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Jean-Honoré Fragonard had an extensive career. After he won the 1753 Prix de Rome with a painting titled Jeroboam Sacrificing to the Golden Calf, he became one of the foremost French painters in the Rococo style, which was filled with light colors, asymmetrical designs, and curved, natural forms. The Rococo style emerged in Paris during the eighteenth century, more specifically during the reign of Louis XV, when the French upper class experienced a new social and intellectual freedom. As Petra ten Doesschate-Chu [fr] stated, "Aristocrats and wealthy bourgeois focused on play and pleasure. Grace and wit were prized in social interactions. A new intellectual curiosity gave rise to a healthy skepticism toward well-worn truths." Fragonard was most drawn to the playful lives and loves of the aristocratic youth of his day.
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You can't keep a classic movie down. After years of lying on the shelf, inexcusably dropped from distribution, two of Franois Truffaut's greatest films are returning to the theatrical circuit with first-run fanfare. And they look as good as ever. ``The 400 Blows,'' based on Truffaut's own unhappy childhood, is a sensitive and intelligent corrective to the rash of goofy teen pictures cascading out of Hollywood lately. ``Jules and Jim,'' the story of a three-way romance, treats its delicate subject with a warmth and wit too rarely found on today's more jaded movie scene.
Still Life is a seventeen-inch wide oil painting on canvas made around 1922 by the French artist Georges Braque, who lived from 1882 to 1963. It was a gift of Mrs. J. Louis Ransohoff to the Cincinnati Art Museum, where its reference number is 1963.531.
To watch the Chinese man the French girl must crane her head around the teenage male, then wait for the mother, chasing after her son, to pass. To approach the French girl, the Chinese man must step around the squatting laborers, make his way carefully through the throng of school girls, ignore or decline the sales-pitch offers of the produce-women. 041b061a72