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1807 in art

Events in the year 1807 in Art.

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Events

  • Napoleon Bonaparte purchases the Borghese art collection, including the Antinous Mondragone, and brings it to Paris.
  • Completion of Fonthill Abbey, built to house the art collection of William Thomas Beckford.
  • Works

  • William Blake – illustrations of Paradise Lost
  • Jacques-Louis David – The Coronation of Napoleon
  • Arthur William Devis – The Death of Nelson, 21 October 1805
  • Caspar David Friedrich – The Cross in the Mountains (Tetschen Altar)
  • Daniel Turner – Nelson's Funeral Procession on the Thames, 9 January 1806
  • J. M. W. Turner – Sun Rising Through Vapour, Fishermen Cleaning and Selling Fish
  • David Wilkie – Rent Day
  • Births

  • February 4 – Max Emanuel Ainmiller, glass painter (died 1870)
  • September 10 – Friedrich Gauermann, painter (died 1862)
  • September 22 – Ulisse Cambi, Italian sculptor (died 1895)
  • October 5 – Constant Dutilleux, French illustrator and engraver (died 1865)
  • date unknown – Jean Achard, French painter (died 1884)
  • Deaths

  • February 9 – Joseph-Benoît Suvée, Flemish painter (born 1743)
  • March 8 – Sawrey Gilpin, English painter of animals (born 1733)
  • April 2 – Balthasar Anton Dunker, German landscape painter and etcher (born 1746)
  • April 6 – John Opie, historical and portrait painter (born 1761)
  • April 28 – Jacob Philipp Hackert, landscape painter (born 1737)
  • July 28 – Jan Regulski, Polish glyptic artist and medalist (born 1760)
  • September 18 – Franciszek Smuglewicz, Polish draughtsman and painter (born 1745)
  • November 5 – Angelica Kauffman, Swiss-Austrian painter (born 1741)
  • December 6 – Niclas Lafrensen, Swedish genre and miniature painter (born 1737)
  • date unknown
  • Eliphalet Chapin, furniture designer (born 1741)
  • Nathaniel Grogan, Irish painter from Cork (born 1740)
  • References

    1807 in art Wikipedia


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