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Jan Frans Van Bloemen

Jan Frans Van Bloemen (1662 - 1749) - Belgium (Antwerp)

Jan Frans van Bloemen (baptized 12 May 1662 - buried 13 June 1749) was a Flemish landscape painter mainly active in Rome. Here he was able to establish himself as the leading painter of views (vedute) of the Roman countryside depicted in the aesthetic of the classical landscape tradition. Born in Antwerp, Jan Frans van Bloemen was a younger brother......

Charles Antoine Coypel

Charles Antoine Coypel (1694 - 1752) - France (Paris)

Charles-Antoine Coypel (11 July 1694 – 15 June 1752) was a French painter, art commentator, and playwright. He lived in Paris. He was the son of the artist Antoine Coypel and grandson of Noël Coypel. Charles-Antoine inherited his father’s design and painting duties as premier peintre du roi (First Painter to the King) at the French court when his f......

Carlo Cignani

Carlo Cignani (1628 - 1719) - Italy (Bologna)

Carlo Cignani (15 May 1628 – 8 September 1719) was an Italian painter. His innovative style referred to as his 'new manner' introduced a reflective, intimate mood of painting and presaged the later pictures of Guido Reni and Guercino, as well as those of Simone Cantarini. This gentle manner marked a break with the more energetic style of earlier Bo......

Pier Leone Ghezzi

Pier Leone Ghezzi (1674 - 1755) - Italy (Rome)

Pier Leone Ghezzi (28 June 1674 – 6 March 1755) was an Italian Rococo painter and caricaturist active in Rome. Ghezzi was born and died in Rome. He trained under his father, Giuseppe Ghezzi, who also trained Antonio Amorosi. His father was secretary of the Roman Accademia di San Luca, and Pier Leone joined the Academy in 1705. His essay painting, t......

Gérard De Lairesse

Gérard De Lairesse (1640 - 1711) - Belgium (Liège)

Gerard or Gérard (de) Lairesse (11 September 1641 – June 1711) was a Dutch Golden Age painter and art theorist. His broad range of skills included music, poetry, and theatre. De Lairesse was influenced by the Perugian Cesare Ripa and French classicist painters such as Charles le Brun, Simon Vouet and authors such as Pierre Corneille and Jean Racine......

Maria Sibylla Merian

Maria Sibylla Merian (1647 - 1717) - Italy (Frankfurt)

Maria Sibylla Merian (2 April 1647 – 13 January 1717 ) was a German-born naturalist and scientific illustrator, a descendant of the Frankfurt branch of the Swiss Merian family. Merian was one of the first naturalists to observe insects directly. Merian received her artistic training from her stepfather, Jacob Marrel, a student of the still life pai......

Johann Michael Rottmayr

Johann Michael Rottmayr (1656 - 1730) - Germany (Laufen)

Johann Michael Rottmayr (11 December 1656 – 25 October 1730), was an Austrian painter. Rottmayr was born in Laufen an der Salzach, Salzburg, now Germany. Along with his Laufen-born contemporary, Hans Adam Weissenkircher, he received his education from Johann Carl Loth in Venice. Just as Weissenkircher had brought the Italian Renaissance to the sout......

Domenico Guidi

Domenico Guidi (1625 - 1701) - Italy (Carrara)

Domenico Guidi (1625 – 28 March 1701) was a prominent Italian Baroque sculptor. Born in Carrara, Guidi followed his uncle, Giuliano Finelli, a prominent sculptor noted for his feud with Bernini, to Naples. When he fled Naples in 1647 during Masaniello's revolt, in Rome he joined the studio of Bernini's main competitor Alessandro Algardi with whom h......

Nicolas Lancret

Nicolas Lancret (1690 - 1743) - France (Paris)

Nicolas Lancret (22 January 1690 – 14 September 1743), French painter, was born in Paris, and became a brilliant depicter of light comedy which reflected the tastes and manners of French society under the regent Orleans. His first master was Pierre d'Ulin, but his acquaintance with and admiration for Watteau induced him to leave d'Ulin for Gillot, ......

