This is Ferdinand-Philippe, the Duke of Orléans, who died in a car accident in 1842. (*).
His statue reminds me of someone I worked with briefly a few years ago. Pompous, arrogant, disdainful, and overdressed. If you're a duke, and the king's son, you can probably get away with it.
If you're a low-ranking manager, try another strategy.
* It was actually a "voiture à cheval", a horse and carriage. Modern vehicles kill people much more effectively, but it is interesting that the culture of death on the roads was already in place so long ago.