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Alfred Guillaume Gabriel Grimod d'Orsay, comte d'Orsay (4 September 1801 – 4 August 1852) was a French amateur artist, dandy, and man of fashion in the early- to mid-19th century.

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Charles Hullmandel, after Count Alfred D’Orsay Portrait of J.M.W. Turner (‘The Fallacy of Hope’), engraved by J. Hogarth

published 1851

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