Judge O鈥橬eill says: I. 成视频在线观看视频视频 视频任天堂 At the time of the marriage of the young M. and Mme. d鈥橝yen, the Princesse Ad茅la?de had to some extent, though never entirely, succeeded the Princesse Henriette in the King鈥檚 affection, and was now supposed to be his favourite daughter. She had, however, none of her elder sister鈥檚 charm, gentleness, or beauty; being rather plain, with a voice like that of a man. She had a strong, decided character, and more brains than her younger sisters, Victoire, Sophie, and Louise; she was fond of study, especially of music, Italian, and mathematics. Fragonard, the Proven?al, had more depth and dramatic feeling, the passion of the south and the love of nature in his work gave a stronger, truer, more impressive tone to his pictures; but Boucher, the favourite painter of Louis XV., the Marquise de Pompadour, and the court would seem from his pictures to have looked upon everything in life as if it were a scene in a carnival or f锚te. His goddesses and saints, even the holy Virgin herself, were painted from models from the theatre, and looked as if they were; his gardens, roses, silks, satins, nymphs, fountains, and garlands were the supreme fashion; every one wanted him to paint their portrait; he had more commissions than he could execute, and his head was turned by the flattery lavished upon him.