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Portrait d'un religieux dit Henri Pileur de Brevannes, archevêque de saintes by François de Troy

Portrait d'un religieux dit Henri Pileur de Brevannes, archevêque de saintes by François de Troy

1733 Allegory of Sculpture, with a model of Silenus with the infant Dionysus by Jean-François de Troy (Paris 1679-1752)

1733 Allegory of Sculpture, with a model of Silenus with the infant Dionysus by Jean-François de Troy (Paris 1679-1752)

Portrait of a lady, early 18th C, circle of Jean-François de Troy (1679-1752)

Portrait of a lady, early 18th C, circle of Jean-François de Troy (1679-1752)

Jean-François de Troy, 1679 Paris - 1752 Rom, zug. DIANA UND ACTAEON Öl auf Leinwand. 65 x 81 cm.

Jean-François de Troy, 1679 Paris - 1752 Rom, zug. DIANA UND ACTAEON Öl auf Leinwand. 65 x 81 cm.

Jean-François de Troy, - 1679 Paris - 1752 Rom, zug. - DIANA UND ACTAEON - Öl [...], Beaux-Arts à Hampel Fine Art Auctions | Auction.fr

Jean-François de Troy, - 1679 Paris - 1752 Rom, zug. - DIANA UND ACTAEON - Öl [...], Beaux-Arts à Hampel Fine Art Auctions | Auction.fr

Joseph Aved | Jean-François de Troy, peintre (1679-1752) - en 1734 | 1734

Joseph Aved | Jean-François de Troy, peintre (1679-1752) - en 1734 | 1734

Un dejeuner de chasse (detail), 1737 by Jean-François de TROY (1679-1752) (Musée du Louvre)

Un dejeuner de chasse (detail), 1737 by Jean-François de TROY (1679-1752) (Musée du Louvre)

https://flic.kr/p/dAvy9W | Jean-François de Troy - Diana and Her Nymphs Bathing [1722-24] | In the Metamorphoses, the Roman poet Ovid described how nymphs bathed Diana, the goddess of the hunt, in a stream of clear water. Jean-François de Troy (Paris, 1679 - Rome, 1752) portrayed the moment after the bath when the nymphs are drying Diana's body and refastening her tunic. To the left, a nymph attempts to shield Diana's nudity from a lecherous satyr's sight. De Troy's choice of subject matter…

https://flic.kr/p/dAvy9W | Jean-François de Troy - Diana and Her Nymphs Bathing [1722-24] | In the Metamorphoses, the Roman poet Ovid described how nymphs bathed Diana, the goddess of the hunt, in a stream of clear water. Jean-François de Troy (Paris, 1679 - Rome, 1752) portrayed the moment after the bath when the nymphs are drying Diana's body and refastening her tunic. To the left, a nymph attempts to shield Diana's nudity from a lecherous satyr's sight. De Troy's choice of subject matter…

MLD16907a Rococo (Jean François de Troy (1679–1752) “Declaration of Love”, 1731; Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732–1806) “The Musical Contest”, 1754–55; Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732–1806) “The Shepherdess”, c. 1750-52; Antoine Watteau (1684–1721) “The Love Lesson”, 1888)

MLD16907a Rococo (Jean François de Troy (1679–1752) “Declaration of Love”, 1731; Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732–1806) “The Musical Contest”, 1754–55; Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732–1806) “The Shepherdess”, c. 1750-52; Antoine Watteau (1684–1721) “The Love Lesson”, 1888)

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