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Marc Nattier

Marc Nattier (1685 - 1766) - France (Paris)

Jean-Marc Nattier (17 March 1685 – 7 November 1766), French painter, was born in Paris, the second son of Marc Nattier (1642–1705), a portrait painter, and of Marie Courtois (1655–1703), a miniaturist. He is noted for his portraits of the ladies of King Louis XV's court in classical mythological attire. He received his first instruction from his fa......


Nicolai Abraham Abildgaard

Nicolai Abraham Abildgaard (1743 - 1809) - Denmark (Copenhagen)

Nicolai Abraham Abildgaard (September 11, 1743 – June 4, 1809) was a Danish neoclassical and royal history painter, sculptor, architect, and professor of painting, mythology, and anatomy at the New Royal Danish Academy of Art in Copenhagen, Denmark. Many of his works were in the royal Christiansborg Palace (some destroyed by fire 1794), Fredensborg......


Ogata Kōrin

Ogata Kōrin (1658 - 1716) - Japan (Kyoto)

Ogata Kōrin (Japanese: 尾形光琳 1658 – June 2, 1716) was a Japanese painter, lacquerer and designer of the Rinpa school. Ogata is best known for his byōbu folding screens, such as Irises and Red and White Plum Blossoms (both registered National Treasures), and his paintings on ceramics and lacquerware produced by his brother Kenzan (1663–1743). Also a ......


Bottega Di Corrado Giaquinto

Bottega Di Corrado Giaquinto (1703 - 1766) -

Corrado Giaquinto (8 February 1703 – 18 April 1766) was an Italian Rococo painter. He was born in Molfetta. As a boy he apprenticed with a modest local painter Saverio Porta, (c1667–1725), escaping the religious career his parents had intended for him. By October 1724, he left Molfetta, and along with his contemporaries Francesco de Mura (1696–1784......


Jakob Philipp Hackert

Jakob Philipp Hackert (1737 - 1807) -

Jacob Philipp Hackert (15 September 1737 – 28 April 1807) was a landscape painter from Brandenburg, who did most of his work in Italy. Hackert was born in 1737 in Prenzlau in the Margraviate of Brandenburg (now in Germany). He trained with his father Philipp (a portraitist and painter of animals) and his uncle, before going to the Prussian Academy ......


Hua Yan

Hua Yan (1682 - 1756) -

Chinese art is visual art that, whether ancient or modern, originated in or is practiced in China or by Chinese artists. The Chinese art in the Republic of China (Taiwan) and that of overseas Chinese can also be considered part of Chinese art where it is based in or draws on Chinese heritage and Chinese culture. Early "stone age art" dates back to ......


Pierre De Valenciennes

Pierre De Valenciennes (1750 - 1819) -

Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes (December 6, 1750 – February 16, 1819) was a French painter who was influential in elevating the status of open-air painting. Valenciennes worked in Rome from 1778 to 1782, where he made a number of landscape studies directly from nature, sometimes painting the same set of trees or house at different times of day. He th......


Philips De Koninck

Philips De Koninck (1619 - 1688) -

Philip de Koninck, or Philips Koninck (5 November 1619 – 4 October 1688 was a Dutch landscape painter and younger brother of Jacob Koninck. De Koninck was the son of the jeweler Aert Coninx. He was married twice in 1641 with Cornelia, a sister of Abraham Furnerius, living in Rotterdam, and in 1657 with Margaretha van Rhijn from Amsterdam. Philip st......


Jean Baptiste Baron Regnault

Jean Baptiste Baron Regnault (1754 - 1829) -

Jean-Baptiste Regnault (9 October 1754 – 12 November 1829) was a French painter. Regnault was born in Paris, and began life at sea in a merchant vessel. At the age of fifteen his talent attracted attention, and he was sent to Italy by M. de Monval under the care of Bardin. After his return to Paris, Regnault, in 1776, won the Grand Prix for his pai......


Gerrit Adriaenszoon Berckheyde

Gerrit Adriaenszoon Berckheyde (1638 - 1698) -

Gerrit Adriaenszoon Berckheyde (1638 – 10 June 1698) was a Dutch Golden Age painter, active in Haarlem, Amsterdam, and The Hague, who is best known today for his cityscapes. Berckheyde was born and died in Haarlem. Christened as an infant 6 June 1638, he was the younger brother (by eleven years) and student of the painter Job Adriaenszoon Berckheyd......


Michele Giovanni Marieschi

Michele Giovanni Marieschi (1710 - 1743) -

Michele Marieschi or Michele Giovanni Marieschi, also Michiel (1 December 1710 – 18 January 1744), also known as Michiel, was an Italian painter and engraver. He is mainly known for his landscapes and cityscapes (vedute), or views, mostly of Venice. He also created architectural paintings, which reveal his interest in stage design. Marieschi was bo......


