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Angelica Kauffman Collection

Angelica Kauffman, a renowned Swiss-Austrian artist of the 18th century, left an indelible mark on the art world with her exquisite paintings and engravings

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Monsignor Giuseppe Spina (1756-1828), 1798. Creator: Angelica Kauffman

Monsignor Giuseppe Spina (1756-1828), 1798. Creator: Angelica Kauffman
Monsignor Giuseppe Spina (1756-1828), 1798

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Ellis Cornelia Knight, 1793 (oil on canvas)

Ellis Cornelia Knight, 1793 (oil on canvas)
940210 Ellis Cornelia Knight, 1793 (oil on canvas) by Kauffman, Angelica (1741-1807); 96x80 cm; Manchester Art Gallery, UK; (add.info.: This portrait was painted in Rome)

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Portrait of a young woman dressed as a Bacchante, 18th century (painting)

Portrait of a young woman dressed as a Bacchante, 18th century (painting)
7129461 Portrait of a young woman dressed as a Bacchante, 18th century (painting) by Kauffman, Angelica (1741-1807); Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica, Rome

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Head of Woman, Turning Left, n. d. Creator: tyle of Angelica Kauffmann Swiss, 1741-1807

Head of Woman, Turning Left, n. d. Creator: tyle of Angelica Kauffmann Swiss, 1741-1807
Head of Woman, Turning Left, n.d

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Allegorie al Amour (Homage to Love) (Furnishing Fabric), Nantes, c. 1815

Allegorie al Amour (Homage to Love) (Furnishing Fabric), Nantes, c. 1815
Allegorie a l Amour (Homage to Love) (Furnishing Fabric), Nantes, c. 1815. Possibly after Angelica Kauffman, manufactured by Favre-Petitpierre & Cie

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Mrs. Hugh Morgan and Her Daughter, c. 1771. Creator: Angelica Kauffman

Mrs. Hugh Morgan and Her Daughter, c. 1771. Creator: Angelica Kauffman
Mrs. Hugh Morgan and Her Daughter, c. 1771

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Angelica Kauffman, born Maria Anna Angelika / Angelica Katharina Kauffman (engraving)

Angelica Kauffman, born Maria Anna Angelika / Angelica Katharina Kauffman (engraving)
813007 Angelica Kauffman, born Maria Anna Angelika/Angelica Katharina Kauffman (engraving) by English School, (18th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Angelica Kauffman)

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Sanballat and Tobiah, Angelica Kauffman (engraving)

Sanballat and Tobiah, Angelica Kauffman (engraving)
2781819 Sanballat and Tobiah, Angelica Kauffman (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Sanballat and Tobiah, Angelica Kauffman)

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Angelica Kauffman, in the character of Design listening to the Inspiration of Poetry (litho)

Angelica Kauffman, in the character of Design listening to the Inspiration of Poetry (litho)
5227821 Angelica Kauffman, in the character of Design listening to the Inspiration of Poetry (litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Angelica Kauffman)

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Miss Angel, Angelica Kauffman, Introduced by Lady Wentworth, visits Mr

Miss Angel, Angelica Kauffman, Introduced by Lady Wentworth, visits Mr
878286 Miss Angel, Angelica Kauffman, Introduced by Lady Wentworth, visits Mr. Reynolds Studio, 1892 (oil on canvas) by Dicksee

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Angelica Kauffman, Swiss-Austrian artist (litho)

Angelica Kauffman, Swiss-Austrian artist (litho)
972558 Angelica Kauffman, Swiss-Austrian artist (litho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807), Swiss-Austrian artist

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Dr. John Morgan, 1764. Creator: Angelica Kauffman

Dr. John Morgan, 1764. Creator: Angelica Kauffman
Dr. John Morgan, 1764

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Possibly Franciska Krasinska, Duchess of Courland, c. 1790. Creator: Angelica Kauffman

Possibly Franciska Krasinska, Duchess of Courland, c. 1790. Creator: Angelica Kauffman
Possibly Franciska Krasinska, Duchess of Courland, c. 1790

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Coriolanus: 'The God of Soldiers, to shame invulnerable... '(Shakespeare, Cori

Coriolanus: "The God of Soldiers, to shame invulnerable... "(Shakespeare, Cori
Coriolanus: " The God of Soldiers, to shame invulnerable..." (Shakespeare, Coriolanus, Act 5), November 3, 1785

