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Greuze

(French ɡrøz)
n
(Biography) Jean Baptiste (ʒɑ̃ batist). 1725–1805, French genre and portrait painter
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Greuze

(grœz)

n.
Jean Baptiste (ʒɑ̃) 1725–1805, French painter.
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Jeune garcon endormi, a mi-hauteur, profil gauche, Jean-Baptiste Greuze (1725-1805), oil on canvas, 46x38.1cm.
In 2007 Ian, who is now retired, and wife Mary sold two paintings by French artist Jean-Baptiste Greuze for pounds 800,000.
The volume includes Bernadette Fort's absorbing essay on Jean-Baptiste Greuze's framing of his wife's image.
Two by 18th-century French master Jean-Baptiste Greuze, valued at pounds 18,000 to 20,000, fetched pounds 1.05 million at Donnington Priory, near Newbury, Berkshire.
Storr's title for the symposium revealed his own inclination toward a "Global Salon," and he insisted that he wanted the generative moment of Denis Diderot and Jean-Baptiste Greuze, not the hopeless pompiers furnishing state buildings in the late nineteenth century.
If you were to choose among Francois Boucher (1703-1770), Jean-Simeon Chardin (1699-1779), Jean-Honore Fragonard (1732-1806), and Jean-Baptiste Greuze (1725-1805), Greuze is certainly the big eighteenth-century French painter who got away.
It works splendidly with the works of the eighteenth-century French painter Jean-Baptiste Greuze, where of course Helgerson has the brilliant work of Michael Fried to draw on.
Rockwell painted mercantile society, in the tradition of Frans Hals, William Hogarth, Jean-Baptiste Greuze, Louis Leopold Boilly, and William Frith, but as an American he painted a society grounded not in the wisdom of its elders but in the promise of its youth."
On Mondays such artists as Francois Boucher, Maurice-Quentin de La Tour, and Jean-Baptiste Greuze attended; on Wednesdays writers, including Horace Walpole, Pierre Marivaux, Bernard de Fontenelle, and Claude-Adrien Helvetius, were present.

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