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Issue 6: Fall 2016
Ekphrastic: Painting [R]

After Watteau

by Ann Knickerbocker

Painting by Ann Knickerbocker: After Watteau
After Watteau
Acrylic on canvas, 36″H x 36″W

Copyright © by Ann Knickerbocker. All rights reserved.


Publisher’s Note:

After Watteau is an ekphrastic work inspired by Jean-Antoine Watteau’s painting, Fêtes Vénitiennes (Venetian Festivities), 1719; the title of the Watteau work is from an engraving made after his original painting in 1732, and refers to an opera-ballet by French composer André Campra which was first performed in 1710.

Ann Knickerbocker
Issue 6, Fall 2016

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