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Chardin and Portraiture

showcases an artist who was called the "great magician" for his still lifes and scenes of everyday activity. Jean Siméon Chardin was a member of the Royal Academy who painted figures, mostly women and children, engaged in simple acts of middle-class life. His treatment of the domestic world—contemplative and self-contained—was unprecedented in France and take on the quality of still life. (National Gallery of Art)

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Jean Siméon Chardin, French, 1699 - 1779.  'Soap Bubbles,' probably 1733/1734, oil on canvas, 93 x 74.6 cm (36 5/8 x 29 3/8 in.) Gift of Mrs. John W. Simpson -- 1942.5.1

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