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Ferdinand Philippe d'Orléans, Ingres-Bourdelle Museum in Montauban

After three years of renovation work, the Ingres-Bourdelle Museum in Montauban has reopened its doors to host the exhibition "Ferdinand Philippe d'Orléans" from June 18 to October 24, 2021. Images of the ideal prince".
For this purpose, LP Art Toulouse mobilized a team of four installers, including a team leader, for two weeks to unpack and install nearly 180 historical works from some forty lenders, mostly French, including the Louvre and the Ingres-Bourdelle Museum: large life-size plaster, large paintings, marbles, bronzes but also drawings, engravings, archival documents and military dress... This exhibition gives a portrait of Ferdinand Philippe d'Orléans, heir to the French throne between 1830 and 1842 enjoying then a considerable influence as a prince and patron.

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