Boucher Francois. Pastoral Scene. Fine art print A2
Boucher Francois. Pastoral Scene. Fine art print A2

Boucher Francois. Pastoral Scene. Fine art print A2

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Author Francois Boucher (1703 -1770)
Media of Original Painting Oil on canvas
Paper type Linen, 230 g/m2
Museum of original From collection of the Hermitage museum
Countries The Art of France
Epochs Art of the 18th centuries
Publication size A2 (42x60 )
Publication type Fine Art Print
Paper size (custom print) 42x60 .
Size of original, cm 61x75
Bucher made a brilliant career, became acquainted with every honour, constantly received royal orders and was in touch with many connoisseurs of art. He painted a series of Pastorals consisting of 14 parts. Its difficult to overestimate the meaning of Buchers mastery. He could be considered the founder of the separate art school. First of all, in his hymn to womans beauty he built up a new canon which fitted wonderfully the Parisian society of that time he depicted the flourishing beauty. He is the artist of happiness. Bucher was an imaginative landscape painter, a great decorator and the most talented ornament painter of the 18th century. His mastery embodies the encyclopedic spirit of the epoch. His technique of painting and his willing to show the world as a light and joyful one influenced the whole art of the end of the 18th century.

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