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Re: Honore ?

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Sheryl Ann McCoy (smccoy)
Tue, 08 Dec 1998 18:44:49 -0700

To Carla and Amy:
I watched that show, so I did an internet search on Fragonard on INFOSEEK. Dr. Honore Fragonard was the cousin of Jean-Honore Fragonard. He was a teacher at the National School of Veterinary Medicine at Maisons-Alfort, France. Read more at this web address:

If that web address doesn't get you there, search INFOSEEK. Use the word Fragonard. You should find the information in the first 10 sites.

Other artists such as Leonardo Da Vinci used cadavers for their art and science. They just didn't preserve them for posterity.

Hope this satisfies your curiosity. I know it did mine.

Sheryl A. McCoy

"Nature uses only the longest threads to weave her
patterns, so that each small piece of her fabric
reveals the organization of the entire tapestry."
-Richard Feynman

On Mon, 7 Dec 1998 22:59:37 ARopple wrote: >Hello, >I tuned into the tail end of a tv program on the Discovery channel the other >day when some unusual sculptural work by an artist identified as "Fragonnard" >was being shown. The work was made from cadavers, and was both grotesque and >bizarre. I had never heard of it or seen it before and am wondering if anyone >has seen it or knows anything about the artist ? I found a little story on >the internet that identified the artist as "Honore Fragonnard" -- but find it >difficult to believe it could be the same Fragonnard that created paintings >like "Girl on a Swing..." Any information would be greatly appreciated ! >Thanks, > ><A HREF="aropple">Amy R.</A> >

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