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In the aftermath of the French Revolution Jean Honoré Fragonard perhaps the most significant French painter of the eighteenth century was condemned first as a purveyor of luxury items and later as an artist who abandoned noble subjects for the erotic genre In this revisionist art historical study Mary D Sheriff challenges such pejorative views of Fragonard by arguing that he is better understood as an artist whose unsurpassed technical skill and witty manipulation of academic standard.
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S established a dynamic relation with the audience his art both courted and created Sheriff begins her inuiry with an appraisal of Fragonard criticism followed by an extensive and thoroughly original reading of selected works by Fragonard and of the eroticism encoded in them Art and eroticism converge in a discussion of execution in which Sheriff explores the changing conception of execution and elucidates its complex rhetorical and cultural underpinnings Drawing on analytic methods fr.