A great-granddaughter of Fragonard, she seems to have inherited his talent; Corot and Renoir forcibly appealed to her.
Fragonard, who had been the darling of his age, died in neglect and beggary.
Watteau, Boucher, Fragonard worked for tyrants and for slaves.
Fragonard, anything but energetic, liked always to take his own time at his work.
She had need of a teacher; and who better qualified for the business than her townsman, the famous Fragonard?
What more natural than that Fragonard should become her master?
In the art of Fragonard, that great virtuoso of the brush, the influence of Rubens becomes absolutely paramount.
Of its pictured romance, Watteau and Boucher and Fragonard hold the keys.
Fragonard lost patience and temper, goaded by her ill-manners, her abuse, and her biting tongue.
This effect might have been gained by a Fragonard working in the solid.