Art 101-In what ways does Francois Clouet's Lady in Her Bath painting reflect the ideology and cultu

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In reference to the question “In what ways does Francois Clouet's Lady in Her Bath painting reflect the ideology and culture of the Renaissance Era?” can be dated back to 1516 when his father, Jean Clouet was appointed painter to the court of Francis I. Jean became the chief court painter in 1523, and was a position he held until his death in 1541.

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Art 101Case Assignment 1In reference to the question In what ways does Francois Clouet's Lady in Her Bath painting reflect the ideology and culture of the Renaissance Era? can be dated back to 1516 when his father, Jean Clouet was appointed painter to the court of Francis I. Jean became the chief court painter in 1523, and was a position he held until his death in 1541. Jeans claim to fame was his use of chalk, in the hues of red, white, and black. One of Jeans more interesting paintings is in Paris, and is a nearly life size portrait of Francis I. He is poised in dazzling

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