Auto-retrato. Desenho em giz preto aumentado com lápis vermelho. Jean-Honoré Fragonard (Grasse, Alpes Marítimos, França, 05/04/1732 - 22/08/1806, Paris, França). Encontra-se no Museu do Louvre, em Paris, França.
Jean-Honore Fragonard is a French born artist during the late Rococo period. He is responsible for over 500 pieces of art during his career. In his early years he won the Prix de Rome, an art scholarship in which allowed him to attend the French Academy. His artwork is easily recognized because of the lightness, subject matter and frivolousness in his painting such as ‘Blind Man’s Bluff’. As he aged and matured his paintings reflected more personal matters such as the birth of his daughter.