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Painter, Etcher, Miniature painter, Porträtmaler, Historical-scenes painter, b. 1741 - d. 1807

Artist Angelica Kauffman was considered an accomplished portraitist at an early age, with church bishops and nobles as the majority of her subjects. Her father, a well-regarded muralist, trained her, and she traveled as his assistant. A notable period in her training was the three years she spent in Italy where she visited galleries and copied the works of the Italian masters.

During her 17 years in London, artist Angelica Kauffmann was influenced by Sir Joshua Reynolds and his unique portraitist style. With her favorable reception by the royal family, she became one of the two women founders of, and an exhibitor at, the Royal Gallery.

Because she preferred working as a history painter, Angelica Kauffman moved back to Rome during the early 1780s. Angelica Kauffman portraits have been highly sought after for centuries. Admirers of historical paintings and portraiture will find a wide selection of vintage and contemporary portraits for auction or for sale through Invaluable.

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              • ENGLISH ITALIAN COLOR ENGRAVINGS BY ANGELICA KAUFFMAN
                Feb. 10, 2024

                ENGLISH ITALIAN COLOR ENGRAVINGS BY ANGELICA KAUFFMAN

                Est: $100 - $150

                Angelica Maria Anna Kauffmann, English, Italian, Swiss, 1741 to 1807, a pair of color engravings on paper depicting Neoclassical scenes with cherubs in the gardens. Each is signed in the plate, lower left. Engraved by Pietro Bettelini, Italian, Swiss, 1763 to 1829. Inscribed in the plate, lower right. Framed. Angelica Kauffmann is known for History and portrait painting. Born in Switzerland, Angelica Kauffmann became one of the most successful artists of late 18th Century England and Italy, especially noted for history painting and portraiture. In fact, she was the only artist who declined the invitation of Catherine the Great to come to Saint Petersburg to develop the Hermitage collection, the reason being that Kauffmann was too busy with commissions. Historically her accomplishments are quite amazing because she lived at a time when women were not allowed access to professional male models. A testimony to the high regard in which she was held by her contemporaries is that Charles Willson Peale, one of America's most famous artists, named one of his daughters Angelica Kauffman Peale. Antique European Graphic Art Prints and Collectibles.

                Antique Arena Inc
              • ANGELICA KAUFFMAN (1741-1807), ATTRIBUE - Portrait de Jeune Femme
                Dec. 15, 2023

                ANGELICA KAUFFMAN (1741-1807), ATTRIBUE - Portrait de Jeune Femme

                Est: €300 - €600

                ANGELICA KAUFFMAN (1741-1807), ATTRIBUE - Portrait de Jeune Femme Portrait de Jeune Femme Pastel sur carton Dimensions : 33,8 x 27,5 cm Peintre suisse de composition mythologique, de sujets allégoriques et de scènes de genre née à Coire, elle est surtout l’une des portraitistes les plus réputées de son époque. Passionnée très tôt par la peinture, dès l'âge de 14 ans elle quitte avec sa famille sa Suisse natale pour s’établir à Milan. Son talent se fait remarquer immédiatement autant que sa beauté et sa grâce. Après le décès de sa mère en 1857, Angelica Kauffmann voyage à Florence, à Rome ou encore à Milan, mais poussée par le succès grandissant, elle s’établit à Londres où elle est nommée membre fondateur de la Royal Academy. Après des déboires amoureux, elle rentre en Italie et épouse en 1784 le peintre vénitien Antonio Zucchi avec qui elle se fixe à Rome, ville qu’elle ne quittera plus jusqu’à son décès.

                Accademia Fine Art
              • European Neoclassical Prints (after Kauffman & Reni)
                Nov. 27, 2023

                European Neoclassical Prints (after Kauffman & Reni)

                Est: $1,400 - $2,000

                **Originally Listed At $800** A beautiful pair of European Neoclassical prints! First is a James Watson (British born in Ireland, ca. 1730 - 1790) mezzotint of "The Parting of Hector and Andromache" by Angelica Kauffman (British raised in Switzerland and Italy, 1741-1807). The inscription includes the artists' and publisher's names, the title in English and Italian, and following publication line: "London Printed for Robt. Sayer, Map & Printseller, No. 53 in Fleet Street. / Published as the Act directs 1st. Jany. 1772." In this image Andromache embraces Hector who dons battle attire with a plumed helmet an a long spear and turns toward her. To the left, a nurse holds a baby. To the right are tents in the distant landscape. The ensemble of figures are presented before architecture with classical elements. Size (image with lower border): 17.75" L x 19.8" W (45.1 cm x 50.3 cm) Next is a Charles Clement Vervic (French, Paris 1756-1822 Paris) engraving of "Dejanira Being Abducted by the Centaur Nessos, a Man with Bow and Arrow at Right" after Guido Reni (Italian, Bologna 1575-1642 Bologna), printed by Ramboz (French, active Paris, 1793-1830) and published by Charles Clement Bervic (French, Paris 1756-1822 Paris) in 1802. A lovely pair of antique prints from the Neoclassical period. Size (image): 17.75" L x 13.875" W (45.1 cm x 35.2 cm) Size (sheet): 23.875" L x 17.2" W (60.6 cm x 43.7 cm) Provenance: private Rancho Mirage, California, USA collection, by inheritance in 2020; ex-Dr. TDR Berreth, California, USA, acquired before 1982 All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #179145

                Artemis Gallery
              • 2 Neoclassical Prints after Kauffman & Reni 1772 & 1802
                Oct. 26, 2023

                2 Neoclassical Prints after Kauffman & Reni 1772 & 1802

                Est: $1,400 - $2,000

                A beautiful pair of European Neoclassical prints! First is a James Watson (British born in Ireland, ca. 1730 - 1790) mezzotint of "The Parting of Hector and Andromache" by Angelica Kauffman (British raised in Switzerland and Italy, 1741-1807). The inscription includes the artists' and publisher's names, the title in English and Italian, and following publication line: "London Printed for Robt. Sayer, Map & Printseller, No. 53 in Fleet Street. / Published as the Act directs 1st. Jany. 1772." In this image Andromache embraces Hector who dons battle attire with a plumed helmet an a long spear and turns toward her. To the left, a nurse holds a baby. To the right are tents in the distant landscape. The ensemble of figures are presented before architecture with classical elements. Size (image with lower border): 17.75" L x 19.8" W (45.1 cm x 50.3 cm) Next is a Charles Clement Vervic (French, Paris 1756-1822 Paris) engraving of "Dejanira Being Abducted by the Centaur Nessos, a Man with Bow and Arrow at Right" after Guido Reni (Italian, Bologna 1575-1642 Bologna), printed by Ramboz (French, active Paris, 1793-1830) and published by Charles Clement Bervic (French, Paris 1756-1822 Paris) in 1802. A lovely pair of antique prints from the Neoclassical period. Size (image): 17.75" L x 13.875" W (45.1 cm x 35.2 cm) Size (sheet): 23.875" L x 17.2" W (60.6 cm x 43.7 cm) Provenance: private Rancho Mirage, California, USA collection, by inheritance in 2020; ex-Dr. TDR Berreth, California, USA, acquired before 1982 All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #179145

