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Le Peintre dans son atelier
Le Peintre dans son atelier
Le Peintre dans son atelier
Boucher, François 1703–1770.

“Le Peintre dans son atelier” (The painter in his studio), no date.

Oil on wood, 27 × 22cm.
Paris, Musée du Louvre.
Girl Resting
Hercules and Omphale
Madame de Pompadour at her toilette.
L’appeau, dit L’oiseau pris dans les filets
La Toilette
The Secret Message
Dreaming shepherdess
Jeune femme au manchon
Venus in her Bath surrounded by Nymphs and Cupids
Die Toilette der Venus
The Raised Skirt
The Toilet of Venus.
La toilette de Venus.
Triumph of Venus
Sleeping Venus
Bain de Diane
The Education of Cupid
Diana and Calypso
Les charmes de la vie champêtre
Chinoiserie: Festin de l’empereur
Madame de Pompadour seated outside.
Portra of Madame de Pompadour
Nu couché
Une jeune femme endormie
Male nude lying on a stone bench
Venus with quiver and arrow
Venus with Dove
Paysanne et ses enfants
Rinaud et Armide
Rest on the Flight into Egypt
Landscape with cottage
Phantastic landscape at Tivoli
Portrait du peintre François Boucher
François Boucher
30th May 2020 - 250th Anniversary of his Death.

François Boucher, 1703 – 1770,
French painter, draughtsman and etcher, who worked in the Rococo style. Boucher is known for his idyllic and voluptuous paintings on classical themes, decorative allegories, and pastoral scenes and is famous for saying that nature is "trop verte et mal éclairée" (too green and badly lit).

His name, along with that of his patron Madame de Pompadour, has become synonymous with the French Rococo style.
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