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Saint Jerome

(French, 1732–1806)
(German, c. 1597–1631)
Catalogue raisonné: Wildenstein 14 ; Le Blanc II.249.9
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Religious scenes are unusual during a century more interested in carefree themes. The prosperous bourgeoisie demanded works with decorative appeal for their homes-pictures of readily comprehensible subjects based on popular literature or theater and rendered with a light, colorful palette.
Saint Jerome

Saint Jerome


Jean-Honoré Fragonard, Johann Liss

(French, 1732–1806), (German, c. 1597–1631)
France, 18th century

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