                Artemis Gallery
              • Angelica Kauffmann (Coira 1741-Roma 1807) - Female portrait, 1804
                Oct. 19, 2023

                Angelica Kauffmann (Coira 1741-Roma 1807) - Female portrait, 1804

                Est: €30,000 - €50,000

                oil on canvas 62.5 x 52 cm signed, located and dated lower right: Angelica / Kauffman / pinx / Roma 1804 Expertise Dr. Bettina Baumgärtel (Head of Angelica-Kauffmann-Research Projekt-AKRP), Dusseldorf, June 14 2023 (a copy is available) The work is archived by the Angelica Kauffmann Research Project (AKRP)

                Finarte
              • KAUFFMANN Angelica (1740 - 1807) Huile sur cuivre "Portrait de femme". Attr
                Oct. 10, 2023

                KAUFFMANN Angelica (1740 - 1807) Huile sur cuivre "Portrait de femme". Attr

                Est: €1,000 - €1,200

                KAUFFMANN Angelica (1740 - 1807) Huile sur cuivre "Portrait de femme". Attribué à Angelica Kauffman. Ecole suisse. (Écaillements). Dim.:31,5x23,5cm.

                Vanderkindere
              • ANGELICA MARIA KAUFFMANN (Switzerland/England/Italy, 1741-1807)
                Oct. 01, 2023

                ANGELICA MARIA KAUFFMANN (Switzerland/England/Italy, 1741-1807)

                Est: $3,000 - $5,000

                three Muses sgn. l.m. ...Kauffmann o/metal; 12 in. diam.; 19th c. frame 15”sq., framers label on reverse....Wholesale Frame Maker and Print seller, Cheapest House for Shippers, Basinghall St., London From the home of a Cambridge, Massachusetts woman.

                CRN Auctions
              • Attributed to Angelica Kauffman RA (1741 - 1807), A portrait of James Hugh Smith Barry
                Jun. 29, 2023

                Attributed to Angelica Kauffman RA (1741 - 1807), A portrait of James Hugh Smith Barry

                Est: £30,000 - £50,000

                Property of a gentlemanAttributed to Angelica Kauffman RA (1741 - 1807)A portrait of James Hugh Smith BarryOil on canvasКProvenance: James Hugh Smith Barry; and thence by descent. Dimensions:(Canvas) 40.5 in. (H) x 31.5 in. (W)(Frame) 51.25 in. (H) x 41.5 in. (W)James Hugh Smith Barry, eldest son of Hon. John Smith-Barry (1725-84) and his wife Dorothy, elder daughter and co-heiress of Hugh Smith of Weald Hall (Essex), born 25 December 1748 and baptised at Great Budworth, 18 January 1748/9. Educated at Eton (1762-67) and Brasenose College, Oxford (matriculated 1767; created MA 1770) and then travelled in Europe and the Middle East, 1771-76. In Italy, he visited Rome, Naples and Sicily before travelling on with a group of friends including Lord Winchilsea and Thomas Dashwood, on a two-year tour to Malta, Constantinople and Egypt. On returning to Italy he saw Capua and Florence. During his travels he bought works of art, classical sculpture and medals 'on a lavish scale but with little discernment', although his collection included a number of important works, including the Jenkins vase (now in the National Museum of Wales). His travels were curtailed when his father stopped payment of his bills and he returned to England via Dresden and Paris in considerable debt. He travelled again in 1779, visiting Florence, Rome (where Angelica Kauffman painted his portrait) and Naples. In 1781 he bought a statue of Zeus from the Villa d'Este for Ј600, which was probably his most important purchase (now in the Getty Museum in California). After inheriting his father's estates and considerable wealth in 1784 he became increasingly reclusive and lived chiefly at Fota, although his collections were divided mainly between Belmont and Marbury. J.L. de Bougrenet de la Tocnaye, who visited him at Fota in 1796-97 recorded that 'his riches have so surfeited him and disgusted him with the world that he has almost totally retired from society, and lives rather a melancholy life in his island'. He was High Sheriff of Cheshire, 1795-96, but otherwise took no part in public affairs. He was unmarried, but had acknowledged issue, by his mistress Ann Tanner (b. c. 1756), for whom he rented Swerford Park (Oxon), where the children were brought up.

                Sloane Street Auctions
              • DRAWING. KAUFFMAN. DAMA CON LIBRO APERTO.
                Jun. 21, 2023

                DRAWING. KAUFFMAN. DAMA CON LIBRO APERTO.

                Est: €1,800 - €2,800

                Angelica KAUFFMAN. Dama con libro aperto. Coira, 30 ottobre 1741 – Roma, 5 novembre 1807 Disegno su carta a matita grassa nera e sanguigna.140x125mm. Margini. Buono stato di conservazione. Splendido disegno di Angelica Kauffman, preparatorio per una incisione. Fu il padre, Johann Joseph Kauffmann, anch’egli pittore, ad avviarla verso la carriera artistica. Nel 1754 la portò a Milano, dove studiò la pittura indirizzandosi principalmente nella realizzazione di ritratti. Visitò Roma, Parma, Bologna, Modena e Venezia, dove venne celebrata per il suo innegabile talento. Si recò a Londra, dove completò diversi dipinti antichi e, soprattutto, risultò l’unica donna tra i fondatori della Royal Academy of Arts, celebre istituzione artistica inglese che, sin dalla sua creazione, si occupa di ospitare mostre ed esposizioni d’arte di celebri opere provenienti da ogni parte del mondo. Sposò l’artista veneziano Antonio Zucchi, trasferendosi in seguito a Roma, dove conobbe, tra gli altri, il filosofo e scrittore tedesco Johann Volfgang von Goethe, e dove morì, il 5 novembre 1807. Nota per la scelta di soggetti a carattere prettamente storico, ha realizzato molti dipinti famosi come Penelope al telaio, Il colore, Il disegno, La composizione, Il genio, Virgilio che legge l’Eneide ad Augusto e Ottavia, Amore e Psiche, Cornelia madre dei gracchi, oltre che svariati ritratti di personaggi celebri come la regina Carlotta d’Inghilterra, e diversi autoritratti e incisioni.