Carl Fredrik Von Breda

Carl Fredrik Von Breda (1759 - 1818) - Sweden (Stockholm)

Carl Frederik von Breda (16 August 1759 – 1 December 1818) was a Swedish painter who studied in and spent much of his career in Britain before becoming painter to the Swedish court. He was born in Stockholm in 1759, and moved to Britain where he was a student of Joshua Reynolds. Breda specialized in painting portraits and was called "the van Dyck o......


Giuseppe Bonito

Giuseppe Bonito (1707 - 1789) -

Giuseppe Bonito (11 January 1707 – 9 May 1789) was a Neapolitan painter of the Rococo period. Giuseppe Bonito is known for genre depictions on canvas. Many of Gaspare Traversi's paintings had previously been attributed to Bonito. Bonito was born at Castellammare di Stabia, and, like Traversi, was a student at the large studio of Francesco Solimena.......


Nicolaes Van Verendael

Nicolaes Van Verendael (1640 - 1691) -

Nicolaes van Verendael or Nicolaes van Veerendael (Antwerp, 1640 – Antwerp, 1691) was a Flemish painter active in Antwerp who is mainly known for his flower paintings and vanitas still lifes. He was a frequent collaborator of other Antwerp artists to whose compositions he added the still life elements. He also painted a number of singeries - scenes......


Pierre L'enfant

Pierre L'enfant (1754 - 1825) - France (Paris)

Pierre Charles L'Enfant (French: [pjɛʁ ʃɑʁl lɑ̃fɑ̃] August 2, 1754 – June 14, 1825), self-identified as Peter Charles L'Enfant while living in the United States, was a French-American military engineer who designed the basic plan for Washington, D.C. (capital city of the U.S.) known today as the L'Enfant Plan (1791). L'Enfant was born in Paris, Fra......


Katsukawa Shunshō

Katsukawa Shunshō (1726 - 1793) -

Katsukawa Shunshō (Japanese: 勝川 春章 1726 – 19 January 1793) was a Japanese painter and printmaker in the ukiyo-e style, and the leading artist of the Katsukawa school. Shunshō studied under Miyagawa Shunsui, son and student of Miyagawa Chōshun, both equally famous and talented ukiyo-e artists. Shunshō is most well known for introducing a new form of......


Caspar Van Wittel

Caspar Van Wittel (1653 - 1736) -

Caspar van Wittel or Gaspar van Wittel (born Jasper Adriaensz van Wittel Italian name variations: Gaspare Vanvitelli [ˈɡaspare vamviˈtɛlli], Gasparo degli Occhiali [ˈɡasparo deʎʎ okˈkjaːli] 1652 or 1653, Amersfoort – September 13, 1736, Rome) was a Dutch painter and draughtsman who had a long career in Rome. He played a pivotal role in the developm......


David De Koninck

David De Koninck (1636 - 1699) -

David de Coninck or David de Koninck, also known as Rammelaer (ca. 1644, Antwerp – after 1701, probably Brussels) was a Flemish painter who specialised in still lifes and landscapes with animals and hunting scenes. Recognised as a leading animal painter, de Coninck was able to develop an international career which caused him to work for extended pe......


After Joachim Von Sandrart

After Joachim Von Sandrart (1606 - 1688) -

Joachim von Sandrart (12 May 1606 – 14 October 1688) was a German Baroque art-historian and painter, active in Amsterdam during the Dutch Golden Age. He is most significant for his collection of biographies of Dutch and German artists the Teutsche Academie, published between 1675 and 1680. Sandrart was born in Frankfurt am Main, but the family orig......


Robert Levrac Tournières

Robert Levrac Tournières (1667 - 1752) - France (Near 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 ......


Jean Baptiste Hilaire

Jean Baptiste Hilaire (1754 - 1829) -

Jean-Baptiste Regnault (9 October 1754 – 12 November 1829) was a French painter. Regnault was born in Paris, and began life at sea in a merchant vessel. At the age of fifteen his talent attracted attention, and he was sent to Italy by M. de Monval under the care of Bardin. After his return to Paris, Regnault, in 1776, won the Grand Prix for his pai......


George Howland Beaumont

George Howland Beaumont (1753 - 1827) - United Kingdom (Dunmow)

Sir George Howland Beaumont, 7th Baronet (6 November 1753 – 7 February 1827) was a British art patron and amateur painter. He played a crucial part in the creation of London's National Gallery by making the first bequest of paintings to that institution. Born in Great Dunmow, Essex, he was the only surviving child of the landowner Sir George Beaumo......


