| Jerome-Francois Chantereau|Jérôme-François Chantereau Wikipedia
Jérôme-François Chantereau, a French painter, who was born in Paris about 1710. His works were chiefly battle-pieces and hunting-scenes, painted with considerable life and movement. It is probable that he studied under Watteau or Pater. A scarce etching of his exists, entitled, 'Divertissement par eau et par mer,' or, as it is sometimes called, 'L'lle de Cythère.'