                Bado e Mart
              • ANGELICA KAUFFMAN, R.A. (CHUR, GRAUBÜNDEN 1741-1807 ROME) AND STUDIO Penelope awakened by Euryclea with the news of Ulysses' Return oil on canvas, unlined 31 x 41 1/8 in. (78.7 x 104.5 cm.) 75
                May. 24, 2023

                ANGELICA KAUFFMAN, R.A. (CHUR, GRAUBÜNDEN 1741-1807 ROME) AND STUDIO Penelope awakened by Euryclea with the news of Ulysses' Return oil on canvas, unlined 31 x 41 1/8 in. (78.7 x 104.5 cm.) 75

                Est: $150,000 - $250,000

                ANGELICA KAUFFMAN, R.A. (CHUR, GRAUBÜNDEN 1741-1807 ROME) AND STUDIO Penelope awakened by Euryclea with the news of Ulysses' Return oil on canvas, unlined 31 x 41 1/8 in. (78.7 x 104.5 cm.)

                Christie's
              • Angelica Kauffman (Swiss, Chur 1741 – Rome 1807), Attributed, Venus and Cupid
                Apr. 29, 2023

                Angelica Kauffman (Swiss, Chur 1741 – Rome 1807), Attributed, Venus and Cupid

                Est: €800 - €1,000

                In a landscape setting, Cupid embraces half-naked Venus, who is sitting and holding him in her arms.

                Fine Antiques Prague s.r.o.
              • Angelica Kauffman RA (Swiss, 1740-1807)
                Apr. 04, 2023

                Angelica Kauffman RA (Swiss, 1740-1807)

                Est: £80,000 - £100,000

                Angelica Kauffman RA (Swiss, 1740-1807) Angelica Kauffman RA (Swiss, 1740-1807) And Nathan said unto David, 'Thou art Man'; The prophet Ahlijah foretells to the wife of King Jeroboam the death of her son Abijah a pair, both signed 'Angelika Kauffman/Pinx' l.l., bearing the artist’s original descriptive label verso, oil on canvas 42.5 x 47.5cm (2) Provenance: Commissioned by George Bowles of Wanstead, London, to Kauffman at this time in Rome, August 1791; Bequeathed to his sister Rebecca Rushout, later 1st Baroness Northwick; Rushout sale, Phillips & Neale, London, 9 December 1879, bought by Joseph Pyke; Joseph Pyke, Devonshire Place House, Marylebone Road; Anon. sale, Sotheby’s, London, 9 July 1980, lot 84; Anon. sale, Sotheby's, London, 14 July 1999, lot 39. Literature: Frances A Gerard, 'Angelica Kauffman: A Biography', London 1893, p.365, No. 2 (collection G Bowles); Lady Victoria Manners and G C Williamson, 'Angelica Kauffman RA', 1924, p.161; Bettina Baumgärtel, 'Angelica Kauffman', catalogue for the exhibition in Dusseldorf, 1998-1999, no.269. Painted in Rome, these two works depict biblical scenes from the Old Testament relating to two kings of Israel. In the first work King Jeroboam’s wife is shown in distress after being told by the prophet Ahlijah of her son’s impending death. The second depicts the moment that the prophet Nathan points an accusing finger at King David, who was guilty of plotting the murder of his wife’s former husband, Uriah, so that he could marry her. Both scenes are enacted with high drama and demonstrate Kaufmann’s compositional prowess. Initially these works were part of a set of four, which were commissioned in 1791 by one of Kauffman’s greatest patrons, George Bowles. Bowles owned as many as fifty works by Kauffman and supported her throughout her career. Our thanks to Dr. Bettina Baumgärtel, head of the Angelika Kauffman Research Project, for her help in the preparation of this catalogue entry. Condition Report: overall: 59 x 64cm and nathan said unto David: The surface is covered with a fine craquelure. There is a small repaired scratch to the upper right edge. The canvas has been re-lined. Under UV light - the surface is covered with a thick layer of probably dammar varnish which obscures much of the surface. There are several very small flecks of retouching in places, however, nothing extensive or that appears to be the result of significant damage. it is possible there are older retouchings, however, nothing is visible. In generally good order, ready to hang. The prophet Ahlijah foretells to the wife of King Jeroboam the death of her son Abijah: The canvas has been lined. There is a fine craquelure covering the surface. To the lower edge, centre right, there is a small square scratch, below the seated figure. See illustration. Under UV light - as above, there is a thick layer of varnish which obscures much of the surface. However, there are some minor spots of retouching in places, with some evidence of infilling to the craquelure to the lower left quarter of the work. Both come with the original plaque.

                Sworders
              • Angelica Kauffman RA (Swiss, 1740-1807)
                Apr. 04, 2023

                Angelica Kauffman RA (Swiss, 1740-1807)

                Est: £50,000 - £70,000

                Angelica Kauffman RA (Swiss, 1740-1807) Angelica Kauffman RA (Swiss, 1740-1807) Portrait of Louise Henrietta Campbell (1772-1829), seated full-length, in a white dress holding a pencil and drawing oil on canvas 75.5 x 63cm Provenance: probably until 1948 Rockcliffe Hall, Darlington, collection of Lord Southampton (see Manners/Williamson); Anon. sale, Sotheby's, London 15 November 1989, lot 40; Anon. sale, Sotheby's, London, 1 January 1995, lot 22; Anon. sale, Sotheby's, London, 28 November 2002, lot 167. Literature: Lady Victoria Manners and Dr G C Williamson, 'Angelica Kauffman, R.A.', 1824, p. 210. Lady Louise Henrietta Campbell was married to James Scarlett (1769-1844). They were introduced through her brother, Peter Campbell, who studied with Scarlett at Trinity College, Cambridge. Scarlett was a fierce barrister, a leader of the Inner Temple and served as a Member of Parliament. In 1834, after time in office as Attorney General, he became Chief Baron of the Exchequer and was made a peer the following year; he was the first Baron Abinger. The couple had five children and appear to have lived happily together. Scarlett’s memoir eulogised Lady Louise Henrietta, and an excerpt reads, ‘I lived with her in uninterrupted comfort and happiness from the time of our marriage to the month of March 1829 and have lived ever since to lament her loss’ (Scarlett, 1877). While traditionally identified as a portrait of Louise Henrietta Campbell, Dr Bettina Baumgärtel notes that Campbell didn't marry James Scarlett until 1792. The portrait type is typical of Kauffman‘s 1770s paintings executed in London. The prototype for the interior with a female seated figure enjoying a fine pastime, dressed in a white gown whose delicate fabric is embroidered with small fleur-de-lys of gold thread, is Kauffman's 'Morning Amusement' in the Hermitage, Saint Petersburg, from the early 1770s. One would date the portrait accordingly, were it not for the sitter's life dates. Since she was only born in 1772 and the portrait probably shows a woman of at least twenty, the portrait would have to have been painted in Italy in the early 1790s. Since this type of portrait only occurs in England and not in the artist's late work, it is Baumgärtel's opinion that the question of the sitter's definite identification must remain open. Our thanks to Dr. Bettina Baumgärtel, head of the Angelika Kauffman Research Project, for her help in the preparation of this catalogue entry. Condition Report: overall: 94.5 x 82cm The canvas has been lined, with what appears to be a later strip lining. The surface is covered with a fine craquelure which has contracted in places. Under UV light, extensive infilling is apparent to the craquelure. This is mainly to the background, with more minimal intervention to the figure and hair. There is a more general area of retouching to the lower right of the skirts. Overall, the restoration has been well executed and colour matched, and the painting is presented ready to hang, in an gilt frame.