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Lady Hamilton as the Comic Muse, Thalia, 1791. Creator: Raphael Morghen

Lady Hamilton as the Comic Muse, Thalia, 1791. Creator: Raphael Morghen
Lady Hamilton as the Comic Muse, Thalia, 1791

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Madonna and Child, December 3, 1774. Creator: Valentine Green

Madonna and Child, December 3, 1774. Creator: Valentine Green
Madonna and Child, December 3, 1774

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: The Sorrow of Telemachus, 1783. Creator: Angelica Kauffman

The Sorrow of Telemachus, 1783. Creator: Angelica Kauffman
The Sorrow of Telemachus, 1783

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Telemachus and the Nymphs of Calypso, 1782. Creator: Angelica Kauffman

Telemachus and the Nymphs of Calypso, 1782. Creator: Angelica Kauffman
Telemachus and the Nymphs of Calypso, 1782

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Edward Smith Stanley (1752-1834), Twelfth Earl of Derby, with His First Wife and Their Son, c1776

Edward Smith Stanley (1752-1834), Twelfth Earl of Derby, with His First Wife and Their Son, c1776
Edward Smith Stanley (1752-1834), Twelfth Earl of Derby, with His First Wife (Lady Elizabeth Hamilton, 1753-1797) and Their Son (Edward Smith Stanley, 1775-1851), ca. 1776

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Kauffman, (1741-1807), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Kauffman, (1741-1807), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Kauffman, (1741-1807), 1830. Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807) Swiss Neoclassical painter with a successful career in London and Rome

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: The Three Graces and Cupid, c1775-c1792. Artist: Gavrila Ivanovitch Scorodomoff

The Three Graces and Cupid, c1775-c1792. Artist: Gavrila Ivanovitch Scorodomoff
The Three Graces and Cupid, c1775-c1792

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Juno borrowing the Cestus from Venus, c1782. Artist: W Wynne Ryland

Juno borrowing the Cestus from Venus, c1782. Artist: W Wynne Ryland
Juno borrowing the Cestus from Venus, c1782. In between the two goddesses stands Cupid

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Winter, c1782 Artist: Francesco Bartolozzi

Winter, c1782 Artist: Francesco Bartolozzi
Winter, c1782; showing four women and two children gathered round a fire to ward off the cold of winter

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Ceres, c1782. Artist: Francesco Bartolozzi

Ceres, c1782. Artist: Francesco Bartolozzi
Ceres, c1782; showing the ancient Italian corn goddess with women gathering corn

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Pomona, c1782. Artist: Francesco Bartolozzi

Pomona, c1782. Artist: Francesco Bartolozzi
Pomona, c1782; showing three women, one sits playing an instrument while the other two pick and collect fruit

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Grafin Potocka 1776-1867. - Gemalde von Kucharski, 1934

Grafin Potocka 1776-1867. - Gemalde von Kucharski, 1934
Grafin Potocka 1776-1867, 1934. Delfina Potocka, nee Komar (1807-1877), Polish countess, was a friend and muse to Polish expatriate artists Frederic Chopin and Zygmunt Krasinski

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Angelica Kaufman in Joshua Reynoldss Studio, c18560-1923, (1923). Artist: Helen Paterson Allingham

Angelica Kaufman in Joshua Reynoldss Studio, c18560-1923, (1923). Artist: Helen Paterson Allingham
Angelica Kaufman in Joshua Reynoldss Studio, c18560-1923, (1923). She Had Wandered Off Into This Day-Dream, and Almost Forgotten Mr

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Morning Amusement, c1784. Artist: Angelica Kauffman

Morning Amusement, c1784. Artist: Angelica Kauffman
Morning Amusement, c1784. From The Connoisseur Vol LIX, [Otto Limited, London, 1921]

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Self-Portrait of Angelica Kauffmann, c1780. Artist: Angelica Kauffman

Self-Portrait of Angelica Kauffmann, c1780. Artist: Angelica Kauffman
Self-Portrait of Angelica Kauffmann, c1780. Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807) was anAustrianNeoclassicalpainter who was one of two femalefounding membersof theRoyal Academyin London in 1768

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Lady Rushout and her Daughter, 1784, (1902). Artist: Thomas Burke

Lady Rushout and her Daughter, 1784, (1902). Artist: Thomas Burke
Lady Rushout and her Daughter, 1784. After Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807). From The Connoisseur Vol. III [Otto Limited, London, 1902.]

