The turgid works of Jean-Honoré Fragonard and his mentor, François Boucher, are emblematic of the decadent final decades of the Ancien Régime. Voluptuous bathers, romantic interludes and mythological episodes involving Venus and Eros feature prominently in their oeuvres. In the story of Diana and Endymion, the goddess of the moon became so enamored of a young shepherd that she beseeched his father, Zeus, to shroud him in eternal slumber so that she could forever gaze on his peaceful, resting face.
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Jean-Honore Fragonard : “Diana and Endymion” (1753/1756)
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