Jean-Baptiste Greuze, French (1725-1805)
After the great success at The Salon of 1755, Greuze went on to become a famous painter of genre scenes.  Labelled by Diderot as 'Morality in paint",
his sentimental works later gave way to portraits of beautiful, often semi-nude, young woman.
His paintings were often reproduced on Royal Vienna porcelain plates. The following are some fine examples.

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Innocence
10". Hutschenreuther
LaLaitiere
10". Hutschenreuther
Girl With Doves
10". Hutschenreuther
Sorrow
10". Hutschenreuther
The Idle Girl
10". Hutschenreuther
Fidelity
10". Hutschenreuther
Girl Leaning On Her Hand
10". Hutschenreuther
Ariadne
10". Hutschenreuther
Girl Looking Up
10". Hutschenreuther
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