Jean Antoine Watteau

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Noun1.Jean Antoine Watteau - French painter (1684-1721)Jean Antoine Watteau - French painter (1684-1721)    
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1718-20, Antoine Watteau (1684-1721), oil on canvas, 55.2 x 43.2cm, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Antoine Watteau. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press.
As an example of the barely relevant, we read that in 1721 "the painter Antoine Watteau died in Nogentsur-Marme, Ile-de-France" (p.
The leather-bound book includes lists and photographs of 78 paintings by prominent artists including the French masters Nicolas de Largillihre, Antoine Watteau and Hyacinthe Rigaud, whose works sell for hundreds of thousands of pounds.
IT is a tribute to the French painter, Antoine Watteau, that there are more of his works in public collections in London than in Paris: fourteen in London, twelve in Paris.
These three selections--on composer Robert Schumann (1810-1856) and painters Jean Antoine Watteau (1684-1721) and Paulus Potter (1625-1654)--are simply examples of a talent which developed into the complex fictional chronicles of fashionable life among aristocratic Parisians in the Faubourg St.
Antoine Watteau; perspectives on the artist and the culture of his time.