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The galante style derives from the elegant eroticism of eighteenth-century French painters such as Fragonard and Boucher. It has proved a persistent element of French erotica, in the hands of artists such as Amandine Doré, Denis Volx, and Paul-Émile Bécat.

 
BERTHOMMÉ DE SAINT-ANDRÉ
Couple, c.1948
Lithograph
 
AMANDINE DORE
Couple, 1966
Drypoint
 
BERTHOMMÉ DE SAINT-ANDRÉ
Couple (woman on table), c.1948
Lithograph [sold]
 
GASTON BARRET
Couple 1, 1960s
Drypoint
 
GASTON BARRET
Couple 2, 1960s
Drypoint
 
GASTON BARRET
Couple 3, 1960s
Drypoint
 
AMANDINE DORE
Couple in bedroom, 1966
Drypoint
 
AMANDINE DORE
Couple making love, 1966
Drypoint
 
PAUL-EMILE BECAT
Couple with a cat, 1951
Drypoint
 
BERTHOMMÉ DE SAINT-ANDRÉ
Couple, man kneeling, c.1948
Lithograph
 
BERTHOMMÉ DE SAINT-ANDRÉ
Couple, woman kneeling, c.1948
Lithograph
 
LUC LAFNET
Courtesan and her admirers, 1932
Etching

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