Paolo De Matteis

Paolo De Matteis (1662 - 1728) -

Paolo de Matteis (also known as Paolo de' Matteis 9 February 1662 – 26 January 1728) was an Italian painter. He was born in Piano Vetrale, a hamlet of Orria, in the current Province of Salerno, and died in Naples. He trained with Francesco di Maria in Naples, then with Luca Giordano. He served in the employ of the Spanish Viceroy of Naples. From 17......


Robert Jacques François Lefèvre

Robert Jacques François Lefèvre (1755 - 1830) -

Robert Jacques François Faust Lefèvre (24 September 1755 in Bayeux – 3 October 1830 in Paris) was a French painter of portraits, history paintings and religious paintings. He was heavily influenced by Jacques-Louis David and his style is reminiscent of the antique. Robert Lefèvre made his first drawings on the papers of a procureur to whom his fath......


Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietrich Dietrich

Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietrich Dietrich (1712 - 1774) -

Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietrich (30 October 1712 – 23 April 1774) was a German painter and art administrator. In his own works, he was adept at imitating many earlier artists, but never developed a style of his own. He was born at Weimar, where he was brought up early to the profession of art by his father Johann Georg, then painter of miniatures ......


Jean Bernard Restout

Jean Bernard Restout (1692 - 1768) -

Jean II Restout (26 March 1692 – 1 January 1768) was a French painter, whose late baroque classicism rendered his altarpieces, such as the Death of Saint Scholastica an "isolated achievement" that ran counter to his rococo contemporaries. Jean Restout was born in Rouen, the son of Jean I Restout and Marie M. Jouvenet, sister and pupil of the then w......


Jacob Van Strij Dordrecht

Jacob Van Strij Dordrecht (1756 - 1815) - Netherlands (Dordrecht)

Jacob van Strij (2 October 1756 – 4 February 1815) was Dutch painter, printmaker, and draftsman who was mainly interested in landscape painting, including mountain landscapes, winter landscapes and marines. Jacob van Strij was born on 2 October 1756 in Dordrecht in the Dutch Republic. He was the son of Leendert van Strij and the younger brother of ......


Mattia Bortoloni

Mattia Bortoloni (1695 - 1750) -

Mattia Bortoloni (31 March 1696 – 9 June 1750) was an important painter of the early Italian Rococo period. He began his career as a student of Antonio Balestra of Verona and was active throughout northern Italy. For many years the growth of Bortoloni’s reputation was constrained by two factors. First, his work was heavily centered on frescos (that......


Antonio Verrio

Antonio Verrio (1639 - 1707) -

The Italian-born Antonio Verrio (c. 1636 – 15 June 1707) was responsible for introducing Baroque mural painting into England and served the Crown over a thirty-year period. Verrio, born in Lecce, Kingdom of Naples, started his career in Lecce and was a pupil of Giovanni Andrea Coppola (1597–1659). Several works by Verrio still exist in the Apulian ......


David Morier

David Morier (1705 - 1770) - Switzerland (Berne)

David Morier, (1705? – Around Jan. 8, 1770) was an Anglo-Swiss painter of portraits, military subjects and historical scenes around and after the time of the War of the Austrian Succession and the related Jacobite rising of 1745. His most recognizable work is entitled "An Incident in the Rebellion of 1745" but is more commonly known as "The Battle ......


Josef Grassi

Josef Grassi (1757 - 1838) -

Josef Grassi (22 April 1757 – 7 January 1838) was an Austrian portrait and history painter. His middle name is usually given as "Maria", although there is evidence that it was actually "Mathias". He is also called "Giuseppe Grassi". Josef Grassi was born in Vienna, the younger brother of sculptor and porcelain modeller Anton Grassi. Their father, O......


Isaac Sailmaker

Isaac Sailmaker (1633 - 1721) -

Isaac Sailmaker (born Isaac Zeilmaker in Scheveningen, 1633 died in London on June 28, 1721) was a Dutch marine painter active in Britain. He came to London to work for George Geldorp and later worked for Oliver Cromwell. He is known for paintings of ships and lighthouses. His painting of Eddystone Lighthouse is notable as the structure no longer e......


Jean Baptiste Joseph Wicar

Jean Baptiste Joseph Wicar (1762 - 1834) -

Jean-Baptiste Wicar (22 January 1762 – 27 February 1834) was a French Neoclassical painter and art collector. The son of a carpenter, Wicar was born in Lille. He studied drawing at the free school in Lille before further honing his talents in the studio of David. The drawings Wicar created of Tableaux, statues, bas-reliefs et camées de la Galerie d......