                Sworders
              • Angelica Kauffman 1741-1807 Pastural Oil Painting
                Mar. 29, 2023

                Angelica Kauffman 1741-1807 Pastural Oil Painting

                Est: $15,000 - $30,000

                Angelica Kauffman (Swiss, 1741-1807). An original oil painting on canvas. An Old Master style figural landscape with shepherd and sleeping recumbent figures. Painted in a dark and muted palette with trees and hills to background. No apparent signature. Bears engraved attribution plaque with artist name. Presented in gold gilt wooden frame. Work Size: 52 x 41 in. Dimensions: 57.5 X 46.5 X 3 in. Condition: Good overall condition having normal surface wear. One small repair in upper right. Frame having storage wear to edges and corners. Estate fresh to the market. Shipping: Hill Auction Gallery does not offer in-house shipping for this item. Gallery will refer third party shippers for all domestic and international buyers. Purchaser pick up available upon request. Got something to sell? Contact us at HillAuctionGallery.com

                Hill Auction Gallery
              • Huile sur cuivre "Portrait de femme". Attribué à Angelica Kauffman. Ecole suisse. (Écaillements). Di
                Mar. 14, 2023

                Huile sur cuivre "Portrait de femme". Attribué à Angelica Kauffman. Ecole suisse. (Écaillements). Di

                Est: €2,000 - €2,500

                Huile sur cuivre "Portrait de femme". Attribué à Angelica Kauffman. Ecole suisse. (Écaillements). Dim.:31,5x23,5cm. KAUFFMANN Angelica (1740 - 1807). Attribué à. Tableaux

                Vanderkindere
              • Angelica Kauffman (Swiss, Chur 1741 – Rome 1807),Attributed, Venus and Cupid
                Jan. 28, 2023

                Angelica Kauffman (Swiss, Chur 1741 – Rome 1807),Attributed, Venus and Cupid

                Est: €800 - €1,000

                In a landscape setting, Cupid embraces half-naked Venus, who is sitting and holding him in her arms.

                Fine Antiques Prague s.r.o.
              • Angelica Kauffman 1741-1807 Pastoral Oil Painting
                Jan. 25, 2023

                Angelica Kauffman 1741-1807 Pastoral Oil Painting

                Est: $20,000 - $40,000

                Angelica Kauffman (Swiss, 1741-1807). An original oil painting on canvas. An Old Master style figural landscape with shepherd and sleeping recumbent figures. Painted in a dark and muted palette with trees and hills to background. No apparent signature. Bears engraved attribution plaque with artist name. Presented in gold gilt wooden frame. Work Size: 52 x 41 in. Dimensions: 57.5 X 46.5 X 3 in. Condition: Good overall condition having normal surface wear. One small repair in upper right. Frame having storage wear to edges and corners. Estate fresh to the market. Shipping: Hill Auction Gallery does not offer in-house shipping for this item. Gallery will refer third party shippers for all domestic and international buyers. Purchaser pick up available upon request. Got something to sell? Contact us at HillAuctionGallery.com

                Hill Auction Gallery
              • Angelica Kauffman (Swiss, Chur 1741 – Rome 1807), Attributed Venus and Cupid
                Nov. 26, 2022

                Angelica Kauffman (Swiss, Chur 1741 – Rome 1807), Attributed Venus and Cupid

                Est: €1,500 - €3,000

                In a landscape setting, Cupid embraces half-naked Venus, who is sitting and holding him in her arms.

                Fine Antiques Prague s.r.o.
              • AMBITO DI ANGELICA KAUFFMAN (Chur, 1741 - Rome, 1807)
                Nov. 17, 2022

                AMBITO DI ANGELICA KAUFFMAN (Chur, 1741 - Rome, 1807)

                Est: €600 - €800

                Cupid and two fauns in a landscape Oil on panel, cm. 21x27,5. Framed. PROVENANCE: Private collection, Rome.

                Bertolami Fine Arts s.r.l.
              • ANGELICA KAUFFMAN (Chur, 1741 - Rome, 1807), ATTRIBUTED TO
                Nov. 17, 2022

                ANGELICA KAUFFMAN (Chur, 1741 - Rome, 1807), ATTRIBUTED TO

                Est: €1,500 - €2,000

                Portrait of a child with drawing Oil on canvas, cm. 31x23,5. Framed. PROVENANCE: Private collection, Rome.

