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  CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Angelica Kauffman
She was the pupil of her father, Johann Joseph, a painter of mediocre talent, who, nevertheless, had an excellent knowledge of the principles underlying his art, and initiated Angelica at an early age into the difficult use of colours.
At the same time Angelica showed a great aptitude for music and singing, and some of her father's friends strongly urged her to give up painting, but in vain.
Angelica Kauffmann, suggestive of the Reynolds manner, was highly appreciated in England.
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  Angelica Kauffmann, Anna Amalia and Goethe in Germany: MusicWeb(UK)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Angelica Kauffmann, Anna Amalia and Goethe in Germany: MusicWeb(UK)
Angelica Kauffmann, Anna Amalia and Goethe in Germany
Angelica Kauffmann drew the Duchess into her world and made her welcome.
www.musicweb.uk.net /classrev/2002/May02/muses.htm   (1813 words)

  
  (Maria Anna) Angelica Kauffmann - LoveToKnow 1911
Her father, John Josef Kauffmann, was a poor man and mediocre painter, but apparently very successful in teaching his precocious daughter.
In his pocket-book her name as "Miss Angelica" or "Miss Angel" appears frequently, and in 1766 he painted her, a compliment which she returned by her "Portrait of Sir Joshua Reynolds," aetat.
Another instance of her intimacy with Reynolds is to be found in the variation of Guercino's "Et in Arcadia ego" produced by her at this date, a subject which Reynolds repeated a few years later in his portrait of Mrs Bouverie and Mrs Crewe.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /(Maria_Anna)_Angelica_Kauffmann   (889 words)

  
 Angelica Kauffmann
The talent of Angelica Kauffmann, suggestive of the Reynolds manner, was highly appreciated in England.
The pretended Count de Horn having died in 1781, Angelica was free to contract a second marriage; she married the Venetian painter, Antonio Zucchi, and they determined to return to Italy.
It was chiefly as a portraitpainter that Angelica Kauffmann was distinguished; her light touch is not wanting in grace, nor her colouring in brilliancy.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/k/kaufmann,angelica.html   (735 words)

  
 Biography
Angelica (Maria Anna Catharina) Kauffmann was a Swiss painter in the early Neoclassical style who is best known for her decorative wall paintings for residences designed by Robert Adam.
Kauffmann retired to Rome in the early 1780s with her second husband, the Venetian painter Antonio Zucchi.
Kauffmann's portraits of female sitters are among her finest works.
www.wga.hu /bio/k/kauffman/biograph.html   (270 words)

  
 Angelica Kauffmann Biography
Maria Anna Angelica Kauffmann (October 30, 1741 - November 5, 1807) was a Swiss painter.
Her father, Johann Josef Kauffmann, was a poor man and mediocre painter, but apparently very successful in teaching his precocious daughter.
In his pocket-book, her name as "Miss Angelica" or "Miss Angel" appears frequently, and in 1766 he painted her, a compliment which she returned by her "Portrait of Sir Joshua Reynolds".
www.biographybase.com /biography/Kauffmann_Angelica.html   (903 words)

  
 Angelica Kauffmann, artist biography, famous paintings, painting style, history of paintings, art reproductions
Maria Anna Angelica Kauffmann (October 30, 1741 –; November 5, 1807) was a Swiss painter.
Her father, Johann Josef Kauffmann, was a poor man and mediocre painter, but apparently very successful in teaching his precocious daughter.
Another instance of her intimacy with Reynolds is to be found in her variation of Guercino's "Et in Arcadia ego", a subject which Reynolds repeated a few years later in his portrait of Mrs Bouverie and Mrs Crewe.
www.reviewpainting.com /Angelica-Kauffmann.htm   (964 words)

  
 Angelica Kauffmann Online
Angelica Kauffmann at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
Angelica Kauffmann in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Database
Angelica Kauffmann at the National Portrait Gallery, Washington D.C. Portrait of John Morgan
www.artcyclopedia.com /artists/kauffmann_angelica.html   (538 words)

  
 Maria Anna Angelica Catharina Kauffmann
Maria Anna Angelica Catharina Kauffmann, (1741-1807), Schweizer Malerin und Radiererin.
Angelica Kauffmann entstammte einer Künstlerfamilie im Bregenzer Wald und wurde am 30.
Sie arbeitete bereits in jungen Jahren an Werken ihres Vaters, des Kunstmalers Joseph Johann Kauffmann, mit.
www.ammermann.de /Klassik/maria_anna_angelica_catharina_ka.htm   (184 words)