Jean-Jacques Bachelier

Jean-Jacques Bachelier (1724 - 1805) -

Jean-Jacques Bachelier (1724–1806) was a French painter and director of the porcelain factory at Sèvres. Admitted to the Académie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture in 1752, he founded an art school using his own means in Paris in 1765 for the artisans in the historic collège d'Autun (rue de l'école de médecine), which survived until the 19th centu......


Ike Taiga

Ike Taiga (1723 - 1776) -

Ike no Taiga (池大雅, 1723–1776) was a Japanese painter and calligrapher born in Kyoto during the Edo period. Together with Yosa Buson, he perfected the bunjinga (or nanga) genre. The majority of his works reflected his passion for classical Chinese culture and painting techniques, though he also incorporated revolutionary and modern techniques into h......


Jan Van Huchtenburg

Jan Van Huchtenburg (1647 - 1733) -

J(oh)an and Jacob van Huchtenburg (Hughtenburg or Hugtenburg(h)) were two Dutch Golden Age painters in the second half of the seventeenth century. Both brothers were natives of Haarlem, moved to Paris, but died in Amsterdam. The main source about their lives is from Arnold Houbraken. Some of the information from the 19th century is contradictive. J......


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......


Lorenzo Pasinelli

Lorenzo Pasinelli (1629 - 1700) -

Lorenzo Pasinelli (September 4, 1629 – March 4, 1700) was an Italian painter active mainly in Bologna during the late Baroque period. He was born in Bologna, and initially trained in the studio of Simone Cantarini. He then pursued studies in Rome. Despite that training, his works have an air of Mannerism. In an overview of two major Bolognese paint......


Wang Yuanqi

Wang Yuanqi (1642 - 1715) - China (Taicang)

Wang Yuanqi (Chinese: 王原祁 pinyin: Wáng Yuánqí 1642-1715) was a Chinese painter of the Qing dynasty. Wang was born in Taicang in the Jiangsu province and tutored in painting by his grandfather Wang Shimin (1592–1680). His style name was 'Mao-ching ' and his sobriquet was ' Lu-t'ai'. Wang is a member of the Six Masters of the early Qing period, also ......


Vladimir Lukich Borovikovsky

Vladimir Lukich Borovikovsky (1757 - 1825) -

洛可可, 新古典主义

Vladimir Lukič Borovikovskij, in russo: Владимир Лукич Боровиковский? e in ucraino Володимир Лукич Боровиковський, pseudonimo di Vоlоdymyr Borovyk (Mirgorod, 24 luglio 1757 – San Pietroburgo, 18 aprile 1825), è stato un pittore russo, nato in Ucraina e celebre soprattutto per la carriera di ritrattista. Vladimir Borovikovskij nacque come Vоlоdymyr ......


George Barret The Elder

George Barret The Elder (1732 - 1784) - Ireland (The Liberties)

George Barret Sr. RA (c. 1730 – 29 May 1784) was an Irish landscape artist who is best known for his Oil paintings, but also sometimes produced watercolours. He left Ireland in 1762 to establish himself as an artist in London and rapidly gained recognition as a leading artist of the period. He exhibited at the Society of Artists of Great Britain an......


After Adriaen Coorte

After Adriaen Coorte (1665 - 1707) -

Adriaen Coorte (ca. 1665 – after 1707) was a Dutch Golden Age painter of still lifes, who signed works between 1683 and 1707. He painted small and unpretentious still lifes in a style more typical of the first half of the century, and was "one of the last practitioners of this intimate category". Very little is known of his life, but he is assumed ......


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......


Antoine Vestier Avallon

Antoine Vestier Avallon (1740 - 1824) -

Antoine Vestier (1740–1824) was a French miniaturist and painter of portraits, born at Avallon in Burgundy, who trained in the atelier of Jean-Baptiste Pierre. He showed his work at the Salon de la Correspondance, Paris, before being admitted (agréé) to the Académie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture in 1785, when a portrait of the painter Gabriel ......


Edwaert Collier

Edwaert Collier (1642 - 1708) -

Evert Collier (26 January 1642 – few days before September 8, 1708) was a Dutch Golden Age still-life painter known for vanitas and trompe-l'œil paintings. His first name is sometimes spelled "Edward" or "Edwaert" or "Eduwaert" or "Edwart," and his last name is sometimes spelled "Colyer" or "Kollier". Collier was baptized Evert Calier in Breda, Noo......


