|Covid-19|April 2 – The British government buys John Julius Angerstein's art collection for £60,000 for the purpose of establishing a National Gallery in London which opens to the public in his former townhouse on May 10.
The Vow of Louis XIII, painted by Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres for the cathedral of Montauban, is exhibited at the Paris Salon.
The Hay Wain by John Constable is also exhibited at the Paris Salon and wins a gold medal.
Caspar David Friedrich enters a depressive episode.
Edwin Landseer visits Scotland for the first time to paint a portrait of Sir Walter Scott; he will return annually, concentrating on animal portraits.
François Joseph Bosio – Statue of Henry IV of France as a child (Louvre)
Léon Cogniet – Marius among the Ruins of Carthage
Louis Daguerre – The Ruins of Holyrood Chapel (approx. date)
Jacques-Louis David – Mars Being Disarmed by Venus
The Massacre at Chios
Orphan Girl at the Cemetery (c. 1823 or 1824)
John Flaxman – Pastoral Apollo
Caspar David Friedrich – The Sea of Ice
François Gérard – Daphnis and Chloe
Jean-Baptiste Paulin Guérin – Ulysses and Minerva
John Hayter – Kamāmalu, Queen Consort of Hawaii
Frederick Yeates Hurlstone – A Venetian Page
Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres – Vow of Louis XIII
Alexander Andreyevich Ivanov
Cleansing of the Temple
Edwin Landseer – Lion, A Newfoundland Dog
Johann Friedrich Overbeck – Christ's Entry into Jerusalem
Jan Willem Pieneman – The Battle of Waterloo
J. M. W. Turner – The Battle of Trafalgar
Grand Prix de Rome, painting:
Grand Prix de Rome, sculpture: Charles Seurre, sculptor.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Henri Labrouste.
Grand Prix de Rome, engraving:
Grand Prix de Rome, music: Auguste Barbereau.
January 27 – Jozef Israëls, painter (died 1911)
March 31 – William Morris Hunt, painter (died 1879)
May 11 – Jean-Léon Gérôme, painter and sculptor (died 1904)
June 12 – Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse, French sculptor and painter (died 1887)
July 12 – Eugène Boudin, painter (died 1898)
October 14 – Adolphe Joseph Thomas Monticelli, French painter (died 1886)
December 6 – Emmanuel Frémiet, sculptor (died 1910)
December 10 – Aasta Hansteen, Norwegian painter, writer and early feminist (died 1908)
December 14 – Pierre Puvis de Chavannes, painter (died 1898)
January 26 – Théodore Géricault, French painter and lithographer, pioneer of the Romantic movement (born 1791)
April 17 – William Ashford – British painter who worked exclusively in Ireland (born 1746)
September 12 – Louis Albert Guislain Bacler d'Albe, French artist, map-maker and close strategic advisor of Napoléon (born 1761)
November 23 – Fedor Alekseev, Russian painter of landscape art (born 1753)
December 9 – Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson, French painter (born 1767)
December 24 – John Downman, English portrait painter (born 1750)
François-Anne David, French line-engraver (born 1741)
Thomas Hickey, Irish painter of portraits and genre scenes (born 1741)
Eugénie Charen, French painter (born 1786)
George Mills, British sculptor, engraver and medallist (born 1792/1793)
Antoine Vestier, French miniaturist and painter of portraits (born 1740)
1824 in art Wikipedia
Events in the year 1824 in Art.