The 'Makeup' of the Marquise: Boucher's Portrait of Pompadour at her Toilette

Hyde, Melissa
September 2000
Art Bulletin;Sep2000, Vol. 82 Issue 3, p453
Academic Journal
Focuses on Francois Boucher's painting `Mme de Pompadour at Her Toilette.' How class identity and artistic identity are represented in the painting; Cultural meanings implied in Boucher's painting; Comparison of Boucher's painting with two allegories of painting by Rosalba Carriera and Domenico Corvi.


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