Painting of the French painter Jean Honore Fragonard “The Ties of Love.” The size of the picture is 317 x 217 cm, canvas, oil. This work of the artist is also known under the title “Love Letters”. In the 1770s, Fragonard attracted the writing of gallant scenes in the bosom of nature. These are paintings with love scenes, with a touch of light eroticism, and playful juicy stories in boudoirs and parks in which, in addition to people, sometimes cupids also participate.
In these works of the painter the richness of shades of real sensual impressions from life is transferred, while also characteristic rococo ephemeral and theatricalization. As an episode played out on the stage it looks, for example, the painting “The Chase” or the painting “The Wreath of the Beloved”.