"The Happy Accidents of the Swing" by Jean-Honoré Fragonard / Comment by Robert Walser
A rococo beauty is being
swung to and fro in a tastefully coiffed, as it were, charmingly frilly park,
while her admirer occupies himself with gazing at her. After all, nothing can
be more delightful to one who knows how to live than the pleasure enjoyed by a
woman he finds beautiful.
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