                Bertolami Fine Arts s.r.l.
              • Kauffman, Angelica (1741-1807), Portrait of General the Marquess Townshend, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Oil on Canvas
                Sep. 28, 2022

                Kauffman, Angelica (1741-1807), Portrait of General the Marquess Townshend, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Oil on Canvas

                Est: £100,000 - £150,000

                Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807). A Three-Quarter Length Portrait of General the Marquess Townshend, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in Uniform - Leaning against a rocky outcrop. Oil on Canvas. Provenance:  The Collection of the Marquesses Townshend, Raynham Hall, Fakenham, Norfolk; Heirlooms Sale (n.d. label verso). Richmond Art Museum, Indiana, USA Historical Portraits Ltd., London. Where purchased by the current owner.  Property of a Distinguished Gentleman of Title. Dimensions:  (Framed): 57 (H) x 48 in. (W)  (Canvas): 50 (H) x 40 in. (W)

                Sloane Street Auctions
              • * Kauffmann (Angelica, 1741-1807). Woman Resting Her Head on a Book, 1770, etching
                Jul. 21, 2022

                * Kauffmann (Angelica, 1741-1807). Woman Resting Her Head on a Book, 1770, etching

                Est: £500 - £800

                * Kauffmann (Angelica, 1741-1807). Woman Resting Her Head on a Book, 1770, etching Kauffman (Angelica, 1741-1807). Woman Resting Her Head on a Book, 1770, etching and aquatint printed in black on pale cream laid paper, the first state, before the addition of aquatint, with added brown wash, possibly in the hand of Angelica Kauffman (old 19th century pencil note to lower margin verso 'Retouchs by Angelica'), corners cropped with small loss of image, slight residue of glue to outer corner verso, trimmed to platemark, sheet size 192 x 157 mm (7.5 x 6.25 ins) QTY: (1) NOTE: Provenance: Private Collection, Nottinghamshire, England. Andresen, Deutsche Peintre-Graveur, 31. Between 1762 and 1779 Kauffman created a total of 41 etchings. The present work is sometimes thought to be a depiction of the artist herself.

                Dominic Winter Auctions
              • Angelika Kaufmann, Chur 1741 - 1804 Rome, attributed, Portrait
                Jul. 06, 2022

                Angelika Kaufmann, Chur 1741 - 1804 Rome, attributed, Portrait

                Est: €10,000 - €12,000

                Angelika Kaufmann Chur 1741 - 1804 Rome, attributed “Portrait” Oil on cardboard 16 x 13 cm, with frame 30 x 26,5 cm

                Tiberius Auctions
              • Angelica Kauffman, R.A. (1741-1807), Portrait of Mary Pocklington of Winthorpe Hall
                Jun. 11, 2022

                Angelica Kauffman, R.A. (1741-1807), Portrait of Mary Pocklington of Winthorpe Hall

                Est: $60,000 - $90,000

                Angelica Kauffman, R.A. (1741-1807), Portrait of Mary Pocklington of Winthorpe Hall oil on canvas (lined), unsigned, retaining a label reading "Roger Pocklington" beneath a crest, inscribed to frame "Portrait of Mrs. Pocklington of Winthorpe (Mary)" to verso of frame, presented in an antique gilt frame. Stretcher size 36 x 28 in.; Frame dimensions 43 x 35 in. We would like to thank Dr Bettina Baumgärtel, Head of the Angelica Kauffman Research Project, for confirming that the portrait will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné Angelica Kauffman. By inheritance in the family of the sitter through Joseph Pocklington (d. 1874), grandson of the sitter, who assumed the name Senhouse after his marriage to Elizabeth Senhouse, eldest daughter and heiress of Humphrey Senhouse, of Netherhall, Cumberland, and by descent to Mrs. Senhouse Christie's, London, July 15, 1919, Lot 82 Christie's, London, British Pictures 1500 - 1850, June 15, 2001, Lot 30 Private Collection, Greensboro, North Carolina Additional high-resolution photos are available at www.lelandlittle.com

                Leland Little Auctions
              • Drawing. KAUFFMAN. Dama con libro aperto.
                Jun. 07, 2022

                Drawing. KAUFFMAN. Dama con libro aperto.

                Est: €1,800 - €2,800

                Angelica KAUFFMAN. Dama con libro aperto.Coira, 30 ottobre 1741 – Roma, 5 novembre 1807 Disegno su carta a matita grassa nera e sanguigna.140x125mm. Margini. Buono stato di conservazione. Splendido disegno di Angelica Kauffman, preparatorio per una incisione. Fu il padre, Johann Joseph Kauffmann, anch’egli pittore, ad avviarla verso la carriera artistica. Nel 1754 la portò a Milano, dove studiò la pittura indirizzandosi principalmente nella realizzazione di ritratti. Visitò Roma, Parma, Bologna, Modena e Venezia, dove venne celebrata per il suo innegabile talento. Si recò a Londra, dove completò diversi dipinti antichi e, soprattutto, risultò l’unica donna tra i fondatori della Royal Academy of Arts, celebre istituzione artistica inglese che, sin dalla sua creazione, si occupa di ospitare mostre ed esposizioni d’arte di celebri opere provenienti da ogni parte del mondo. Sposò l’artista veneziano Antonio Zucchi, trasferendosi in seguito a Roma, dove conobbe, tra gli altri, il filosofo e scrittore tedesco Johann Volfgang von Goethe, e dove morì, il 5 novembre 1807. Nota per la scelta di soggetti a carattere prettamente storico, ha realizzato molti dipinti famosi come Penelope al telaio, Il colore, Il disegno, La composizione, Il genio, Virgilio che legge l’Eneide ad Augusto e Ottavia, Amore e Psiche, Cornelia madre dei gracchi, oltre che svariati ritratti di personaggi celebri come la regina Carlotta d’Inghilterra, e diversi autoritratti e incisioni.

                Bado e Mart
              • Berlin Porcelain Portrait Plaque of a ‘Vestal Virgin’ KPM, Late 19th Century Sight size: 16-1/8 x 12-1/4 in (41 x 31.1 cm);, Framed: 31-1/2 x 27-5/8 in (80 x 70.1 cm)
                May. 13, 2022

                Berlin Porcelain Portrait Plaque of a ‘Vestal Virgin’ KPM, Late 19th Century Sight size: 16-1/8 x 12-1/4 in (41 x 31.1 cm);, Framed: 31-1/2 x 27-5/8 in (80 x 70.1 cm)

                Est: $1,000 - $1,500

                Berlin Porcelain Portrait Plaque of a ‘Vestal Virgin' KPM, Late 19th Century After a painting by Angelica Kauffman (Swiss 1741-1807); verso with an impressed scepter above 'K.P.M.' above an 'F' together oriented along l.r. corner - altogether right to the engraved numbers '16-12' centered above bottom below ink notation 'from the original/ copied by L. Sturm Dresden, 1880'; possibly illegibly signed near u.l. in glaze.