Francis Barlow

Francis Barlow (1624 - 1704) - United Kingdom (Lincolnshire)

Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator. He ranks among the most prolific book-illustrators and printmakers of the 17th century, working across several genres: natural history, hunting and recreation, politics, and decoration and design. Barlow is known as "the father of British sporting painting" he was Brit......


John Francis Rigaud

John Francis Rigaud (1742 - 1810) -

John Francis Rigaud RA (18 May 1742 – 6 December 1810) was an eighteenth-century history, portrait, and decorative painter. Of French descent, he was born in Turin and spent most of his career in England. Rigaud was born in Turin on 18 May 1742 and baptised on 9 September. He was the second son of James Dutilh or Rigaud and Jeanne Françoise Guiraud......


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......


Daniel Seiter

Daniel Seiter (1649 - 1705) -

Daniel Seiter, Saiter, or Seyter (c.1642/1647–1705) was a Viennese-born painter of the Baroque, who trained and worked in Italy. According to Houbraken, Seiter was born on the border of Switzerland and brought up in Vienna. It is unknown who his first teacher was, but as a young man he crossed the alps to Venice, where he apprenticed with Johann Ca......


Alessandro Rosi

Alessandro Rosi (1627 - 1697) -

Alessandro Rosi (28 December 1627 in Rovezzano (it) – 19 April 1697 in Florence) was an Italian artist, working during the Baroque period. Rosi trained in the workshops of Jacopo Vignali and Cesare Dandini, along with other young Florentine artists such as Carlo Dolci. It seems that he undertook a study trip to Rome, where he saw the work of Simon ......


Yun Shouping

Yun Shouping (1633 - 1690) -

Yun Shouping (惲壽平), also known as Nantian (南田) (1633 – 1690), was a major artist of the early Chinese Qing dynasty. He was regarded as one of the "Six Masters" of the Qing period, together with the Four Wangs and Wú Lì. Yun was born to a prominent but impoverished family in Wujin, Jiangsu province. He excelled in his classes and was expected to ent......


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 ......


Michele Pagano

Michele Pagano (1697 - 1732) -

Michele Pagano (1697–1732) was an Italian painter of the late Baroque period, active in his natal city of Naples. Pagano initially trained under Raimondo di Dominici, known as il Maltese. Working later with Bernardo de Dominici, he became a follower of Franz Joachim Beich, and flourished as a landscape painter or vedutista, but died in his mid-thir......


Shen Quan

Shen Quan (1682 - 1760) -

Shen Quan (simplified Chinese: 沈铨 traditional Chinese: 沈銓 pinyin: Shěn Quán Wade–Giles: Shen Ch'üan c. 1682–1760) was a Chinese painter during the Qing Dynasty (1644–1912). His courtesy name was Nanpin (南蘋) and his sobriquet was Hengzhai (衡斎). His works became influential in Japanese Edo period art. Shen was born in Deqing in Zhejiang province. He ......


Paolo Anesi

Paolo Anesi (1697 - 1773) -

Paolo Anesi (1697–1773) was an Italian painter of the 18th century, active mainly in painting capriccios and landscapes (vedute) in the style of Giovanni Paolo Pannini. Born in Florence, he trained with Giuseppe Bartolomeo Chiari and Bernardino Fergioni. He was admitted to the Accademia di San Luca and to the Congregation of the Virtuosi of the Pan......


Jeremiah Theus

Jeremiah Theus (1716 - 1774) - Switzerland (Chur)

Jeremiah Theus (sometimes Jeremiah Theüs ) (April 5, 1716 – May 17, 1774) was a Swiss-born American painter, primarily of portraits. He was active mainly around Charleston, South Carolina, in which city he remained almost without competition for the bulk of his career. Theus was born in the city of Chur, in the Swiss canton of Graubünden, and was t......


Pierre Antoine Quillard

Pierre Antoine Quillard (1700 - 1733) -

Pierre-Antoine Quillard, (c.1700, Paris - 25 November 1733, Lisbon) was a French portrait painter and engraver who worked in Portugal. His father was a woodworker. He began to study art at a very early age, possibly with Antoine Watteau, or at least some of his close associates. When he was ten or eleven, his paintings were deemed such perfect copi......


Jin Nong

Jin Nong (1687 - 1764) -

Born in 1687 in Hangzhou, Jin Nong (金農) became popular as a painter and calligrapher while living as a childless widower in Yangzhou in his sixties. His paintings of mei blossoms were in particular demand there. Heralded as one of The Eight Eccentrics of Yangzhou, Jin favored the amateur scholar style. A nonconformist, he generally painted more tra......


