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Fragonard

[fra-gaw-nar] /fra gɔˈnar/
noun
1.
Jean Honoré
[zhahn aw-naw-rey] /ʒɑ̃ ɔ nɔˈreɪ/ (Show IPA),
1732–1806, French painter.
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  • Fragonard, who had been the darling of his age, died in neglect and beggary.

  • Watteau, Boucher, Fragonard worked for tyrants and for slaves.

    The Gods are Athirst Anatole France
  • Fragonard, anything but energetic, liked always to take his own time at his work.

    Fragonard

    Haldane Macfall
  • It was to cost France a terrible price—and Fragonard not least of all.

    Fragonard

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  • What more natural than that Fragonard should become her master?

    Fragonard

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  • The move was for Fragonard but the prelude to a longer journey.

    Fragonard

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  • Of its pictured romance, Watteau and Boucher and Fragonard hold the keys.

    Fragonard

    Haldane Macfall
  • This effect might have been gained by a Fragonard working in the solid.

  • There were several prints on the walls, mostly after Watteau and Fragonard.

    The Passionate Elopement Compton Mackenzie
  • He is much nearer to Fragonard than he is to Edouard Frère even.

    French Art W. C. Brownell
British Dictionary definitions for Fragonard

Fragonard

/French fraɡɔnar/
noun
1.
Jean-Honoré (ʒɑ̃ ɔnɔre). 1732–1806, French artist, noted for richly coloured paintings typifying the frivolity of 18th- century French court life
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