Adriaen Van Der Werff

Adriaen Van Der Werff (1659 - 1722) - Netherlands (Kralingen)

Adriaen van der Werff (21 January 1659 – 12 November 1722) was an accomplished Dutch painter of portraits and erotic, devotional and mythological scenes. His brother, Pieter van der Werff (1661–1722), was his principal pupil and assistant. At the age of ten he started to take lessons, two years later moving in with Eglon van der Neer, specializing ......

Jan Weenix

Jan Weenix (1641 - 1719) - Netherlands (Amsterdam)

Maria Weenix (1697–1774), was an 18th-century painter from the Northern Netherlands. According to the RKD she was the daughter of Jan Weenix, who taught her to paint. She is known in the literature as "Juffrouw Weeniks" and was admired in her own time for flower still lifes. She accompanied her father to the court of Johann Wilhelm, Elector Palatin......

Marco Ricci

Marco Ricci (1676 - 1730) - Italy (Belluno)

Marco Ricci (6 June 1676 – 21 January 1730) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period. He was born at Belluno and received his first instruction in art from his uncle, Sebastiano Ricci, likely in Milan in 1694–6. He left for Venice with his uncle in 1696, but had to flee the city after killing a gondolier. He visited Rome, where he was for some ......

Michel Ange Houasse

Michel Ange Houasse (1680 - 1730) - France (Paris)

Michel Ange Houasse (Paris, 1680 – Arpajon, 1730) was a French painter, most of whose career was spent at the court of Philip V of Spain, who summoned him to the court in Madrid in 1715 whilst he was still Philip of Anjou. (Michel Ange had already trained in the studio of his father, René-Antoine Houasse.) Michel Ange produced many portraits of the......

Andrea Celesti

Andrea Celesti (1637 - 1712) - Italy (Venice)

Andrea Celesti (1637–1712) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, working in Venice. His style gravitated over the years from a turgid and academic weightiness to a lighter, looser brushstroke. Celesti was born in Venice and is buried in Toscolano. He first trained with Matteo Ponzoni, then with Sebastiano Mazzoni. During his early years (16......

Benedetto Luti

Benedetto Luti (1666 - 1724) - Italy (Florence)

Benedetto Luti (17 November 1666 – 17 June 1724) was an Italian painter. Luti was born in Florence on 17 November 1666. In 1691, he moved to Rome, where he was patronized by Cosimo III de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany, an enthusiast of Luti's pastel portraiture. Luti was one of the first artists to work in pastels as the final composition as oppos......

Egid Quirin Asam

Egid Quirin Asam (1692 - 1750) - Germany (Bavaria)

Egid Quirin Asam (1 September 1692 (baptized) - 29 April 1750) was a German plasterer and sculptor active during the period of the Late Baroque. Born in Tegernsee, Bavaria, Asam worked mainly together with his brother, the architect and painter Cosmas Damian Asam. Because of this, their common work is often attributed to the Asam Brothers. Asam die......

Giovanni Domenico Ferretti

Giovanni Domenico Ferretti (1692 - 1768) - Italy (Florence)

Giovanni Domenico Ferretti (Giandomenico), also called Giandomenico d'Imola (15 June 1692 – 18 August 1768) was an Italian Rococo style painter from Florence. According to the contemporary Giovanni Camillo Sagrestani, Ferretti was a pupil of the Bolognese painter Giuseppe Maria Crespi. Others say he worked with painter Giovanni Gioseffo dal Sole. H......

Juste Aurèle Meissonnier

Juste Aurèle Meissonnier (1695 - 1750) - Italy (Turin)

Juste-Aurèle Meissonier (1695 – 31 July 1750) was a French goldsmith, sculptor, painter, architect, and furniture designer. He was born in Turin, but became known as a worker in Paris, where he died. His Italian origin and training were probably responsible for the extravagance of his decorative style. He shared, and perhaps distanced, the meretric......

Giuseppe Nogari

Giuseppe Nogari (1699 - 1763) - Italy (Venice)

Giuseppe Nogari (1699 – 3 December 1766) was an Italian painter of the Rococo. He painted mainly painted half-body portraits, either real or of historical and religious figures. They are striking for their emotional content, subdued decoration and coloration, and often display aged individuals in somewhat homely or shabby attire with a dark backgro......

