|COURTESAN, ACTOR, SINGER (FRANCE)|
BORN 6 Aug 1820, Paris - DIED 3 Mar 1893, Paris: Passy-sur-Seine|
REAL NAME Pilloy, Julie-Justine
GRAVE LOCATION Paris: Père Lachaise, Rue du Repos 16 (Division 89, ligne 01, F, 19)
Alice Ozy was successful as an actress, but best known as a courtesan. She was well paid by her lovers, mostly notables from Paris society. She had an affair with Victor Hugo's son Charles, who complained to his father that she was unfaithful. Hugo intervened by seducing Alice himself, much to the disgust of his son.
Other lovers were The Duke of Aumale, Théodore Chassériau (1848-1850), Théophile Gautier and Louis Napoleon Bonaparte. She was the model for the women on "Supper After the Fancy Dress Ball" (1855) by Thomas Couture. Chassériau painted her in the nude.
Her grave monument at Père Lachaise in Paris was designed by Gustave Doré.
was the lover of Chassériau, Théodore
worked as a model for Couture, Thomas
has grave monument designed by Doré, Gustave
was the lover of Gautier, Théophile
was the lover of Napoleon III Bonaparte
was rival of Plessis, Alphonsine
Beyern, Bertrand, Guide des Cimetières en France, Le Cherche Midi Éditeur, Paris, 1994
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