Fleurs De Printemps by William Bouguereau
Fleurs De Printemps by William Bouguereau

Fleurs De Printemps

Fleurs De Printemps c1878 by French Painter William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825 – 1905); of the NeoClassic and Academic Periods, who created modern interpretations of classical subjects based of mythological themes.

Fleurs De Printemps is another version of William Bouguereau’s piece Little Girl … Read the rest

Juno Asking Aeolus To Release The Winds by Francois Boucher
Juno Asking Aeolus To Release The Winds by Francois Boucher

Juno Asking Aeolus To Release The Winds

Juno Asking Aeolus To Release The Winds c1769 by French Painter Francois Boucher (1703 – 1770), who was also an accomplished draughtsman and etcher. He worked in the Rococo Style and is known … Read the rest

Young Girl by François Boucher
Young Girl by François Boucher

Young Girl

Young girl c1760-70 by French Rococo Painter François Boucher (1703 – 1770), who was also an accomplished draughtsman and etcher. He worked in the Rococo Style and is known for his idyllic classical themes, pastoral scenes and decorative allegories.

This is a beautiful … Read the rest

Angelica and Medoro	 by François Boucher
Angelica and Medoro by François Boucher

Angelica and Medoro

Angelica and Medoro c1763 by French Painter François Boucher (1703 – 1770), who was also an accomplished draughtsman and etcher. He worked in the Rococo Style and is known for his idyllic classical themes, pastoral scenes and decorative allegories.

This is … Read the rest

Jupiter in the Guise of Diana, and Nymph Callisto
Jupiter in the Guise of Diana, and Nymph Callisto

Jupiter in the Guise of Diana

Jupiter in the Guise of Diana, and the Nymph Callisto c1759 by French Painter François Boucher (1703–1770), who was also an accomplished draughtsman and etcher. He worked in the Rococo Style and is known for … Read the rest

Madame Bergeret by François Boucher
Madame Bergeret by François Boucher

Madame Bergeret

Madame Bergeret ~c1766 by French Painter François Boucher (1703–1770) is painted in the Rococo style and depicts the first wife of Pierre Jacques Onésyme Bergeret; Mrs Marguerite Josèphe Richard, posing in a beautiful white satin gown standing in a beautiful lush garden.

This … Read the rest

Washerwomen by François Boucher
Washerwomen by François Boucher

Washerwomen

Washerwomen c1768 by French Painter François Boucher (1703 – 1770), who was also an accomplished draughtsman and etcher. He worked in the Rococo Style and is known for his idyllic classical themes, pastoral scenes and decorative allegories.

A fanciful painting showing a group of women … Read the rest

Shepherd's Idyll by François Boucher
Shepherd’s Idyll by François Boucher

Shepherd’s Idyll

Shepherd’s Idyll c1768 by French Painter François Boucher (1703 – 1770), who was also an accomplished draughtsman and etcher. He worked in the Rococo Style and is known for his idyllic classical themes, pastoral scenes and decorative allegories.

A picturesque setting with both … Read the rest

Young Woman with Flowers in Her Hair by François Boucher
Young Woman with Flowers in Her Hair by François Boucher

Young Woman with Flowers in Her Hair

Young Woman with Flowers in Her Hair c1734 by French Painter François Boucher (1703 – 1770), who was also an accomplished draughtsman and etcher. He worked in the Rococo Style and is known … Read the rest

Portrait Of Madame Badouin, The Artist's Daughter by François Boucher
Portrait Of Madame Badouin, The Artist’s Daughter by François Boucher

Portrait Of Madame Badouin

Portrait Of Madame Badouin, The Artist’s Daughter c1758-60 by French Painter François Boucher (1703 – 1770); also known as a draftsman, engraver and decorator in the French Rococo style, was well known for his lavish mythological, … Read the rest

Venus On The Waves by François Boucher
Venus On The Waves by François Boucher

Venus On The Waves

Venus On The Waves c1769 by French Painter François Boucher (1703 – 1770); also known as a draftsman, engraver and decorator in the French Rococo style, was well known for his lavish mythological, allegorical and erotic motifs and was … Read the rest