Perfect Harmony (painting)

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The Perfect Accord LACMA AC1999.18.1.jpg

Perfect Harmony or Perfect Accord (French - L'Accord parfait) is a 1719 painting by Antoine Watteau, now in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. It was the pendant to the same artist's The Surprise.

It was initially owned by a friend of the artist, Nicolas Hénin, but it and Surprise were sold separately by his heir around 1756.

Further reading[edit]

  • Camesasca, Ettore, ed. (1971). The Complete Painting of Watteau (loan required). Classics of the World's Great Art. Introduction by John Sutherland. New York: Harry N. Abrams. p. 122. ISBN 0810955253. OCLC 143069 – via the Internet Archive. Cat. no. 196.