Cecile Bochet, Madame Panckoucke (1811) by Jean-auguste-dominique Ingres

Cecile Bochet, Madame Panckoucke - Jean-auguste-dominique Ingres - 1811

Artwork Information

TitleCecile Bochet, Madame Panckoucke
ArtistJean-auguste-dominique Ingres
MediumOil On Canvas
Current LocationMusée Du Louvre, Paris
Order a Custom Print of this Artwork!

About Cecile Bochet, Madame Panckoucke

Portrait of Madame Cécile Panckoucke, née Bochet is a painting done by the French Neoclassical painter Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres in 1811. The famous artwork can be delivered as an art print on canvas, poster, plate or finest handmade paper. Ingres received acclaim for portraits drawn in his pristine style and Madame Panckoucke and Her Granddaughter is a famous drawing by him.

The painting depicts Madame Panckoucke, who was born Cécile Bochet in 1811. It’s currently located at the collection of Louvre, Paris. It is said that she was painted wearing her wedding dress after her marriage to Charles Louis Félicien de Saulcy Panckoucke who was a publisher and son of the founder of Mercure de France. She sits with poise, wearing an elegant embroidered gown with delicate details visible such as flowers on her dress.

In conclusion, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres’ Portrait of Madame Cécile Panckoucke is known for its refined detailing which reflects his neoclassical style. The portrait displays Madame Cécile sitting with grace and beauty that tranlates through various prints made available for people to admire today.

Other Artwork from Jean-auguste-dominique Ingres

More Artwork from Artchive

Scroll to Top