Cerchia Di Francesco Zugno

Cerchia Di Francesco Zugno (1708 - 1787) -

Francesco Zugno (Italian pronunciation: [franˈtʃesko ˈdzuɲɲo] c. 1708–1787) was an Italian painter of the Rococo period who had a successful career in Venice. Francesco Zugno was born in Venice in 1709 and probably died there in 1787. The Zugno were an ancient Venetian family and its members included artists such as the fifteenth century painter Gi......


George Engleheart

George Engleheart (1750 - 1829) -

George Engleheart (1750–1829) was one of the greatest English painters of portrait miniatures, and a contemporary of Richard Cosway, John Smart, William Wood, and Richard Crosse. Engleheart is generally thought to have been born in Kew, Surrey, on 26 October 1750. His father was Francis Englehart (died 1773), a German plaster modeller who emigrated......


Fedele Fischetti

Fedele Fischetti (1732 - 1792) -

Fedele Fischetti (30 March 1732 – 25 January 1792) was an Italian painter of the Neoclassical period. He was born and died in Naples. Fischetti was mainly active as a fresco painter for palaces and villas in and around the city, including the Royal Palace at Portici. He painted frescoes of the seasons, Summer and Winter, in the conversation rooms o......


Johann Melchior Roos

Johann Melchior Roos (1663 - 1731) -

Johann Melchior Roos (December 27, 1663, Heidelberg – 1731, Braunschweig), was a German Baroque painter. According to the RKD He was born in Heidelberg and learned to paint from his father, the landscape painter Johann Heinrich Roos. In 1682-1685 he studied at the drawing academy of the Confrerie Pictura in the Hague, and in 1686 he travelled to Ro......


Okumura Masanobu

Okumura Masanobu (1686 - 1764) -

Okumura Masanobu (Japanese: 奥村 政信 1686 – 13 March 1764) was a Japanese print designer, book publisher, and painter. He also illustrated novelettes and in his early years wrote some fiction. At first his work adhered to the Torii school, but later drifted beyond that. He is a figure in the formative era of ukiyo-e doing early works on actors and bij......


Jonathan Richardson The Elder

Jonathan Richardson The Elder (1667 - 1745) -

Jonathan Richardson (London 12 January 1667 – 28 May 1745 London) sometimes called "the Elder" to distinguish him from his son (Jonathan Richardson the Younger) was an English artist, collector of drawings, and writer on art, working almost entirely as a portrait-painter in London. He was considered by some art-critics as one of the three foremost ......


Abraham Pietersz Van Calraet

Abraham Pietersz Van Calraet (1642 - 1722) -

Abraham van Calraet, or Kalraat (7–12 October 1642, Dordrecht – 11 June 1722, Amsterdam) was a Dutch Golden Age painter and engraver. He learned to paint from AEmilius and Samuel Hup, or Huppe, who were well known sculptors in the city of Dordrecht. After learning to sculpt, young Abraham took to the painter's brush, and started on fruit, while hel......


Joseph Pierre Xavier Bidauld

Joseph Pierre Xavier Bidauld (1758 - 1846) -

Jean-Joseph-Xavier Bidauld (10 April 1758 – 20 October 1846) was a French painter. A native of the city of Carpentras, Bidauld first studied painting with his elder brother, Jean-Pierre-Xavier, in Lyons. In 1783 he traveled to Paris, there winning the favor of an art dealer and perfume seller named Dulac. This latter subsidized Bidauld's travels in......


Peter Francis Bourgeois

Peter Francis Bourgeois (1753 - 1811) -

Sir Peter Francis Lewis Bourgeois RA (November 1753 – 8 January 1811) was a British landscape and history painter, and court painter to king George III of the United Kingdom. He became an art dealer and collector in association with Margaret and Noel Desenfans, and with them founded Dulwich Picture Gallery in London. Bourgeois was born in London in......


Egbert Van Heemskerck Ii

Egbert Van Heemskerck Ii (1635 - 1704) -

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......


Elizabeth Simcoe

Elizabeth Simcoe (1762 - 1850) - United Kingdom (Whitchurch)

Elizabeth Posthuma Simcoe (22 September 1762 – 17 January 1850) was a British artist and diarist in colonial Canada. She was the wife of John Graves Simcoe, the first Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada. She was born Elizabeth Posthuma Gwillim in the village of Whitchurch, Herefordshire, England, daughter of Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Gwillim and El......


John Ramage

John Ramage (1748 - 1802) - Ireland (Dublin)

John Ramage (1748 – 24 October 1802) was an Irish American artist, goldsmith, patroller, and second lieutenant. He was best known for painting portrait miniatures, and being the first artist to paint George Washington while serving as the President of the United States. Ramage was born in Dublin, Ireland. He entered the Dublin Society of Artists in......


