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1660 in art

Events from the year 1660 in art.

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Events

  • November – The Dutch Gift: a collection including 28 mostly Italian Renaissance paintings and a dozen classical sculptures is presented to the newly restored King Charles II of England by the States-General of the Netherlands.
  • Paintings

  • Aelbert Cuyp – approximate date
  • The Maas at Dordrecht
  • River Landscape with Horseman and Peasants
  • Rembrandt
  • Ahasuerus and Haman at the Feast of Esther
  • Self Portrait
  • Jan Steen – An interior with the artist eating oysters and Skittle Players outside an Inn
  • Samuel Dirksz van Hoogstraten – A Peepshow with Views of the Interior of a Dutch House (approximate date)
  • Velázquez – Infanta Margarita Teresa in a Pink Dress (completed (or perhaps painted) after the death of Velázquez by his pupil Juan Bautista Martínez del Mazo)
  • Jan Vermeer
  • Girl Interrupted at her Music
  • The Girl with the Wine Glass
  • View of Delft
  • Births

  • January 27 - Felice Cignani, Italian painter from Bologna (died 1724), son of Carlo Cignani
  • March - Franz Joseph Feuchtmayer, German sculptor and stuccoist (died 1718)
  • March 28 - Arnold Houbraken, Dutch painter and writer from Dordrecht (died 1719)
  • April 24 - Cornelis Dusart, Dutch genre painter, draftsman, and printmaker (died 1704)
  • June 17 - Jan van Mieris, Dutch painter (died 1690)
  • date unknown
  • Antonio Amorosi, Italian painter, active in Ascoli Piceno and Rome (died 1738)
  • Francesco Bruni, Italian engraver (died unknown)
  • John Closterman, portrait painter (died 1711)
  • John Faber Senior, Dutch portrait engraver active in London (died 1721)
  • Cesare Fantetti, Italian designer and etcher (died unknown)
  • Christopher Elias Heiss, German painter and printmaker (died 1731)
  • Anne Killigrew, poet and painter (died 1685)
  • Stefano Maria Legnani, Italian painter, active mainly in Milan (died 1715)
  • Pellegrino Antonio Orlandi, art historian (died 1727)
  • Gao Qipei, Chinese painter of landscapes and figures (died 1734)
  • Tobias Querfurt, German painter, draughtsman, and engraver (died 1734)
  • Giovanni Camillo Sagrestani, Florentine painter (died 1731)
  • Chen Shu, Chinese painter (died 1736)
  • Jerzy Siemiginowski-Eleuter, Polish painter and engraver (died 1711)
  • probable
  • Andrés Pérez, Spanish Baroque painter (died 1727)
  • Johann Gustav Stockenberg, Swedish sculptor and stonemason (died 1710)
  • Peter Strudel, Austrian sculptor and painter (died 1714)
  • Jan Joost van Cossiau, Flemish landscape painter and engraver (died 1732)
  • Adriaen van Salm, Dutch draftsman and painter (died 1720)
  • Deaths

  • January 1 - Pieter Claesz, Dutch still life painter (born 1597)
  • January 16 - Peter Wtewael, Dutch painter, son of Joachim Wtewael (born 1596)
  • February 2 - Govert Flinck, Dutch painter of the Dutch Golden Age (born 1615)
  • February 10 - Judith Leyster, Dutch painter of Haarlem (born 1609)
  • March 5 - Felice Ficherelli, Italian painter active in Tuscany (born 1605)
  • March 9 - Hieronymus Joachims, Austrian painter (born 1619)
  • April 6 - Michelangelo Cerquozzi, Italian painter of small canvases of genre scenes (born 1602)
  • July 2 - Francesco Maffei, Italian painter characterized by provincial stylistic quirks (born 1605)
  • August 2 - Agostino Mitelli, Italian painter of quadratura (born 1609)
  • August 6 - Diego Velázquez, Spanish painter (born 1599)
  • September 22 - Pieter de Ring, Dutch painter famous for his opulent, flashy still lifes (born 1615)
  • October 4 - Francesco Albani, Italian painter (born 1578)
  • October 20 - Claude Deruet, French painter (born 1588)
  • November 30 - Caterina Ginnasi, Italian painter of altarpieces for the church of Santa Lucia (born 1590)
  • date unknown
  • Esteban March, Spanish painter (born 1590)
  • Filippo d'Angeli, Italian painter of battle scenes with small figures (born 1600)
  • Giacomo Cavedone, Italian painter of the Bolognese School (born 1577)
  • Alexander Cooper, English Baroque miniature painter (born 1609)
  • Giovanni Battista Discepoli, Italian painter who was crippled (born 1590)
  • Bernardino Gagliardi, Italian painter of the Baroque period (born 1609)
  • Richard Tassel, French painter (born 1582)
  • Giovanni Battista Vanni, Italian painter of frescoes and engraver (born 1599)
  • probable
  • Giuseppe Caletti, Italian painter and engraver (born 1600)
  • Antonio Rocca, Italian painter in Rome who became a monk (date of birth unknown)
  • Juan Valdelmira de Leon, Spanish of primarily still-life paintings of fruit and flowers (born 1630)
  • Jan Baptist Weenix, Dutch Golden Age painter (born 1621)
  • References

    1660 in art Wikipedia


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