Psyche in Rococo: the Paintings of Charles-Joseph Natoire (1700-1777)

(To read the myth click here; to read Jean Shinoda Bolen’s interpretation of it, click here)


Psyche at her toilette
Charles-Joseph Natoire
1735
71 x 76 cm



Psyche Obtaining the elixir of beauty
Charles-Joseph Natoire
1735




Cupid Sharpening an Arrow
Charles Joseph Natoire
1750

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