Imbert de Saint-Amand, Arthur-Léon
Arthur Léon Imbert de Saint - Amand (1834 - 1900), a nineteenth century aristocrat, choreographer, and historian of his times, was born in France. He is best - known for his accounts of the aristocracy, which include Last Years of Louis XV: La Cour de Louis XIV, The Court of the Empress Josephine, The Duchess of Berry and the Court of Charles X, and The Happy Days of the Empress Marie Louise. He died at the age of 66.
Belonging to the French aristocracy of nineteenth century, Saint-Amand was a historian of great caliber. Observing the royal family from close circles and lending first-hand information to his accounts, he wrote many books chronicling the lives of the royalty.