| painting, sculpting|
| 26 October 1780 (1780-10-26) Grasse, France|
10 November 1850(1850-11-10) (aged 70)
Alexandre-Évariste Fragonard Wikipedia
Alexandre-Évariste Fragonard (26 October 1780, Grasse – 10 November 1850, Paris), son of Jean-Honoré Fragonard and Marie-Anne Fragonard, was a French painter and sculptor in the troubadour style. He received his first training from his father and drew from him his piquant subjects and great facility, perfecting them under Jacques-Louis David.
His paintings include :François Ier armé chevalier
François Ier recevant le Primatice (ceiling of the Louvre)
the Bourgeois de Calais
Jeanne d'Arc montant sur le bûcher
Tasse lisant la Jérusalem délivrée
As a sculptor, he produced the old pediment of the Chambre des Députés and a colossal statue of Pichegru.