Jacques Reattu

Jacques Reattu (1760 - 1833) -

Jacques Réattu (3 August 1760, Arles - 7 April 1833, Arles) was a French painter and winner of the grand prix de Rome. He was an illegitimate son of the painter Guillaume de Barrême de Châteaufort and Catherine Raspal, sister of the Arles-born painter Antoine Raspal - Antoine gave him his first lessons in painting. In Paris, in 1773 he was a pupil ......


Hendrik Frans De Cort

Hendrik Frans De Cort (1742 - 1810) -

Hendrik de Cort or Hendrik Frans de Cort (1742 in Antwerp – 28 June 1810 in London) was a Flemish landscape painter and draughtsman. His international career brought him to Antwerp, Paris, England and Wales. He is mainly remembered for his topographical paintings and drawings of English castles, country houses, parks and ruins. Hendrik de Cort stud......


Joseph Van Aken

Joseph Van Aken (1699 - 1749) -

Joseph van Aken (c.1699 – 4 July 1749 London) was a Flemish artist, a portrait, genre and drapery painter who spent most of his career in England. He was noted for his skill in painting fabrics, and was employed as a costume painter by many leading artists. He arrived in London from Antwerp in around 1720, accompanied by his brother Alexander (1701......


Huang Shen

Huang Shen (1687 - 1772) -

Huang Shen (1687–1772) was a Chinese painter during the Qing Dynasty. Huang was born in Ninghua, Fujian province, to a poor family. His courtesy names were Gongshou (恭壽) and Gongmao (恭懋). His pseudonym was Yingpiaozi (癭瓢子). He began his training under the painter Shangguan Zhou (上官周). In the earliest part of his career he excelled at cursive callig......


Giuseppe Bartolomeo Chiari

Giuseppe Bartolomeo Chiari (1654 - 1727) -

Giuseppe Bartolomeo Chiari (10 March 1654 – 8 September 1727), also known simply as Giuseppe Chiari, was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque period, active mostly in Rome. Born in Rome, he was one of the main assistants, along with Giuseppe Passeri and Andrea Procaccini, in the studio of an elder Carlo Maratta. His father had opposed the career,......


Claudio Francesco Beaumont

Claudio Francesco Beaumont (1694 - 1766) -

Cavaliere Claudio Francesco Beaumont (4 July 1694 – 21 June 1766) was an Italian artist, born in Turin. Beumont was born in Turin on 4 July 1694. Little is known of his early youth, besides the news on education in school of grammar and rhetoric, of architecture and mathematics, directed by the Jesuits. The first documented news refers to a trip to......


Zheng Xie

Zheng Xie (1693 - 1766) -

Zheng Xie (Chinese: 鄭燮 pinyin: Zhèng Xiè) (1693–1765), commonly known as Zheng Banqiao (Chinese: 鄭板橋 pinyin: Zhèng Bǎnqiáo) was a Chinese painter from Jiangsu. He began life in poverty, but rose in the exam system to become a magistrate at Shandong. However, after 12 years, he became critical of the life of an official as he refused to ingratiate h......


Francisco Antolínez Y Sarabia

Francisco Antolínez Y Sarabia (1645 - 1700) -

Francisco Antolínez de Sarabia (1645–1700) was a historical and landscape painter who studied in the school of Murillo, whose style and manner of colouring he followed. He was born at Seville, and was a nephew of Joseph Antolinez. He went to his uncle at Madrid in 1672 but notwithstanding his having already distinguished himself as a painter, he le......


Francesco Tironi

Francesco Tironi (1745 - 1797) -

Francesco Tironi (circa 1745-1797) was an Italian painter, active in painting vedute of Venice in a Neoclassical style. Among his works are a vedute of the Riva degli Schiavoni of a Large Crowd in a Piazza before the Church of Santi Giovanni e Paolo of the Isola Santa Maria della Grazia, Venice and of the Meeting of Pope Pius VI and the Doge on the......


Bartolomeo Bettera

Bartolomeo Bettera (1639 - 1688) -

Bartolomeo Bettera (Bergamo, 1639 - Milan, after 1688) was an Italian painter, mainly depicting still lifes with musical instruments. He trained and worked under or with Evaristo Baschenis, painting the same subject matter. Works can be seen in Ringling Museum of Art, National Gallery of Slovenia, and Gallery of the Accademia Carrara in Bergamo. Mo......