  
 Angelica Kauffmann: Die Schweizer Porträtmalerin :: HelloArticle.com
Dort lernte Angelica den deutschen Archäologen und Kunstgelehrten Johann Joachim Winckelmann (1717—1768) kennen, der sie mit der Welt der Antike vertraut machte und in die Gesellschaft einführte.
Erheblichen Einfluss auf Angelica Kaufmanns künstlerische Arbeit übte der in Rom arbeitende deutsche Maler Anton Raffael Mengs (1728—1779) aus.
Von ihrem Mann Antonio Zucchi, der 1795 starb, wurde Angelica Kauffmann tatkräftig unterstützt.
www.helloarticle.com /de/angelica-kauffmann-die-schweizer-portraetmalerin-r507.htm   (990 words)

  
 Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Angelica Kauffmann was born as the daughter of the painter Joseph Kauffmann in Chur in 1741.
In 1781, Angelica Kauffmann married the Venetian painter Francesco Zucchi and settled in Venice.
She gained the friendship of the most famous poets, scientists and artists of her time with her outstanding literacy and her gracefulness and became the most famous female painter of the 18th century.
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 Angelica Kauffmann (1741-1807)
Angelica Kauffmann (1741-1807) was born in Switzerland but lived in England for many years and after her marriage at the age of 40 she moved to Rome, where her best works were produced.
Kauffmann began as a rococo painter but turned to neoclassical motifs, such as historical and mythological scenes, after her trips to Italy in the 1760s.
Kauffmann was one of the first women to paint history motifs which introduced the Neoclassical style in England.
members.fortunecity.com /illusions99/artists/kauffmann/angelica.htm   (155 words)

  
 Angelica Kauffmann (1741 - 1807) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Swiss prodigy, Maria Anna Catharina Angelica Kauffmann had an established reputation as an artist and musician by the age of eleven.
Kauffmann moved to London in 1766 and met Sir Joshua Reynolds.
Angelica Kauffman - Cornelia, Mother of the Gracchi, Pointing to her Children as Her Treasures c.
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 Angelica - Angelica Shirley Carpenter
The talent of Angelica Kauffmann, suggestive of the Reynolds manner, It was chiefly as a portraitpainter that Angelica Kauffmann was distinguished;
Angelica is a women's chamber choir that sings mostly a cappella music for different occasions and concerts in New York City and Westchester.
Angelica Shirley Carpenter is the author or co-author of four illustrated Angelica has a bachelor's degree in French and master's degrees in education
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 Art Provenance Project [LACMA: Los Angeles County Museum of Art]
This painting and its companion, a portrait by Angelica Kauffmann of a young girl presumed to be Katharina-Jeanne, were probably inherited by Katharina-Jeanne and brought with her to Valençay.
2, "There is a portrait of a Duchess of Courland by Angelica in the Gallery at Aschaffenburg, and another one in Dresden." LACMA’s portrait is not that to which she refers in the museum in Dresden.
The Beverly Hills dealer Jacob M. Heimann made the arrangements for the delivery of Angelica Kauffmann’s portrait, which Birtschansky first lent and then gave to the museum in 1946 (Los Angeles Museum of History, Science, and Art, Notice of Incoming Shipments, 9-4-46).
www.lacma.org /art/ProvInterimDetail2.aspx   (1047 words)

  
 George Glazer Gallery - Angelica Kauffmann, Papirius Pratextatus Entreated by his Mother to Disclose the Secrets of the ...
This engraving, based on a tondo (round painting) by Angelica Kauffmann, illustrates a story involving gender conflicts in ancient Rome.
Angelica Kauffman was a child prodigy who was trained by her father, also a painter.
His contemporaries reported that Kauffmann preferred Burke to engrave her designs, and he produced many excellent prints of her work for Ryland.
www.georgeglazer.com /prints/aanda/art-pre20/papirius.html   (586 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Angelica Kauffmann (European Art, 1600 To The Present, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Angelica Kauffmann, European Art, 1600 To The Present, Biographies
Angelica Kauffmann[Ang-gA´lEkA kouf´mAn] Pronunciation Key, 1741–1807, Swiss neoclassical painter and graphic artist.
From her youth she was known for her artistic, musical, and linguistic abilities.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/K/Kauffman.html   (287 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Kauffmann, Angelica: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Angelica Kauffmann, RA - Her Life and Her Works by Lady Victoria Manners and Dr G C Williamson (Hardcover - 1924)
Angelica Kauffmann [microform]: A biography by Frances A Gerard (Unknown Binding - 1892)
Angelika Kauffmann (1741-1807): Bedingungen weiblicher Kreativitat in der Malerei des 18.
www.amazon.com /Kauffmann-Angelica-Arts-Photography-Books/b?ie=UTF8&node=1285   (427 words)

  
 Angelica Kauffmann   (Site not responding. Last check: )
However, Kauffmann courageously refused to limit her ambitions and won international acclaim.
Kauffmann's ability to speak several languages helped her to meet many influential people.
For many years, Angelica Kauffmann was considered the most successful painter in Rome.
www.sachem.edu /schools/tecumseh/seywomen/kauffmann.htm   (191 words)

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