Bianca Milesi Mojon (May 22, 1790 – June 8, 1849) was an Italian patriot, writer and painter. Bianca Milesi was born into a family of wealthy merchants in Milan, daughter of Giovan Battista Milesi and Elena Viscontini. She had four sisters, Antoinette, Francesca, Agostina, Louise, and a brother, Charles, who would join in marriage with his cousin Elena Viscontini, sister of Matilda. She was brought up from six to ten years in a convent in Florence, in Milan in the monasteries of St. Sophia and the Holy Spirit, and finally with a governess. A journey made together with her mother in Tuscany and Switzerland gave her the opportunity to broaden her horizons and study the philosophy of the Enlightenment.

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  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Milesi.Bianca MilesiFichier:Bianca Milesi.jpg Bianca Milesi-Mojon Bianca Milesi ou Bianca Milesi-Mojon (Milan, 22 mai 1790 - Paris 8 juin 1849) est une femme patriote, écrivain et peintre italienne, qui a joué un rôle important dans les mouvements insurrectionnels des carbonari milanais de 1821. (fr)
  • Ebbe un ruolo di primo piano nei moti carbonari milanesi del 1821. (it)
  • Bianca Milesi Mojon (May 22, 1790 – June 8, 1849) was an Italian patriot, writer and painter. Bianca Milesi was born into a family of wealthy merchants in Milan, daughter of Giovan Battista Milesi and Elena Viscontini. She had four sisters, Antoinette, Francesca, Agostina, Louise, and a brother, Charles, who would join in marriage with his cousin Elena Viscontini, sister of Matilda. She was brought up from six to ten years in a convent in Florence, in Milan in the monasteries of St. Sophia and the Holy Spirit, and finally with a governess. A journey made together with her mother in Tuscany and Switzerland gave her the opportunity to broaden her horizons and study the philosophy of the Enlightenment. Even after returning to Milan, she continued to travel, periodically visiting Florence and Rome. In Florence he met the Countess of Albany Princess Louise of Stolberg-Gedern, who had been the mistress of Vittorio Alfieri. In Rome she came into relationship with Antonio Canova and the German painter Sophie Reinhard. She had a leading role in the Carbonari uprisings in Milan in 1821. She later went on to become a drawer and painter, and taught at schools, particularly training girls to become interested in the arts. She died in Paris on June 8, 1849. (en)
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  • 1790-5-22
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  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Milesi.Bianca MilesiFichier:Bianca Milesi.jpg Bianca Milesi-Mojon Bianca Milesi ou Bianca Milesi-Mojon (Milan, 22 mai 1790 - Paris 8 juin 1849) est une femme patriote, écrivain et peintre italienne, qui a joué un rôle important dans les mouvements insurrectionnels des carbonari milanais de 1821. (fr)
  • Ebbe un ruolo di primo piano nei moti carbonari milanesi del 1821. (it)
  • Bianca Milesi Mojon (May 22, 1790 – June 8, 1849) was an Italian patriot, writer and painter. Bianca Milesi was born into a family of wealthy merchants in Milan, daughter of Giovan Battista Milesi and Elena Viscontini. She had four sisters, Antoinette, Francesca, Agostina, Louise, and a brother, Charles, who would join in marriage with his cousin Elena Viscontini, sister of Matilda. She was brought up from six to ten years in a convent in Florence, in Milan in the monasteries of St. Sophia and the Holy Spirit, and finally with a governess. A journey made together with her mother in Tuscany and Switzerland gave her the opportunity to broaden her horizons and study the philosophy of the Enlightenment. (en)
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