Buy Museum Art Reproductions Gilles, 1719 by Jean Antoine Watteau (1684-1721, France)

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The frame is made of high-quality wood, which ensures durability and premium quality. With a width of 5 cm and a thickness of 3 cm, it provides a strong yet elegant frame for paintings of various sizes. A classic frame with a rich golden tone, designed to complement works of art from various periods, including Renaissance to Baroque, and even classical 19th century art. Its exquisite detail and traditional color make it an ideal choice for classic portraits, landscapes and still lifes in warm tones, enhancing the historical and aesthetic value of such works of art.

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About the Artist

Jean-Antoine Watteau (1684-1721) was a French Rococo artist, known for his paintings of elegant scenes and gallant characters. He is considered one of the founders of the Rococo style, which emphasized lightness, grace, and delicate colors.

Title and Size

The title of this painting is Gilles, also known as Pierrot. It measures 184.5 by 149.5 cm, making it a somewhat unusual case in Watteau's body of work.

Media and Style

This painting is an oil on canvas, created in the later phase of Watteau's career. The Rococo style is evident in the delicate colors, lightness, and grace of the composition.

Date and Location

Gilles was painted around 1718-1719 and is housed at the Musée du Louvre in Paris, France.

Description of the Painting

The painting depicts a confused actor with slowly fading smile who appears to have forgotten his lines. Watteau has materialized into the fearful reality of existence, sporting as his only armor the white costume of Pierrot, the traditional character of Italian commedia dell'arte. The figure is surrounded by an empty stage and a dark background, emphasizing the isolation and loneliness of the character.

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Conclusion

Gilles is a masterpiece of French Rococo art, showcasing the delicate colors, lightness, and grace that define the style. Order your own canvas print or oil-painted replica today and bring this beautiful painting into your home.
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