|Francois I, 1535, Jean Clouet|
In France, the results can be seen in Jean Clouet's 1525 portrait of his king, Francis I. Seldom has an uglier portrait ever been painted, though the king's overblown tunic, which threatens to break down the picture frame, is a fascinating study of richly textured fabrics.
|The Judgment of Paris, 1615, |
|Vulcan and Maia, 1590 |