Etienne Allegrain

Etienne Allegrain (1644 - 1736) - France (Paris)

Étienne Allegrain (1644 – 2 April 1736) was a French topographical painter. Inspired by Nicolas Poussin, he evoked still ambiences and atmospherics bathed in a deep play of light and shade. His grand-son Christophe-Gabriel Allegrain became a famous sculptor. More......

Eglon Van Der Neer

Eglon Van Der Neer (1635 - 1703) - Netherlands (Amsterdam)

Eglon van der Neer (1635/36 – 3 May 1703) was a Dutch painter of historical scenes, portraits and elegant, fashionable people, and later of landscapes. Van der Neer was born in Amsterdam and was probably first taught by his father, Aert van der Neer, who married in Amsterdam in 1629, coming from Gorinchem. Eglon had a least five brothers and sister......

Antonio Balestra

Antonio Balestra (1666 - 1740) - Italy (Verona)

Antonio Balestra (12 August 1666–21 April 1740) was an Italian painter of the Rococo period. Born in Verona, he first apprenticed there with Giovanni Zeffio. By 1690 he moved to Venice, where he worked for three years under Antonio Bellucci, then moved to Bologna and then to paint in Carlo Maratta's workshop in Rome. In 1694, he won a prize from th......

Gaspare Diziani

Gaspare Diziani (1689 - 1767) - Italy (Belluno)

Gaspare Diziani (1689 – 17 August 1767) was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque or Roccoco period, active mainly in the Veneto but also in Dresden and Munich. His earliest training was in his native town of Belluno with Antonio Lazzarini. He then moved to Venice, to the studio of Gregorio Lazzarini and later that of Sebastiano Ricci. His career ......

Joseph Highmore

Joseph Highmore (1692 - 1780) - United Kingdom (London)

Joseph Highmore (13 June 1692 – 3 March 1780) was an English portrait and historical painter, illustrator and author. Highmore was born in London, the third son of Edward Highmore, a coal merchant, and nephew of Thomas Highmore, Serjeant Painter to William III. He displayed early ability but was discouraged by his family from taking up art professi......

Laurent Delvaux

Laurent Delvaux (1696 - 1778) - Belgium (Ghent)

Laurent Delvaux (1696, Ghent – 24 February 1778, Nivelles) was a Flemish sculptor. After a successful international career that brought him to London and Rome, he returned to the Austrian Netherlands where he was a sculptor to the court. Delvaux was a transitional figure between the Baroque and Neo-classicism. Delvaux probably trained in his native......

George De Marées

George De Marées (1697 - 1777) - United States (Pittsburgh)

Georg Desmarées or Des Marées, a portrait painter, was born in 1697 at Stockholm, where he was instructed in painting by Martin Meytens, whose assistant he afterwards became. In 1724 he made a stay in Amsterdam, and in the following year in Nuremberg and then in Venice, where he received further tuition fromPiazzetta. In 1731 he settled in Munich, ......

Andrea Belvedere

Andrea Belvedere (1652 - 1732) - Italy (Pavia)

Abate Andrea Belvedere (born 1646) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period. It is believed that the painter was born not in 1646, as De Dominici reported, but around 1652, based on the discovery, by Prota Giurleo, of the act of death from which it appears that he died in Naples on 27 June 1732 at the age "of 80 years". The pictorial activity o......

Hubert François Gravelot

Hubert François Gravelot (1699 - 1773) - France (Paris)

Hubert-François Bourguignon, commonly known as Gravelot (26 March 1699 – 20 April 1773), was a French engraver, a famous book illustrator, designer and drawing-master. Born in Paris, he emigrated to London in 1732, where he quickly became a central figure in the introduction of the Rococo style in British design, which was disseminated from London ......

Alexis Grimou

Alexis Grimou (1678 - 1733) - France (Argenteuil)

Alexis Grimou (24 May 1678 – 1733) was a French painter. Alexis Grimou was never an apprentice in a studio. His father had been a Swiss guard at Versailles. He trained himself by copying works of Van Dyck and Rembrandt. He painted mainly spirited portraits or portrait scenes, such as women singing and playing musical instruments. He was admitted to......

