Portrait of Henri Chevreau is an 1800s painting by French Romantic artist Paul Delaroche. This work is located in the Château de Compiègne in Compiègne, France.
Chevreau was a French politician during Second and Third French Empires. He was a Bonapartist, the political ideology and system associated with the leadership of Napoleon Bonaparte. It emphasizes strong central authority, nationalism, and social order. Bonapartists sought to maintain or restore the principles established by Napoleon, often advocating for a strong executive power and policies reflecting his legacy.