                Weschler's
              • AFTER ANGELICA CATHARINA MARIE ANNA KAUFFMAN (Swiss / English, 1741 - 1807). The Toilet of Venus, 19th century color stipple engraving
                Apr. 20, 2022

                AFTER ANGELICA CATHARINA MARIE ANNA KAUFFMAN (Swiss / English, 1741 - 1807). The Toilet of Venus, 19th century color stipple engraving

                Est: $200 - $300

                AFTER ANGELICA CATHARINA MARIE ANNA KAUFFMAN (Swiss / English, 1741 - 1807). The Toilet of Venus, 19th century color stipple engraving (possibly a mezzotint) done by printmaker Francesco Bartolozzi (Italian, 1727 - 1815). The oval format of the image is typical and is cut to the edge. It is framed and was not examined out of frame. - 13 h. x 17 w. (oval image)

                Sloans & Kenyon
              • Painting, Circle of Angelica Kauffman
                Mar. 26, 2022

                Painting, Circle of Angelica Kauffman

                Est: $1,000 - $2,000

                Circle of Angelica Kauffman (Swiss, 1741-1807), Portrait of the Artist, oil on canvas, unsigned, overall (with frame): 15.5"h x 13.5"w

                Clars Auctions
              • Circle of Angelica Kauffman, RA, Swiss 1741-1807- Salome receives the head of John the Baptist;
                Mar. 22, 2022

                Circle of Angelica Kauffman, RA, Swiss 1741-1807- Salome receives the head of John the Baptist;

                Est: £200 - £300

                Circle of Angelica Kauffman, RA, Swiss 1741-1807- Salome receives the head of John the Baptist; black chalk heightened with white on green-blue paper, 24 x 19 cm. Provenance: Private Collection, UK. Note: The present work is by an artist working in the 18th Century who was presumably looking to compositions by the contemporary Swiss painter Angelica Kauffman. Please refer to department for condition report

                Roseberys
              • Circle of Angelica Kauffman, RA, Swiss 1741-1807- Greek mythological scenes; oil on panel and
                Mar. 22, 2022

                Circle of Angelica Kauffman, RA, Swiss 1741-1807- Greek mythological scenes; oil on panel and

                Est: £600 - £800

                Circle of Angelica Kauffman, RA, Swiss 1741-1807- Greek mythological scenes; oil on panel and oil on canvas laid down on panel, tondos, each 20 x 20 cm., each held in matching gilded Neoclassical style frames with hand-tooled spandrels and tondo apertures, a pair (2). Provenance: Private Collection, UK. Please refer to department for condition report

                Roseberys
              • Angelica Kauffman Classical Female Nude Pastel
                Mar. 12, 2022

                Angelica Kauffman Classical Female Nude Pastel

                Est: $500 - $1,000

                Classical female figure, pastel on paper mounted on linen, signed Angelica Kauffman lower right corner, style of Kauffman, work measures 22 3/4 (h) x 18 (w) inches, framed 27 (h) x 22 (w) inches, work in excellent condition

                Blackwell Auctions LLC
              • * Kauffman (Angelica, 1741-1807, manner of). Portrait miniature of a young lady in classical dress
                Mar. 09, 2022

                * Kauffman (Angelica, 1741-1807, manner of). Portrait miniature of a young lady in classical dress

                Est: £200 - £400

                * Kauffman (Angelica, 1741-1807, manner of). Portrait miniature of a young lady in classical dress Manner of Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807). Portrait miniature of a young lady in classical dress, oval watercolour on ivory, head and shoulders portrait, half profile to left, of a young woman wearing a loose white robe and matching cloth headdress worn low over her forehead, her hands crossed over by her chin, and her pensive gaze downwards, 78 x 62 mm (3 x 2.5 ins), oval yellow metal frame with hanging loop and glazed compartment for hair on verso (100 x 68 mm), contained in a red morocco oval case (rubbed) Qty: (1)

                Dominic Winter Auctions
              • * Kauffman, Angelika (1741-1807). A Young Man Musing, etching, 1762
                Mar. 09, 2022

                * Kauffman, Angelika (1741-1807). A Young Man Musing, etching, 1762

                Est: £200 - £300

                * Kauffman, Angelika (1741-1807). A Young Man Musing, etching, 1762 Kauffman (Angelika, 1741-1807). Young Man Musing, 1762, etching on laid paper with narrow margins, a very good, bright impression, plate size 12.7 x 9.5 cm (5 x 3 3/4 ins), sheet size 13.5 x 10.3 cm ( 5 1/4 x 4 1/8 ins), in very good condition, a few pale scattered foxmarks in the left of subject and left margin, framed (32 x 26.5 cm) Qty: (1) Footnote: Literature: Andresen 21.

                Dominic Winter Auctions
              • Angelica Kauffman, 1741 Chur – 1807 Rom, Umkreis
                Dec. 09, 2021

                Angelica Kauffman, 1741 Chur – 1807 Rom, Umkreis

                Est: €3,000 - €5,000

                TELEMACHOS AM HOF VON SPARTA Öl auf Leinwand. 64 x 82 cm. Verso bezeichnet „By A. Kauffman w.k.d. Hall 1799“. Darunter Widmung von 1924. In dekorativem vergoldetem Rahmen. Dargestellt ist das vornehme Interieur eines Palastes mit wuchtigen Säulen und einer steinernen Brüstung mit Vase und Ausblick auf den hellblauen wolkigen Himmel. Linksseitig unterhalb eines roten, zur Seite gerafften Samtvorhangs der Thron des Herrschers von Sparta Menelaos. Vor ihm stehend der junge Telemachos, der sich von dem Herrscher abgewandt hat und sein Gesicht vor Kummer in seinem Gewand verbirgt. Ihm gegenüber die in edler, teils seidiger Kleidung stehende Helena, die Telemachos an dem Kummer über seinen Vater Odysseus erkennt. Hinter ihr weitere Bedienstete, die der Szenerie aufmerksam lauschen und sie verfolgen. Qualitätvolle feine Malerei aus einer Erzählung von Homers Odyssee, in der der Sohn Odysseus sich auf die Suche nach seinem Vater macht und dabei nach Sparta in den Palast des Menelaos gelangt. Wenige Retuschen. (1290434) (3) (18)

                Hampel Fine Art Auctions
              • KPM – Angelika Kaufmann, Lady as vestal virgin, Mid 19th century
                Nov. 15, 2021

                KPM – Angelika Kaufmann, Lady as vestal virgin, Mid 19th century

                Est: €1,500 - €3,000

                KPM – Angelika Kaufmann Lady as vestal virgin Porcelain painting, Berlin KPM With original frame Mid 19th century After the painting of the same name by Angelika Kaufmann (1741 - 1807). Porcelain plate of exceptional size, 31.7 x 26 cm Excellent condition Marked on the back: KPM, Berlin 31.7 x 26 cm (with frame 48.5 x 41 cm)