Cornelis Huysmans

Cornelis Huysmans (1648 - 1727) - Belgium (Antwerp)

Cornelis Huysmans (baptized 2 April 1648 in Antwerp died 1 June 1727 in Mechelen) was a Flemish landscape painter who was active in Antwerp, Brussels and Mechelen. Huysmans held a foremost position in Flemish landscape painting in the late 17th and early 18th century and was particularly known for his pseudo-Italianate landscapes with mountains in ......

Cornelis De Man

Cornelis De Man (1621 - 1706) - Netherlands (Haarlem)

Cornelis de Man (1 July 1621 in Delft – 1 September 1706 in Delft) was a Dutch Golden Age painter. As a young man, Kornelis was not satisfied with life in Delft. He wanted to travel beyond the port of Dordrecht and that is what he did, spending a year in Paris as soon as he came of age and had enough talent to pay his way with his painting skills. ......

Robert Le Vrac De Tournières

Robert Le Vrac De Tournières (1667 - 1752) - France (Caen)

Robert Le Vrac de Tournières (17 June 1667 – 18 May 1752) was a French painter. After the Second World War, a street in the new Saint-Paul district of his home city of Caen was named rue Robert Tournières. Studying under Lucas Delahaye, then under Bon Boullogne and Rigaud, Tournières was notable for being received twice into the Académie royale de ......

André Charles Boulle

André Charles Boulle (1642 - 1732) - Germany (Duchy Of Guelders)

André-Charles Boulle (11 November 1642 – 29 February 1732 ), le joailler du meuble (the "furniture jeweller"), is the most famous French cabinetmaker and the preeminent artist in the field of marquetry, also known as "Inlay". Boulle was "the most remarkable of all French cabinetmakers". He was commended to Louis XIV of France, the "Sun King", by Je......

Filippo Della Valle

Filippo Della Valle (1698 - 1768) - Italy (Florence)

Cardinal Andrea della Valle (29 November 1463, Rome – 3 August 1534) was an Italian clergyman and art collector. Andrea belonged to an ancient family of Roman nobles. He was the son of Filippo della Valle, a Roman patrician the family tomb is in Santa Maria in Aracoeli, where an inscription to their father was placed by Andrea and his brother Barto......

José Benito Churriguera

José Benito Churriguera (1665 - 1725) - Spain (Madrid)

José Benito de Churriguera (21 March 1665 – 2 March 1725) was a Spanish architect, sculptor and urbanist of the late-Baroque or Rococo style. He was born in Madrid to a Catalan cabinetmaker, gilder and altarpiece joiner, Josep Simó Xoriguera i Elies and to doña Maria de Ocaña, and studied under his father along with two of his brothers. His excessi......

Benedetto Gennari

Benedetto Gennari (1633 - 1715) - Italy (Cento)

Benedetto Gennari II (October 19, 1633 – December 9, 1715) was an Italian painter active during the Baroque period. Belonging to a dynasty of painters, Gennari was a student of Guercino, the grandson of Benedetto Gennari, and older brother of Cesare Gennari. His father was Ercole Gennari and mother Lucia Barbieri. He trained at the workshop of the ......

Alessandro Marchesini

Alessandro Marchesini (1644 - 1738) - Italy

Alessandro Marchesini (30 April 1664 – 27 January 1738) was an Italian painter and art merchant of the late-Baroque and Rococo, active in Northern Italy and Venice. He first trained in Verona with Biagio Falcieri and then with Antonio Calza. He then moved to Bologna, to work in the studio of Carlo Cignani. He is described as gaining fame for his al......

Gerard I Hoet

Gerard I Hoet (1648 - 1733) - Netherlands (Gelderland)

Gerard Hoet (Dutch: [ɦut] 22 August 1648 – 2 December 1733) was a Dutch Golden Age painter and engraver. Gerard Hoet trained with his father and brother who were glass painters, and Warnard van Rijsen, who lived in Zaltbommel, and who himself was a pupil of Cornelis van Poelenburgh in Utrecht. In 1672 Hoet moved to The Hague, but when the Count of ......

