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Which artist tempered the lightness and gaiety of his rococo paintings with a muted sense of melancholy? A. Watteau C. Fragonard B. Boucher D. Tiepolo
Jean-Antoine Watteau (1684-1721) was the artist who tempered the lightness and gaiety of his rococo paintings with a muted sense of melancholy.
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