François Boucher, ‘The Toilette of Venus’, 1751, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
François Boucher, ‘The Toilette of Venus’, 1751, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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The Toilette of Venus, 1751

Oil on canvas
42 5/8 × 33 1/2 in
108.3 × 85.1 cm
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Bequest of William K. Vanderbilt, 1920), licensed under CC0 1.0 Universal
François Boucher
French, 1703–1770
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In 1765, François Boucher was awarded the two highest honors among the French arts establishment—appointed as first painter to the king and head of The Royal Academy. Boucher was one of the most celebrated decorative artists of the 18th century, known for formulating and championing the style of Rococo through revival …

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François Boucher, ‘The Toilette of Venus’, 1751, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
François Boucher, ‘The Toilette of Venus’, 1751, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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About the work
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Bequest of William K. Vanderbilt, 1920), licensed under CC0 1.0 Universal
François Boucher
French, 1703–1770
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In 1765, François Boucher was awarded the two highest honors among the French arts …

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In 1765, François Boucher was awarded the two highest honors among the French arts establishment—appointed as first painter to the king and head of The Royal Academy. Boucher was one of the most celebrated decorative artists of the 18th century, known for formulating and championing the style of Rococo through revival …

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The Toilette of Venus, 1751

Oil on canvas
42 5/8 × 33 1/2 in
108.3 × 85.1 cm
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