Andreas Schlüter

Andreas Schlüter (1660 - 1714) - Germany (Hamburg)

Andreas Schlüter (1659 – c. June 1714) was a German baroque sculptor and architect, active in the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation, the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, and the Russian Tsardom. Andreas Schlüter was born probably in Hamburg. His early life is obscure as at least three different persons of that name are documented. The records o......

Etienne Jeaurat

Etienne Jeaurat (1699 - 1789) - France (Vermenton)

Étienne Jeaurat (9 February 1699, Vermenton – 14 December 1789, Versailles) was a French painter, above all remembered for his lively street scenes. Born in Vermenton near Auxerre, Jeaurat became an orphan at an early age. His brother, the engraver Edme Jeaurat, entrusted him to Nicolas Vleughels, a friend of Antoine Watteau, who was appointed dire......

Laurent Cars

Laurent Cars (1699 - 1771) - France (Lyons)

Egbert Jaspersz Van Heemskerck

Egbert Jaspersz Van Heemskerck (1635 - 1704) - Netherlands (Haarlem)

Egbert van Heemskerck, or Egbert Jaspersz van Heemskerk (1634–1704) was a Haarlem Dutch Golden Age painter of genre works who died in London in 1704. He is often confused with another genre painter also called Egbert van Heemskerck who lived c. 1676 – 1744. Attempts to distinguish the work of the elder and younger Heemskerck, where they overlap, ha......

Cornelis Dusart

Cornelis Dusart (1660 - 1704) - Netherlands (Haarlem)

Matthijs Naiveu

Matthijs Naiveu (1647 - 1726) - Netherlands (Leiden)

Matthys or Matthijs Naiveu (16 April 1647 in Leiden – 4 June 1726 in Amsterdam ) was a Dutch Golden Age painter. According to Houbraken he was trained in drawing by Abraham Toorenvliet (1620–1692), a glass painter and drawing instructor (and father of Jacob Toorenvliet), and he learned the art of painting from Gerrit Dou. At the time Houbraken was ......

Ivan Nikitich Nikitin

Ivan Nikitich Nikitin (1690 - 1742) - Russia (Moscow)

Ivan Nikitich Nikitin (Russian: Иван Никитич Никитин c. 1690–1741) was a Russian painter, an author of portraits and battle paintings. Ivan Nikitin was born in Moscow to a family of an Orthodox priest. He received his first artistic lessons from a Dutch artist Schwonbek at the engraving shop of the Kremlin Armoury. In 1711 the Armory together with ......

Domenico Brandi

Domenico Brandi (1683 - 1736) - Italy (Napoly)

Domenico Brandi (1683–1736) was an Italian painter, active in his native Naples, where he painted still lifes of birds and animals, as well as pastoral landscapes (vedute). He was painter to the Viceroy of Naples, and died in the latter city. More......

Jan Van Gool

Jan Van Gool (1685 - 1732) - Netherlands (The Hague)

Johan, or Jan van Gool (1685–1763), was a Dutch painter and writer from The Hague, now remembered mainly as a biographer of artists from the Dutch Golden Age. Jan van Gool was a pupil of Simon van der Does and Mattheus Terwesten. He became a member of the Confrerie Pictura in 1711. He was first regent, and then five years later became director, of ......

Luigi Garzi

Luigi Garzi (1638 - 1721) -

Luigi Garzi (Pistoia, 1638–Rome, 1721) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, whose work displayed heavy influences of the Bolognese painter, Guido Reni. Born in Pistoia. He started learning from a poorly known landscape painter, Salomon Boccali. But at age 15, he moved to Rome, where he was one of the main pupils of Andrea Sacchi. He is als......

René Frémin

René Frémin (1672 - 1744) - France (Paris)

René Frémin (1 October 1672 - 17 February 1744) was a French sculptor. Frémin studied at the Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture (Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture), where he was a pupil of François Girardon and Antoine Coysevox. In 1694 he won the Prix de Rome for sculpture. He stayed in Rome from 1695 to 1699. Returning to France, h......

