Category Archives: Rococo

A Boy as Pierrot by Jean-Honore Fragonard

A boy with two big jade-green eyes has a small straight nose and a small cherry mouth, whose face has conspicuous blusher on each cheek. He has short golden haircut. Almost his back side of head is covered by a … Continue reading

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Rococo Oil Painting

The word, Rococo, was evolved from the French word "Rocaille". Rococo art was formed in Paris in the early eighteenth century and was mainly featured by delicacy, refinement, sweetie and elegance. Its characteristics lied in the fine, lightweight, gorgeous and … Continue reading

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