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The Empire style (French pronunciation: ​[ɑ̃.piːʁ], style Empire) is an early-nineteenth-century design movement in architecture, furniture, other decorative arts, and the visual arts, representing the second phase of Neoclassicism. It flourished between 1800 and 1815 during the Consulate and the First French Empire periods, although its life span lasted until the late-1820s. From France it spread into much of Europe and the United States.The Empire style originated in and takes its name from the rule of the Emperor Napoleon I in the First French Empire, when it was intended to idealize Napoleon's leadership and the French state. The previous fashionable style in France had been the Directoire style, a more austere and minimalist form of Neoclassicism that replaced the Louis XVI style, and the new Empire style brought a full return to ostentatious richness. The style corresponds somewhat to the Biedermeier style in the German-speaking lands, Federal style in the United States, and the Regency style in Britain.

Article Title : Empire style
Article Snippet :x 15 x 26 cm; Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Montreal, Canada) Teapot (théière Asselin), part of a breakfast service (déjeuner); 1813; hard-paste porcelain;
Article Title : List of fictional princesses
Article Snippet :Waki in Japanese and Emi Lo in English. Renner Vaiself Overlord Renner Theiere Chardelon Ryle Vaiself, she is the third princess of the Re-Estize Kingdom
Article Title : L'enfant et les sortilèges
Article Snippet :L'horloge comtoise, a clock broken by the child baritone Edmond Warnéry La théière, Wedgwood teapot tenor Gaston Dubois La tasse chinoise, a broken china
Article Title : List of Overlord (novel series) characters
Article Snippet :with Gazef and Brain as well as several members of Blue Roses. Renner Theiere Chardelon Ryle Vaiself (ラナー・ティエール・シャルドルン・ライル・ヴァイセルフ, Ranā Tiēru Sharudorun
Article Title : Achille Zo
Article Snippet :illustrator. "Achille Zo Bayonne, 1826 - Bordeaux, 1901 - Composition à la théière", (in French) Retrieved 27 April 2012. H. Jeanpierre, Achille
Article Title : Villa Maund
Article Snippet :Retrieved 5 February 2013. "En montagne, il y a...des chalets...#3". La Théière Électrique. Archive Janvier 2010 (in French). CanalBlog. 13 January 2010
Article Title : Musée Cantini
Article Snippet :Giacometti, Portrait de Diego, 1957; Roland Bierge, Nature morte à la Théière brune, 1957; Balthus, Nature morte à la lampe, 1958, Le Baigneur, 1960;
Article Title : National Museum of Fine Arts of Algiers
Article Snippet :Portrait de Marie-Françoise Buron Jean Siméon Chardin (1699-1779), La Théière blanche Jean-Baptiste Nattier (1678-1726), Portrait de Madame de La Poix
Article Title : List of paintings by Georges Lebacq
Article Snippet :l'Eglise de Creysse Lot Vitraux de l'Eglise de Goudou Lot La Théière bleue Cuivre et Pommes La Théière Noire Le Monstre, BAM (Beaux-Arts Museum of Mons (Belgium)
Article Title : Daniel Bédard
Article Snippet :du Nouvel-Ontario and Théâtre français de Toronto. En grève autour de théières fumantes. 2019. Théâtre la catapulte and Théâtre action, Ottawa. Plein

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