Nishikawa Sukenobu

Nishikawa Sukenobu (1671 - 1750) -

Nishikawa Sukenobu (西川 祐信, 1671 – August 20, 1750), often called simply "Sukenobu", was a Japanese printmaker from Kyoto. He was unusual for an ukiyo-e artist, as he was based in the imperial capital of Kyoto. He did prints of actors, but gained note for his works concerning women. His Hyakunin joro shinasadame (Appreciating 100 women), in two volu......

Willem Frederik Van Royen

Willem Frederik Van Royen (1645 - 1723) - Netherlands (Haarlem)

Willem Frederiksz van Royen (c.1645, Haarlem – 1723, Berlin), was a Dutch Golden Age painter. According to the RKD he was probably born in Haarlem and became a pupil of Arnold van Ravesteyn there or in The Hague during the years 1661-1668. He became a still life and flower painter who moved to Berlin in 1669 and became court painter to Frederick Wi......

Gustavus Hesselius

Gustavus Hesselius (1682 - 1755) - Sweden (Folkärna)

Gustavus Hesselius (1682 – May 25, 1755) was a Swedish born painter who emigrated to the New World in 1711. He was the father of painter John Hesselius and cousin of the religious leader Emanuel Swedenborg. Hesselius left his home country of Sweden for Wilmington, Delaware in 1711. There he lived until 1717 when he moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvan......

Ferdinand Richter

Ferdinand Richter (1693 - 1737) - Germany (Würzburg)

Onorio Marinari

Onorio Marinari (1627 - 1715) - Italy

Onorio Marinari (1627 – January 5, 1715) was an Italian painter and printmaker of the Baroque period, active mainly in Florence. His father, Sigismondo di Pietro Marinari, was also a painter, and he trained with his cousin, Carlo Dolci, later being also influenced by Simone Pignoni and Francesco Furini. His fresco in the Palazzo Capponi, Florence, ......

William Aikman

William Aikman (1682 - 1731) -

William Aikman (24 October 1682 – 7 June 1731) was a Scottish portrait-painter. Aikman was the son of William Aikman, of Cairney. His father intended that he should follow the law, and gave him an education suitable to these views but the strong predilection of the son to the fine arts induced him to attach himself to painting alone. Poetry, painti......

Ernst Stuven

Ernst Stuven (1657 - 1712) - Germany (Hamburg)

Ernst Stuven (c. 1657–1712) was a German Baroque flower painter. According to Houbraken, he was born in Hamburg, where he was initially trained by Georg Hainz. At the age of eighteen he moved to Amsterdam (c. 1675-1677), where he became a pupil of Johannes Voorhout, who he knew from Hamburg. Being more interested in flower painting, he soon joined ......

Charles Parrocel

Charles Parrocel (1688 - 1752) -

Charles Parrocel (May 6, 1688 – May 24, 1752) was a French painter and engraver and a specialist in battle and hunt paintings. Parrocel was born in Paris, and studied under his father, Joseph Parrocel, until his death. Parrocel then became a pupil along with Bon Boullogne of Charles de La Fosse. In 1712 Parrocel moved to Italy, where he attended th......

Jacob Van Huysum

Jacob Van Huysum (1687 - 1740) -

Jacob van Huysum (c. 1687 – 1740) was an 18th-century botanical painter from the Northern Netherlands. Van Huysum was born in Amsterdam. Both his father Justus van Huysum (1659–1716), and his brother Jan van Huysum (1682–1749), were celebrated flower painters. His manner of painting was very like that of his brother. His approach to botanical illus......

Giovanni Battista Cimaroli

Giovanni Battista Cimaroli (1687 - 1771) -

Giovanni Battista Cimaroli (1687–1771) was an Italian painter of rustic landscapes with farms, villas and graceful figures and capricci of ruins and views of towns in the Veneto. He was born in Salò on Lake Garda, not far from Brescia. He studied under Antonio Aureggio and later in Bologna with the landscape painter Antonio Calza, before moving to ......

