The Drawings of Francois Boucher
This informative monograph examines Boucher’s role in shaping the growing market for drawings in 18th-century France. His best-known drawings exemplify the intimate and light-hearted style of rococo, which dominated much of the 18th century. It explores his development as a draftsman, his range of subjects and his innovations in the context of the greatest French draftsmen of his time.
Paperbound, 264 pages, 10 1/2 x 8 inches, American Federation of Arts/Scala Publishers, 2003