Bonaventure de Bar
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Bonaventure de Bar, who was born in 1700, painted after the manner of Watteau. He became a member of the Academy at Paris in September 1728, or December 1727, and his reception painting, a 'Fête Champêtre,' is in the Louvre. He died in 1729.
- For an up-to-date, authoritative account of Bonaventure de Bar see Martin Eidelberg's series of articles:
- Eidelberg, Martin (June 15, 2011). Defining the Oeuvre of Bonaventure de Bar (Part 1).
- Eidelberg, Martin (September 30, 2011). Defining the Oeuvre of Bonaventure de Bar (Part 2).
- Eidelberg, Martin (June 20, 2013). Defining the Oeuvre of Bonaventure de Bar (Part 3).
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