Jean Ii Cotelle

Jean Ii Cotelle (1642 - 1708) - France (Paris)

Jean Cotelle, 'the younger' (1642–1708) was a painter and engraver, born in Paris. He received his early instruction from his father, Jean Cotelle, and eventually visited Italy. On his return he devoted himself to his profession, producing historical paintings, miniatures, and occasionally etchings. His chef-d'oeuvre was the 'Marriage at Cana,' pai......

Orazio Marinali

Orazio Marinali (1643 - 1720) - Italy (Bassano)

Orazio Marinali (1643–1720) was an Italian late-Baroque sculptor, active mainly in the Veneto or Venetian mainland. He trained with Josse de Corte. He is best known for over 150 statues produced by him and his studio for the estate and gardens of a single villa in Vicenza, the Villa Lampertico (also known as Villa Conti or La Deliziosa). Many are s......

Agostino Masucci

Agostino Masucci (1691 - 1758) -

Agostino Masucci (Italian pronunciation: [aɡoˈstiːno maˈzuttʃi] c. 1691 – 19 October 1758) was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque or Rococo period. Born in Rome, he initially apprenticed with Andrea Procaccino, and then became a member of the studio of Carlo Maratta. He joined the Accademia di San Luca in 1724, and from 1736 to 1738, he was dir......

Carel De Ii Moor

Carel De Ii Moor (1655 - 1738) -

Carel de Moor (25 February 1655 – 16 February 1738) was a Dutch Golden Age etcher and painter. He was a pupil of Gerard Dou. Carel de Moor was born in Leiden. According to Houbraken, his father was an art dealer who wanted him to study languages and only allowed him to study art when his talent for drawing surfaced at a young age. Houbraken met him......

Pierre Drevet

Pierre Drevet (1697 - 1739) - France (Loire)

The Drevet Family were leading portrait engravers of France for over a hundred years. Their fame began with Pierre, and was sustained by his son, Pierre-Imbert, and by his nephew, Claude. Pierre Drevet, the Elder (1663–1738) was born at Loire in the Lyonnais, the son of Estienne Drevet, and began his studies with Germain Audran in Lyons, continuing......

Bernardino Castelli

Bernardino Castelli (1646 - 1725) - Italy (Velate)

Bernardino Castelli (15 June 1750, Arsiè - 24 February 1810, Venice) was an Italian painter of portraits and religious figures. He displayed artistic talent at an early age, taking his first lessons in Feltre from a local artist named Giovanni D'Antonio and helping to decorate the Villa Franzoia in Quero. His work there impressed the Canon, Alvise ......

Cristóbal De Villalpando

Cristóbal De Villalpando (1645 - 1714) -

Cristóbal de Villalpando (ca. 1649 – 20 August 1714) was a Spanish Baroque artist, arts administrator and captain of the guard. He painted prolifically and produced many Baroque works now displayed in several Mexican cathedrals, including the cathedrals in Querétaro and Mexico City, as well as a depiction of the Zócalo (main square) in Mexico City,......

Jan The Elder Vermeer Van Haarlem

Jan The Elder Vermeer Van Haarlem (1656 - 1705) - Netherlands (Haarlem)

Jan Vermeer van Haarlem, or Jan van der Meer II (1656 – May 28, 1705 ) was a Dutch Golden Age painter from Haarlem. A landscape painter primarily, he was baptized there on November 29, 1656. According to the RKD he was taught by his father, the landscape painter Jan Vermeer van Haarlem the Elder and became a follower of Nicolaes Berchem. He was the......

Justus Van Huysum

Justus Van Huysum (1659 - 1716) - Netherlands (Amsterdam)

Justus van Huysum, also spelled Huijsum, (July 8, 1659 in Amsterdam – April 23, 1716 in Amsterdam) was a Dutch Golden Age painter. He was the son of the decorative painter Jan van Huysum I and the brother of the engraver Caspar van Huysum. The elder Jan van Huysum moved to Amsterdam from Huizum (near Leeuwarden) between 1654 and 1657, where his boy......

