François Boucher (1703-1770) was a French painter of the Rococo period.
François Boucher made a chalk drawing of a teacher punishing a little girl on her bared bottom with a short birch rod. This undated work is owned by the Albertina museum in Vienna, Austria.
A leading student of François Boucher, who also created some spanking art, is Jean-Baptiste Le Prince (1734–1781).
In c. 1752, Boucher painted a teenaged girl nude, Marie-Louise O'Murphy (then 14 years of age), reclining on a sofa on a pile of cushions and drapery, in a pose that emphasizes her nude body erotically, in particular her bare bottom, for which the painting got much attention. (...)
Boucher had used the same pose years before in another painting named Odalisque (1734, c. 1740 and 1745). He made several versions of the Odalisque and also of the Marie-Louise O'Murphy painting. (Read more...)
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