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1831 in art

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1831 in art

Events from the year 1831 in art.

Contents

Events

  • Clarkson Stanfield's spectacular panorama Venice and Its Adjacent Islands is staged in London as part of the annual Christmas pantomime.
  • Publication of John Martin's mezzotint illustrations to The Bible begins.
  • New Society of Painters in Water Colours established in London.
  • Works

  • Sir William Beechey – Princess Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen
  • Karl Blechen – Tivoli Gardens at the Villa d'Este
  • Léon Cogniet – Jean-François Champollion
  • John Constable – Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows
  • Eugène Delacroix – A Young Tiger Playing with its Mother
  • Paul Delaroche – King Edward V and the Duke of York in the Tower of London
  • Joseph von Führich – Triumph of Christ (Raczyński Palace, Berlin)
  • Hiroshige – Famous Places in the Eastern Capital
  • Edwin Landseer – A Distinguished Member of the Humane Society
  • Ivan Martos – Alexander I Statue in Taganrog
  • Richard Westmacott – "The Copper Horse" (equestrian statue of George III of the United Kingdom, Windsor Great Park)
  • Births

  • February 23 – Hendrik Willem Mesdag, Dutch marine painter (died 1915)
  • March 12 – Benjamin Williams Leader (born Benjamin Leader Williams), English landscape painter (died 1923)
  • July 21 – Martha Maxwell, American naturalist and artist (died 1881)
  • July 28 – J. L. K. van Dort, Ceylonese illustrator (died 1898)
  • August 14 – Adolf von Becker, Finnish-born painter (died 1909)
  • October 26 – Nathaniel Hone the Younger, Irish painter (died 1917)
  • Deaths

  • February 17 – William Armfield Hobday, English portrait painter and miniaturist (born 1771)
  • March 22 – John Warwick Smith, British watercolour landscape painter and illustrator (born 1749)
  • April 8 – Domenico Aspari, Italian painter and engraver (born 1746)
  • May 8 – Emanuel Thelning, Swedish-born, Finnish painter (born 1767)
  • May 24 – James Peale, American miniaturist and still-life painter, a younger brother of Charles Willson Peale (born 1749)
  • May 25 – Mather Brown, portrait and historical painter (born 1761)
  • June 1 – John Jackson, English portrait painter (born 1778)
  • June 12 – Pierre Cartellier, French sculptor (born 1757)
  • June 18 – Francesco Manno, Italian painter and architect (born 1754)
  • July 11 – Richard Duppa, English writer and draughtsman (born 1770)
  • July 13 – James Northcote, English painter (born 1746)
  • August 5 – Richard Collins, English chief miniature and enamel painter to George III (born 1755)
  • August 17 – Patrick Nasmyth, Scottish landscape painter (born 1787)
  • August 27 – François Dumont, French painter of portrait miniatures (born 1751)
  • September 15 – Christian David Gebauer, Danish animal painter and etcher (born 1777)
  • September 17 – Joseph Lange, actor and amateur painter (born 1751)
  • November 5 – Johan Frederik Clemens, Danish etcher and printmaker (born 1749)
  • December 17 – Amalia von Helvig, German and Swedish artist, writer, translator, and influential intellectual (born 1776)
  • date unknown
  • Carl Conjola, German landscape painter (born 1773)
  • Ryōkan, Japanese Sōtō Zen Buddhist monk poet and calligrapher (born 1758)
  • References

    1831 in art Wikipedia


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