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Madame Thénardier is the female secondary antagonist in the novel Les Misérables by Victor Hugo. She is the wife of Monsieur Thénardier. She mistreats Cosette until Jean Valjean takes her away. In the movie and musical, she is seen again at Marius and Cosette's wedding stealing silverware (this does not happen in the book, where she is arrested, eventually dying in prison after her family is incarcerated). In the book Madame Thénardier is ugly, tall, fat and huge woman, about 30 years old in…

Noelle Monroe
Year of the Villain: Madam Mim Evil Disney, Disney Marvel, Disney Fun, Disney Magic, Disney Pixar, Disney World, Walt Disney, Disney Villians, Disney Movies

First Appearance The Sword in the Stone (1963) Origin The Sword in the Stone book by T. H. White (Note: She does not appear in the revised version incorporated into The Once and Future King) Other Appearances House of Mouse (2001) Mickey's House of Villains (2001) Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In at the House of Mouse Voice Martha Wentworth Original Design Milt Kahl Bill Peet Original Animator Milt Kahl Frank Thomas

John Chadwick
Portrait Of Madame X, John Singer Sargent Watercolors, John Sargent, Sargent Art, Outdoorsy Wedding, Edward Hopper, Moda Vintage, Fairy Dress, Traditional Paintings

The infamous 'Portrait of Madame X' that scandalised Paris in 1884. Rumour has it that Singer Sargent was a distant relative, but as Lou Reed says, "you can't always trust your Mother." [UPDATE: Painter Lindsay Mitchell has an explanation of what exactly was considered so scandalous about this painting: Parisians took their art more seriously then than we now do, and apparently the painting was also subtly different then... See Lindsay's 'Spot the difference']