Stunning. The shading on fur and fabric are almost beyond belief.
But seriously, how many of your followers would even know who would know -- or care, for that matter -- who Ingres was (one of the most outstanding practitioners of Neoclassicism of his time -- even if he never received the honors he was due in his lifetime) or recognize an hommage to a painting nearly 200 years old? Actually, I might be quite surprised; some of the folks on DA are well educated. Considering that one long-standing criticism of Ingres' Grande Odalisque was that her back was inhumanly long (some have said by as many as five vertebrae), the choice of an Ermine is quite interesting -- since they have such long backs, anyway. Or was that your intent?
For those still scratching their heads, an odalisque is a female slave to a Turkish Harem.
P.S. Yes, I sat through two Fine Arts History courses. I needed the professor from the first session to sign off that I had completed the course, but, well, the building I registered in was named after him, so I got stuck. Then I saw the professor for the second course. She could pose nude for me, anytime!