Baron Theodore Gudin was a famous Salon painter in Paris in the middle of the nineteenth century. He was the most sought after of all painters to the French court and painted a large number of works for the French King which were hung at Versailles. He also worked for the Duc d’Orleans and many other eminent members of the French court. He won gold medals for his paintings and was decorated as a commander of the Legion d’honneur. Gudin was a friend of the English artist Sir David Wilkie and exhibited at the Royal Academy in London.
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