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Augustin Pajou

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(1730–1809).

French sculptor. He trained in Paris with Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne and then spent four years at the French Academy in Rome. On his return to Paris he became a member ...

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Étienne-Maurice Falconet

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(b Paris, 1 Dec. 1716; d Paris, 24 Jan. 1791).

French sculptor and writer on art, a pupil of J. B. Lemoyne. Falconet was perhaps the most quintessentially Rococo of ...

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François Boucher

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(b Paris, 29 Sept. 1703; d Paris, 30 May 1770).

French Rococo painter, draughtsman, etcher, and designer, whose work best represents the frivolity and elegant superficiality of...

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Jean-Antoine Houdon

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(b Versailles, 25 Mar. 1741; d Paris, 15 July 1828).

French sculptor. A pupil of Michel-Ange Slodtz, Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne, and Jean-Baptiste Pigalle, he won the Prix de Rome in...

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Jean-Baptiste Pigalle

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(b Paris, 26 Jan. 1714; d Paris, 21 Aug. 1785).

French sculptor. He studied under J.-B. Lemoyne and then in Rome (1736–40). In his early career he endured poverty and sickness (his...

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