The Dauphin's Entry Into Paris is an 1821 painting by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. It is now in the Wadsworth Atheneum collection.
It belongs to the painter's Troubador style period and shows the future Charles V of France returning to Paris on 2 August 1358 after a revolt there. It was commissioned by Amédée-David Pastoret, whose ancestor Jehan Pastoret, president of the parliament of Paris, is shown in red.
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