Eugene Emmanuel Amaury Pineux Duval (Montrouge, April 16, 1808; Paris, December 25 1885) better known under the pseudonym of Amaury Duval was a french painter. He was one of the first students to enter to the workshop of master, Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres. In 1829, he formed part of the commission of artists and scientist nominated by Charles X to go to Greece during the Expedition Morea, as a archaeology designer. He exhibited for the first time at the Salon in 1833 with several portraits like Green Dame (which has not been found) and his Self-Portrait that can be seen at the Museum of Fine Arts de Rennes. In 1834, he exhibited his Berger Greek discovering an ancient bas-relief. From 1834 to 1836, he made a long trip to Italy, Florence, Rome and Naples where he finds with the art of Italian Renaissance. Back in France, he participates in the decoration of churches that the government of Louis-Philippe and Napoleon III distributing the artists: the chapel of St. Philomena in the church of Saint-Merry (1840-1844), the chapel of the virgin at Saint-Germain-l'Auxerrois in Paris (1844-1846) and then the parish church of Saint-Germain-en-Laye (1849-1856).