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Fragonard

Jean-Honor? . 1732--1806, French artist, noted for richly coloured paintings typifying the frivolity of 18th- century French court life
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As part of improving energy efficiency of its buildings, the region EAle-de-France aims to rehabilitate the school Fragonard Isle Adam (95) by focusing primarily on the envelope of its buildings.
Parfumerie Fragonard (left) and a street scene in Grasse Picture: JEAN-LOUIS ZIMMERMANN
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Beckford bought it as a Fragonard but, although his judgement of pictures was acute, it was not infallible.
Lovers of 16th and 17th century art will enjoy the exhibitions Florence, Portraits at the Court of the Medicis , at the Jacquemart Andre Museum (11 September/25 January) and Fragonard in Love , at the Luxembourg Museum (16 September / 24 January).
And visitors to the Martin Tinney Gallery in Cardiff will be able to see how the Surrey-born artist is influenced by French art and, in particular the deceptive lightness and fragility of Watteau and Fragonard and the complex and subtle use of pictorial space in Poussin.
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Censured by factions within the Academie in France, Rubens nevertheless shaped much of the rococo art that appealed to the pleasure-seeking urban and aristocratic elites, influencing the fetes galantes of Jean-Antoine Watteau, the eroticism of Francois Boucher, and the hedonistic fantasies of Jean-Honore Fragonard, for example.
In the interior, are three works by Rubens and one by Jean-Honore Fragonard, a French painter native of the town.
All three collections present works of art by masters, including Canaletto, Boucher, Fragonard, Corot, Boudin, Renoir, Monet, Signac, Chagall, Vryzakis, Volanakis, Rallis, Moralis, Tsarouchis, Ghika, Kissonergis, Diamantis and Kanthos, echoing over 400 years of history and art, beckoning the public to discover a world of artistic creation beyond the confines of periods and schools, as this is detected in the broader artistic tradition of Europe.
I tend to think that this is partly a result of his long-standing interest in the 18th century, which gave us at the same time Meissen, Fragonard, Fuseli and Goya.
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