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30/06/2017

The oil paintings

By the 18th century. The French are not baroque. They want rococo, slim and graceful. Just a huato. He was one of the great masters of France, though he died young. The man's painting, light and bright, decorative, graceful, and a sense of stage, as well as the details, was like a court ball. He was more independent, he was called huatow.

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Later rococo dispatched two old hooligans. One is boucher and the other is fraggoner. The picture is natural, but it's more erotic. You're going to be critical to look at this kind of rococo, old-school scoundrel, and feel the lightness of being.

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At the end of the 18th century, there were a few more rebels.

First, goya. This is a weird coffee. Van gogh before van gogh (they were all very evil, and they were all poisoned with yellow pigments). This master likes to draw different kinds of different things, and in his later years, he even plans to give up copying 3D. All in all, it's exotic. Look at the detail in the detail, and the feeling of being kind of...

Jacques-Louis David Napoleon Crossing the Alps reproductions

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Then there's the new classic, led by David. They want to draw historical themes, draw heroic human bodies, and draw the heroic attitude of ancient Greek and Roman. The neoclassicism is largely historical. The most famous nature is this one: the lifelike is not true and said, see how magnificent the form is! We'll call the new classicism remake of the historical genre.

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David had an apprentice called angel. This gentleman inherited the neoclassical and became a French academic. He felt that he would draw people to Raphael at that time, drawing with ideal beauty and realistic painting. So angel has spent his life trying to figure out how the nude is more beautiful. Pay attention to the skin light, composition and sketch of the picture below.
reproductions paintings sale

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