                Tiberius Auctions
              • ANGELICA KAUFFMAN, R.A. (CHUR, GRAUBÜNDEN 1741-1807 ROME) The Triumph of Ve
                Oct. 14, 2021

                ANGELICA KAUFFMAN, R.A. (CHUR, GRAUBÜNDEN 1741-1807 ROME) The Triumph of Ve

                Est: $80,000 - $120,000

                ANGELICA KAUFFMAN, R.A. (CHUR, GRAUBÜNDEN 1741-1807 ROME) The Triumph of Venus with the Three Graces; and Cimon and Iphigenia oil on canvas, in period frames 25 ¼ x 25 ½ in. (64.2 x 64.7 cm.), each

                Christie's
              • ANGELICA KAUFFMAN, R.A. (CHUR, GRAUBÜNDEN 1741-1807 ROME) Cornelia, Mother
                Oct. 14, 2021

                ANGELICA KAUFFMAN, R.A. (CHUR, GRAUBÜNDEN 1741-1807 ROME) Cornelia, Mother

                Est: $200,000 - $300,000

                ANGELICA KAUFFMAN, R.A. (CHUR, GRAUBÜNDEN 1741-1807 ROME) Cornelia, Mother of the Gracchi oil on canvas 43 x 60 in. (110 x 152 cm.).

                Christie's
              • * Kauffman (Angelica, 1741-1807, manner of). Portrait miniature of a young lady in classical dress
                Oct. 13, 2021

                * Kauffman (Angelica, 1741-1807, manner of). Portrait miniature of a young lady in classical dress

                Est: £400 - £600

                * Manner of Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807). Portrait miniature of a young lady in classical dress, oval watercolour on ivory, head and shoulders portrait, half profile to left, of a young woman wearing a loose white robe and matching cloth headdress worn low over her forehead, her hands crossed over by her chin, and her pensive gaze downwards, 78 x 62 mm (3 x 2.5 ins), oval yellow metal frame with hanging loop and glazed compartment for hair on verso (100 x 68 mm), contained in a red morocco oval case (rubbed) Qty: (1)

                Dominic Winter Auctions
              • ATTRIBUTED TO ANGELICA KAUFFMAN (1741-1807) Fame Decorating Shakespeare's Tomb Oil on canvas, 75 x 62cm, in painted oval The present painting attributed to the Swiss neo-classical painter Angelica Kauffman depicts Fame as a woman decoratin
                Sep. 07, 2021

                ATTRIBUTED TO ANGELICA KAUFFMAN (1741-1807) Fame Decorating Shakespeare's Tomb Oil on canvas, 75 x 62cm, in painted oval The present painting attributed to the Swiss neo-classical painter Angelica Kauffman depicts Fame as a woman decoratin

                Est: €8,000 - €12,000

                ATTRIBUTED TO ANGELICA KAUFFMAN (1741-1807) Fame Decorating Shakespeare's Tomb Oil on canvas, 75 x 62cm, in painted oval The present painting attributed to the Swiss neo-classical painter Angelica Kauffman depicts Fame as a woman decorating the tomb of the great playwright and poet William Shakespeare. Kauffman achieved remarkable success for a woman painter of the period and under the patronage of Joshua Reynolds she became one of the leading artists in England, renowned for her allegorical subjects as well as her society portraits. She worked in London from the 1760s to 1781 and notably was among the founding members of the Royal Academy in London in 1768. Kauffman visited Ireland briefly during 1771, where she received numerous commissions, including from the Earl of Ely at Rathfarnham Castle, for whom she painted a large family portrait. Her 1772 painting of Fame was made into an engraving a decade later by printmaker Francesco Bartolozzi and versions appeared in many diverse mediums including most commonly embroideries. A smaller version of this work, on metal panel is in the Burghley House collection.

                Adam's
              • ANGELICA KAUFFMAN
                Jul. 30, 2021

                ANGELICA KAUFFMAN

                Est: $100 - $150

                Two etchings after Swiss Neoclassicist, Angelica Kauffman(1741-1807). 1) Paris and Elena. Taken from Homer's Iliad when Helen of Troy falls in love with Paris. 26x21cm. Heavily trimmed paper. Italian engraver A[medeo] Gabrieli(1749-1817). 2) The Death of Eloisa. The lady of letters, Héloïse (1101-1164) a French philosopher of love and friendship, as well as nun and abbess of the Catholic Church. Etching diameter 23cm. engraver P[etro] Bonato (1765-1820) Italian engraver.

                Sydney Rare Book Auctions
              • ANGELICA KAUFFMAN, R.A. (CHUR, GRAUBÜNDEN 1741-1807 ROME) - Group portrait of Lady Elizabeth Smith-Stanley, Countess of Derby (1753-1797),...
                Jul. 08, 2021

                ANGELICA KAUFFMAN, R.A. (CHUR, GRAUBÜNDEN 1741-1807 ROME) - Group portrait of Lady Elizabeth Smith-Stanley, Countess of Derby (1753-1797),...

                Est: £500,000 - £800,000

                ANGELICA KAUFFMAN, R.A. (CHUR, GRAUBÜNDEN 1741-1807 ROME) Group portrait of Lady Elizabeth Smith-Stanley, Countess of Derby (1753-1797),... oil on canvas, unlined 50 1/8 x 40 in. (127.3 x 101.6 cm.)

                Christie's
              • Angelica Kauffman (Coire 1741-1807 Rome) Portrait of Sir James Graham, bust-length, in a blue coat
                Jul. 07, 2021

                Angelica Kauffman (Coire 1741-1807 Rome) Portrait of Sir James Graham, bust-length, in a blue coat

                Est: £20,000 - £30,000

                Angelica Kauffman (Coire 1741-1807 Rome) Portrait of Sir James Graham, bust-length, in a blue coat oil on canvas, unlined 62.3 x 47.6cm (24 1/2 x 18 3/4in). For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

                Bonhams
              • 19th C. ANGELICA KAUFFMAN PORCELAIN DRESSER BOX
                Jun. 05, 2021

                19th C. ANGELICA KAUFFMAN PORCELAIN DRESSER BOX

                Est: $20 - $30

                19th C. ANGELICA KAUFFMAN PORCELAIN DRESSER BOX Late 19th century scalloped porcelain dresser box with hand painted gilt accents against a powder blue ground. Lid depicts a transferware neoclassical painting by the Swiss painter Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807). Not marked. Size: 9 x 5.5 x 3"

                Omnia Auctions
              • Two Angelica Kauffman Etchings of Women
                Jun. 02, 2021

                Two Angelica Kauffman Etchings of Women

                Est: $300 - $500

                (1741-1807) inscribed in margin "Angelica Kauffman, penxe, " and "F. Bartolozzi Sculpsit." Trimmed into oval. 12-3/4"h x 10-1/2"w Provenance. Property from a Private East Coast Collection

                Nye & Company
              • Drawing. KAUFFMAN. Dama con libro aperto.
                May. 19, 2021

                Drawing. KAUFFMAN. Dama con libro aperto.