Vincent Ii Laurensz Van Der Vinne

Vincent Ii Laurensz Van Der Vinne (1686 - 1742) - Netherlands (Haarlem)

Vincent Laurensz van der Vinne (1686, Haarlem – 1742, Haarlem) was an 18th-century painter of the Northern Netherlands. According to the RKD he was the son of Laurens van der Vinne and the grandson of his namesake, known for landscapes, especially of his native Haarlem. Many of his paintings are in the collection of the Frans Hals Museum. More......

Claude Augustin Cayot

Claude Augustin Cayot (1677 - 1722) - France (Paris)

Luca Carlevaris

Luca Carlevaris (1663 - 1730) - Italy (Udine)

Abraham Storck (Sturckenburch)

Abraham Storck (Sturckenburch) (1644 - 1708) - Netherlands (Amsterdam)

William Raymond Dommersen

William Raymond Dommersen (1580 - 1927) - Netherlands (Utrecht)

Pierre Denis Martin (Dit Martin Le Jeune)

Pierre Denis Martin (Dit Martin Le Jeune) (1663 - 1742) - France (Paris)

Jacob Van Der (Giacomo Da Castello) Kerckhoven

Jacob Van Der (Giacomo Da Castello) Kerckhoven (1637 - 1712) - Belgium (Anversa)

Giacomo Ceruti (Pitocchetto)

Giacomo Ceruti (Pitocchetto) (1698 - 1767) - Italy (Milan)

Giambattista Pittoni

Giambattista Pittoni (1687 - 1767) - Italy (Venice)

Christoph Ludwig Agricola

Christoph Ludwig Agricola (1667 - 1719) - Germany (Regensburg)

Antonio Stom

Antonio Stom (1688 - 1734) - Italy (Venice)

Giovan Maria Morlaiter

Giovan Maria Morlaiter (1699 - 1781) - Italy (Venezia)

Matthys Pool

Matthys Pool (1676 - 1732) - Netherlands (Amsterdam)

Giambattista Foggini

Giambattista Foggini (1652 - 1725) - Italy (Florence)

Aleksey Fyodorovich Zubov

Aleksey Fyodorovich Zubov (1682 - 1750) - Russia (Moscow)

Abraham Bisschop

Abraham Bisschop (1670 - 1729) - Netherlands (Dordrecht)

Giuseppe Piamontini

Giuseppe Piamontini (1664 - 1742) - Italy (Florence)

Vincenzo Maria Coronelli

Vincenzo Maria Coronelli (1650 - 1718) - Italy (Venice)

Pietro Paltronieri

Pietro Paltronieri (1673 - 1741) -

Giovanni Giuliani

Giovanni Giuliani (1664 - 1744) - Italy (Venedig)

Johannes Tielius

Johannes Tielius (1660 - 1719) - Netherlands (Hertogenbosch)

Alexandre Jean Oppenordt

Alexandre Jean Oppenordt (1639 - 1715) - Netherlands (Gelderland)

Juan Rodríguez Juarez

Juan Rodríguez Juarez (1675 - 1728) -

Juan Rodríguez Juárez (b. 1675 - d. 1728) was an artist in the Viceroyalty of New Spain. His brother Nicolás, was also a famous contemporary artist in colonial México. Juan Rodríguez Juárez was a member of a Spanish family long noted for their accomplishments in the world of painting. His brother was Nicolás Rodríguez Juárez (1667 - 1734) was like ......

Barent Graat

Barent Graat (1628 - 1709) - Netherlands (Amsterdam)

Arnold Boonen

Arnold Boonen (1669 - 1729) - Netherlands (Dordrecht)

Martin I Mijtens

Martin I Mijtens (1648 - 1736) - Netherlands (Den Haag)

Sebestyén Hann

Sebestyén Hann (1644 - 1713) - Slovakia (Lõcse)

Domenico Lovisa

Domenico Lovisa (1690 - 1750) - Italy (Venice)

Louis Desplaces

Louis Desplaces (1682 - 1739) -

Bada Shanren

Bada Shanren (1626 - 1705) -

Pietro Bianchi

Pietro Bianchi (1694 - 1740) -