Companion website to a 2008 exhibition about "Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732-1806) [who] is associated with the lighthearted Rococo art of prerevolutionary France. ... This exhibition focuses on the most popular compositions of Fragonard's later career: a series of allegories on the theme of love." Features an essay accompanied by several images of Fragonard's works, video of a curator's talk about Fragonard's "The Fountain of Love," and related material about the artist. From the Getty Museum.