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GERARD Marguerite (b. 1761. Grasse, d. 1837, Paris) Nationality : French

French painter. After the death of her mother in 1775 she left Grasse to join her elder sister Marie-Anne and her sister's husband Jean-Honore Fragonard in their quarters in the Louvre in Paris. Marguerite became Fragonard's protege and lived for the next 30 years in the Louvre, where she was exposed to the greatest art and artists. By 1785 she had already established a reputation as a gifted genre painter, the first French woman to do so, and by the late 1780s came to be considered one of the leading women artists in France. Although she also produced oil portraits, portrait miniatures, and etchings, Marguerite Gerard is best known for her intimate domestic genre scenes.

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