George Arnald

George Arnald (1763 - 1841) -

George Arnald ARA (1763 – 21 November 1841) was a British painter who specialised in landscapes, including topographical views to illustrated county histories. He is best known for his celebrated painting depicting the Battle of the Nile. George Arnald was born in 1763. One account places his birth in the village of Farndip (now Farndish) in Northa......


Antoine Rivalz

Antoine Rivalz (1667 - 1735) -

Antoine Rivalz (1667 - 11 December 1735) was a French painter. Born in Toulouse, the son of Jean-Pierre Rivalz (who painted and designed the city's hôtel de ville), Antoine became the town's official painter, and was a talented portraitist of the society of the city in the 18th century. He also produced a large number of drawings. Antoine Rivalz be......


Laurent Pecheux

Laurent Pecheux (1729 - 1821) -

Laurent Pécheux (17 July 1729 – 1821 Turin) was a French-born painter, active in Rome and Northern Italy in a Neoclassical-style. Born in Lyon, France, Pécheux initially studied at the Jesuit College, but was sent to Paris where he frequented the studio of Charles-Joseph Natoire, Jean-Baptiste Pillement, and Jean-Antoine Morand. In 1751, the artist......


Hugues Taraval

Hugues Taraval (1729 - 1785) -

Jean-Hugues Taraval (27 February 1729 – 19 October 1785) was a French painter. Taraval was born in Paris, the son of the French painter Guillaume Taraval, who moved his family to Stockholm in 1732 to work on the decoration of the new Royal Palace. Initially a pupil of his father, Hugues returned to Paris after his father's death in 1750. There he s......


Biagio Rebecca

Biagio Rebecca (1735 - 1808) -

Biagio Rebecca ARA (1731–1808) was an Italian artist, active mainly as a decorative painter in England. Rebecca was born at Osimo, near Ancona, in the Marches, and served his apprenticeship in Rome. In England he became known for neoclassical scenes from mythology, often working on decorative schemes in collaboration with Robert Adam, for example a......


François Verdier

François Verdier (1651 - 1730) - France (Paris)


Nicolas Colombel

Nicolas Colombel (1644 - 1717) -

Nicolas Colombel (c.1644–1717) was a French painter, much influenced by Poussin. Colombel was born at Sotteville, near Rouen, in about 1644. He went to Rome when quite young, and remained there until 1692, forming his style by a study of the works of Raphael and Nicolas Poussin. His pictures met with considerable success, but most later critics dis......


Gong Xian

Gong Xian (1610 - 1689) -

Gong Xian (simplified Chinese: 龚贤 traditional Chinese: 龔賢 pinyin: Gōng Xián Wade–Giles: Kung Hsien) (1618–1689 some sources give his birth year as early as 1617 or as late as 1620 born in Kunshan, Jiangsu) was a Chinese painter, the most important of the Eight Masters of Nanjing and the leading painter of the Nanjing school. Primarily a landscape p......


James Forbes

James Forbes (1749 - 1819) -

James Forbes (1749–1819) was a British artist and writer. Born in London to a Scots family, Forbes travelled to India in 1765 as a writer for the British East India Company and was resident there until 1784. He was a prolific writer and artist and filled 52,000 manuscript pages with notes and sketches concerning all aspects of Indian life, its wild......


Pietro Paltronieri

Pietro Paltronieri (1673 - 1741) -


Jean Louis Demarne

Jean Louis Demarne (1752 - 1829) -

Jean-Louis de Marne (1752-24 March 1829) was a French painter. Born at Brussels in 1752, pupil of Gabriel Briard, Jean-Louis de Marne died at Batignolles near Paris on March 24, 1829. He went to Paris at the age of 12 after the death of his father, who had been in Brussels as an officer in the service of the Emperor of Austria. Essayed first, histo......


Étienne Aubry

Étienne Aubry (1745 - 1781) -


Robert Griffier

Robert Griffier (1675 - 1727) -

Robert Griffier (c. 1675 in England – after 1727 in Amsterdam), was an 18th-century landscape painter from London who was active in Amsterdam. According to Houbraken, Griffier was born in England in 1688 as the son of Jan Griffier, and learned painting from his father. He did not accompany his family when they moved to the Netherlands and so wasn't......


Nicolas Henry Jeaurat De Bertry

Nicolas Henry Jeaurat De Bertry (1728 - 1796) -


Qian Yong

Qian Yong (1759 - 1844) -


Giovanni Battista Gaulli (Baciccio)

Giovanni Battista Gaulli (Baciccio) (1639 - 1709) -


Richard Paton

Richard Paton (1717 - 1791) -


Cornelis Jansz De Heem

Cornelis Jansz De Heem (1631 - 1695) -


Jean Voille

Jean Voille (1744 - 1829) -


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