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Jean-Honoré Fragonard was a French artist born in 1732. Fragonard contributed to the Rococo movement and died in 1806. Get notified when Jean-Honoré Fragonard's biography is complete:

Blind Man's Buff

1750-1752

The Goddess Aurora Triumphing Over Night

1755-1756

Landscape with Shepherds and Flock of Sheep

1763-1765

The Swing

1767

The Progress of Love: Love Letters

1771-1772

The Progress of Love: Reverie

1771-1772

The Progress of Love - The Lover Crowned

1771-1772

The Progress of Love: The Meeting

1771-1772

The Goddess Minvera

1772

A Fisherman Pulling a Net

1774

Young Woman Reading

1775

The Stolen Kiss

1785

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