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: The Countess Potocka, c19th century, (1903)

The Countess Potocka, c19th century, (1903)
The Countess Potocka. From a photograph by F. Hanfstangl after a Pastel attribted to Angelica Kauffman. From The Connoisseur Vol. VI [Otto Limited, London, 1903.]

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: The Right Honourable the Marchioness of Townshend, 1792, (1903). Artist: Thomas Cheesman

The Right Honourable the Marchioness of Townshend, 1792, (1903). Artist: Thomas Cheesman
The Right Honourable the Marchioness of Townshend, 1792. After a work by Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807). From The Connoisseur Vol. VII [Otto Limited, London, 1903.]

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: The Triumph of Venus, (1917). Artist: William Wynne Ryland

The Triumph of Venus, (1917). Artist: William Wynne Ryland
The Triumph of Venus, 1917. After Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807). From The Connoisseur Vol XLVIII [Otto Limited, London, 1917.]

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Honourable Anne Damer, 17th century, (1904). Artist: Thomas Ryder

Honourable Anne Damer, 17th century, (1904). Artist: Thomas Ryder
Honourable Anne Damer, 17th century. Anne Seymour Damer, nee Conway, (1749-1828), English sculptor. After Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807). From The Connoisseur Volume VIII [Otto Limited, London, 1904.]

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Angelica Kauffmann in the Character of Design listening to the Inspiration of Poetry, 1782, (1921)

Angelica Kauffmann in the Character of Design listening to the Inspiration of Poetry, 1782, (1921)
Angelica Kauffmann in the Character of Design listening to the Inspiration of Poetry, 1782. By Thomas Burke (1749-1815) after a work by Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807)

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Portrait of Angelica Kauffman, c1777 (1904). Artist: Francesco Bartolozzi

Portrait of Angelica Kauffman, c1777 (1904). Artist: Francesco Bartolozzi
Portrait of Angelica Kauffman, c1777 (1904). Maria Anna Angelika Kauffmann (1741-1807), a Swiss-born Neoclassical painter who was one of the two female founding members of the Royal Academy in London

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: A Turkish Woman, 1773. Artist: Angelica Kauffman

A Turkish Woman, 1773. Artist: Angelica Kauffman
A Turkish Woman, 1773. Found in the collection of the State A Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow

Background imageAngelica Kauffman Collection: Maria

Maria
Artist: Kauffman, Angelica (after) - Title: Maria - Date: N/A - Original Medium and Size: Oil on Canvas 30.8 x 25.4


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Angelica Kauffman, a renowned Swiss-Austrian artist of the 18th century, left an indelible mark on the art world with her exquisite paintings and engravings. Her talent and passion for art were evident in every brushstroke she made. One of her notable works is "Monsignor Giuseppe Spina, " painted in 1798. In this portrait, Kauffman captures Monsignor Spina's dignified presence with great attention to detail. The use of light and shadow adds depth to the painting, showcasing Kauffman's mastery. Another captivating piece by Kauffman is "Ellis Cornelia Knight. " Painted in 1793, this oil on canvas portrait depicts Knight with elegance and grace. The soft colors and delicate brushwork highlight Kauffman's ability to capture not only physical likeness but also the inner essence of her subjects. In "Portrait of a young woman dressed as a Bacchante, " we see Kauffmann's versatility as an artist. This 18th-century painting showcases her skillful portrayal of mythological themes. The vibrant colors and intricate details transport viewers into a world filled with beauty and fantasy. Kauffmann's self-portrait from c. 1770-75 reveals her own artistic persona through careful composition and expression. It reflects both her confidence as an artist and her dedication to capturing emotion on canvas. The influence of Angelica Kauffmann extends beyond traditional portraiture; she was also skilled at creating engravings like "Sanballat and Tobiah. " These prints showcase her ability to tell stories through visual narratives while maintaining precision in line work. Kauffmann's creativity extended even further into fabric design, as seen in "Allegorie al Amour (Homage to Love). " This furnishing fabric demonstrates how she seamlessly translated her artistic vision onto different mediums. "Mrs. Hugh Morgan and Her Daughter" exemplifies Kauffmann's ability to capture the tender bond between a mother and child.