The famous painters of the rococo style were Francois Boucher, and Jean Honore Fragonard.
Rococo spread quickly to other European countries, especially Germany and Austria, where it was incorporated onto the then popular baroque modes to create a style of lavishness, especially in their churches and sacred places. Francois de Cuvillies, built the Amalienburg Pavilion (1734-1739) near Munich, Germany. The interiors resemble a jewelry box, with elaborate mirrors and gold and silver, and decorative plasterwork. The rococo style was replaced by neoclassical style late in the 18th century and disappeared completely and abruptly after the French Revolution in 1789.
Die Wies church 1745-1754 The Embarkation for the Island of Cythera. 1717