Fragonard, Jean Honoré (17321806)

Fragonard, Jean Honoré, a French artist, born at Grasse; gained the “prix de Rome” in 1752, and afterwards studied in Rome; was a member of the French Academy, and during the Revolution became keeper of the Musée; many of his paintings are in the Louvre, and are characterised by their free and luscious colouring (17321806).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Fracas`toro, Girolamo * Franc
Fourth Estate
Fourth of July
Fowler, Sir John, K.C.M.G.
Fox, Charles James
Fox, George
Fox, William Johnson
Foxe, John
Foyers, Fall of
Fra Diavolo
Fracas`toro, Girolamo
Fragonard, Jean Honoré
Franc
France
Francesca, Pistro della
Francesca da Rimini
Francesco di Paula
Franche-Comté
Francia, Dr. José Gaspar Rodriguez da
Francis, St., of Assisi
Francis, St., of Sales
Francis Joseph