The Duc d'Orléans (1810 - 1842) was the eldest son of King Louis-Philippe.
Ingres painted a three-quarter-length portrait of the duke between 1841 and April 1842 which is still in the family's possession. When the duke was killed in a carriage accident, many replicas of this earlier portrait were ordered, of which this picture is one. It is probably the joint work of Ingres and his assistants, and it is the only one where a cloak covers most of the uniform.
|artist||Studio of Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres|
We hope that you will love everything you buy from us, however, if you're not completely happy with your order, please contact us within 14 days of receipt. A 20% cancellation fee applies to made-to-order prints. If your order is damaged or faulty, we will arrange a replacement.
More information on Returns & Refunds
The Duc d'Orléans Print
20% Cancellation Fee on Made to Order products
If you decided to cancel your made-to-order print for any reason, it is unlikely that we could sell it to another customer at full selling price. We'll therefore charge a cancellation fee of 20% of the order price.