                Est: €1,800 - €2,800

                Angelica KAUFFMAN. Dama con libro aperto.Coira, 30 ottobre 1741 – Roma, 5 novembre 1807 Disegno su carta a matita grassa nera e sanguigna.140x125mm. Margini. Buono stato di conservazione. Splendido disegno di Angelica Kauffman, preparatorio per una incisione. Fu il padre, Johann Joseph Kauffmann, anch’egli pittore, ad avviarla verso la carriera artistica. Nel 1754 la portò a Milano, dove studiò la pittura indirizzandosi principalmente nella realizzazione di ritratti. Visitatò Roma, Parma, Bologna, Modena e Venezia, dove venne celebrata per il suo innegabile talento.Si recò a Londra, dove completò diversi dipinti antichi e, soprattutto, risultò l’unica donna tra i fondatori della Royal Academy of Arts, celebre istituzione artistica inglese che, sin dalla sua creazione, si occupa di ospitare mostre ed esposizioni d’arte di celebri opere provenienti da ogni parte del mondo. Sposò l’artista veneziano Antonio Zucchi, trasferendosi in seguito a Roma, dove conobbe, tra gli altri, il filosofo e scrittore tedesco Johann Volfgang von Goethe, e dove morì, il 5 novembre 1807. Nota per la scelta di soggetti a carattere prettamente storico, ha realizzato molti dipinti famosi come Penelope al telaio, Il colore, Il disegno, La composizione, Il genio, Virgilio che legge l’Eneide ad Augusto e Ottavia, Amore e Psiche, Cornelia madre dei gracchi, oltre che svariati ritratti di personaggi celebri come la regina Carlotta d’Inghilterra, e diversi autoritratti e incisioni. Drawing on paper in black and sanguine pencil. 140x125mm. Margins. Good condition. Beautiful drawing by Angelica Kauffman, preparatory for an engraving. It was his father, Johann Joseph Kauffmann, who was also his painter, who initiated her into an artistic career. In 1754 he took her to Milan, where he studied painting, focusing mainly on portraits. He visited Rome, Parma, Bologna, Modena and Venice, where he was celebrated for his undeniable talent. English artist who, since its creation, has been taking care of hosting exhibitions and art exhibitions of famous works from all over the world. He married the Venetian artist Antonio Zucchi, later moving to Rome, where he met, among others, the German philosopher and writer Johann Volfgang von Goethe, and where he died, 5 November 1807. Known for the choice of subjects of a purely historical nature, he created many famous paintings such as “Penelope al telaio, Il colore, Il disegno, La composizione, Il genio, Virgilio che legge l’Eneide ad Augusto e Ottavia, Amore e Psiche, Cornelia madre dei Gracchi “, as well as several portraits of celebrities such as Queen Carlotta of England, and several self-portraits and engravings.

                Bado e Mart
              • Drawing. KAUFFMAN. Dama con libro aperto.
                Feb. 10, 2021

                Drawing. KAUFFMAN. Dama con libro aperto.

                Est: €1,800 - €2,800

                Angelica KAUFFMAN. Dama con libro aperto.Coira, 30 ottobre 1741 – Roma, 5 novembre 1807 Disegno su carta a matita grassa nera e sanguigna.140x125mm. Margini. Buono stato di conservazione. Splendido disegno di Angelica Kauffman, preparatorio per una incisione. Fu il padre, Johann Joseph Kauffmann, anch’egli pittore, ad avviarla verso la carriera artistica. Nel 1754 la portò a Milano, dove studiò la pittura indirizzandosi principalmente nella realizzazione di ritratti. Visitatò Roma, Parma, Bologna, Modena e Venezia, dove venne celebrata per il suo innegabile talento.Si recò a Londra, dove completò diversi dipinti antichi e, soprattutto, risultò l’unica donna tra i fondatori della Royal Academy of Arts, celebre istituzione artistica inglese che, sin dalla sua creazione, si occupa di ospitare mostre ed esposizioni d’arte di celebri opere provenienti da ogni parte del mondo.Sposò l’artista veneziano Antonio Zucchi, trasferendosi in seguito a Roma, dove conobbe, tra gli altri, il filosofo e scrittore tedesco Johann Volfgang von Goethe, e dove morì, il 5 novembre 1807.Nota per la scelta di soggetti a carattere prettamente storico, ha realizzato molti dipinti famosi come Penelope al telaio, Il colore, Il disegno, La composizione, Il genio, Virgilio che legge l’Eneide ad Augusto e Ottavia, Amore e Psiche, Cornelia madre dei gracchi, oltre che svariati ritratti di personaggi celebri come la regina Carlotta d’Inghilterra, e diversi autoritratti e incisioni.

                Bado e Mart
              • ANGELICA KAUFFMAN, R.A. (Chur 1741-1807 Rome) - A young man grasped by the hair by a young woman, with a man looks on
                Jan. 28, 2021

                ANGELICA KAUFFMAN, R.A. (Chur 1741-1807 Rome) - A young man grasped by the hair by a young woman, with a man looks on

                Est: $4,000 - $6,000

                ANGELICA KAUFFMAN, R.A. (Chur 1741-1807 Rome) A young man grasped by the hair by a young woman, with a man looks on ANGELICA KAUFFMAN, R.A. (Chur 1741-1807 Rome) A young man grasped by the hair by a young woman, with a man looks on black chalk heightened with white on gray-brown paper 9¹⁄₄ x 14 in. (23.5 x 25.5...

                Christie's
              • Angelica KAUFFMAN, d’après. Ecole française du XIX…
                Dec. 07, 2020

                Angelica KAUFFMAN, d’après. Ecole française du XIX…

                Est: €5,000 - €6,000

                Angelica KAUFFMAN, d’après. Ecole française du XIXe siècle. Le général de L’Espinasse en uniforme, vers 1798. Huile sur toile (retendu, restaurations). 80 x 65 cm. Beau cadre redoré, à palmettes. OEuvre en rapport : Augustin de l’Espinasse, portrait réalisé par Angelica Kauffmann, 1798. Musée de l’Armée, Paris.

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