French Rococo artist Élisabeth Louise Vigée-Lebrun painted the portrait Emma Hamilton as a Bacchante Élisabeth in 1792.
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo has been seen as the most capable painter of the Venetian Rococo school, which is on display in Juno and Luna.
In The See-Saw, painted between 1750 and 1755 we can see the Rococo concern with the fete galante or the scene of upper-class leisure.
The Musical Contest, painted in 1755 by Jean Honoré Fragonard is in the Rococo tradition of French art.
French Rococo artist Jean Honoré Fragonard painted this portrait of François-Henri d'Harcourt, a French General in 1789.
The Parasol by Francisco Goya was commissioned by the future King Charles IV for their dining room in the Royal Palace of El Prado.
Mrs. Mary Robinson was a renowned actresses and poets in 18th-century England and Thomas Gainsborough painted her portrait in 1781.
Jean-Antoine Watteau's Pierrot is of famous clown Pierrot and was originally known simply as Gilles the generic term for 'clown' in French