste (Céline Céleste)

by William Walker & Sons
albumen carte-de-visite, 1871
NPG x74505

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