Jean-Honore Fragonard French Rococo style painter
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- Jean-Honore Fragonard (1732-1986), the French painter, the engraver, the original and loving Rococo style, especially the popular tradition of conveying the popular paintings.
81 * 64.2 centimeters in 1767, oil painting, hidden in the London Wallace Collection
Background: Noble and mistress is a very interesting custom painting, one of the masterpieces of the Rococo style and the most famous works of Jean-Honore Fragonard.
Appreciation: the right one in the dark light of the older men will be young woman's swing to the left young man is a woman's lover, a woman deliberately let him peeping his skirt, but also provocative pop up a shoe. Ironically, the frivolous woman's sunshade style symbolizes the pure and natural virtue that is not tempted by secular temptations.
Blind Man's Bluff
116.8 * 91.4 centimeters, 1760 years, oil paintings, hidden in the United States, Ohio Toledo Art Museum
Background: Toledo Art Museum Evaluation This painting is a "sensual pornographic entertainment painting, Jean-Honore Fragonard from the senses to meet the 18th century French aristocratic romantic pastoral theme."
Appreciation: the characters in the painting is aristocratic or rich, dressed in fashion but it is Eupolyphaga, women, although blindfolded but can peep in the gap, the scene is also true, depicting the game between men and women is just an excuse for the game, the ultimate goal of the game Apparently.
A Young Girl Reading
51.1 * 64.8 cm, 1776, hiding in the National Museum of Art, Washington, United States
Background: Through the modern instrument X-ray detection, the painting was originally a girl for the audience, and later was re-modified for the side of the book shape. Jean-Honore Fragonard A series of quick paintings of young women is called "Portrait Rhapsody".
Appreciation: light from the front illuminated the girl, the shadow fell behind the wall. Girl wearing a lemon yellow dress, match the white collar cuffs and purple ribbon, backed by a soft cushion, holding a small book to concentrate on watching.