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1862 in art

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1862 in art

Events from the year 1862 in art.

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Events

  • May 1 – November 1 – 1862 International Exhibition held at South Kensington in London. Notable artistic displays include a large picture gallery; work shown by William Morris's decorative arts firm of Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Company; and an exhibit from Japan influential in the development of Anglo-Japanese style.
  • Claude Monet becomes a student of Charles Gleyre in Paris, where he meets Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Frédéric Bazille and Alfred Sisley, sharing new approaches to painting en plein air.
  • Works

  • Paul-Jacques-Aimé Baudry – The Pearl and the Wave
  • Albert Bierstadt
  • The Fishing Fleet
  • Guerrilla Warfare, Civil War
  • Herman Wilhelm Bissen – Isted Lion (bronze)
  • George Price Boyce – At Binsey, near Oxford
  • William Burges - Great Bookcase
  • Gustave Courbet – Femme nue couchée
  • Thomas Crawford (posthumous) – Statue of Freedom (bronze for dome of United States Capitol)
  • Eugène Delacroix – Ovid among the Scythians (second version)
  • Augustus Egg – The Travelling Companions
  • Anselm Feuerbach – Iphigenia (first version)
  • William Powell Frith – The Railway Station
  • Walter Greaves – Hammersmith Bridge on Boat-Race Day
  • Arthur Hughes – Home from Sea (reworking of The Mother's Grave)
  • Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres – The Turkish Bath (original form)
  • Edward Lear – Philæ and Beachy Head (pair of paintings)
  • Édouard Manet
  • Music in the Tuileries (National Gallery, London)
  • Lola de Valence (Musée d'Orsay, Paris)
  • The Old Musician
  • Mlle. Victorine Meurent in the Costume of an Espada (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)
  • The Street Singer (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
  • Robert Braithwaite Martineau – The Last Day in the Old Home
  • Jan Matejko – Stańczyk
  • Jean-Louis-Ernest Meissonier – Napoleon I in 1814
  • Jean-François Millet – L'homme à la houe ("The Man With the Hoe")
  • Moritz Daniel Oppenheim – The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara
  • Moritz von Schwind – The Honeymoon
  • James Tissot – The Return of the Prodigal Son
  • G. F. Watts – approximate date
  • Lady Margaret Beaumont and her Daughter
  • Sisters
  • Edith Villiers
  • James McNeill Whistler
  • The Last of Old Westminster
  • Symphony in White, No. 1: The White Girl
  • Births

  • March 17 – Charles Laval, French painter (died 1894)
  • March 24 – Frank Weston Benson, American Impressionist painter (died 1951)
  • April 26 – Edmund C. Tarbell, American Impressionist painter (died 1938)
  • June 14 – Herbert Dicksee, English painter (died 1942)
  • July 14 – Gustav Klimt, Austrian Symbolist painter (died 1918)
  • July 29 – Robert Reid, American Impressionist painter (died 1928)
  • September 12 – Carl Eytel, German American artist (died 1925)
  • October 26 – Hilma af Klint, Swedish abstract painter and mystic (died 1944)
  • December 3 – Charles Grafly, American sculptor (died 1929)
  • date unknown – Adam Emory Albright, American painter of figures in landscapes (died 1957)
  • Deaths

  • January 3 – Matthew Cotes Wyatt, English painter and sculptor (born 1777)
  • February 15 – Heinrich Adam, German painter (born 1787)
  • March 18 – Charles Bird King, American portrait artist who notably painted Native American delegates visiting Washington, D.C. (born 1785)
  • March 19 – Friedrich Wilhelm Schadow, German Romantic painter (born 1789)
  • May – Alexandre-François Caminade, French religious and portrait painter (born 1783)
  • May 14 – Karl Joseph Brodtmann, Swiss artist, lithographer, printmaker, publisher and bookseller (born 1787)
  • July 7 – Friedrich Gauermann, Austrian painter (born 1807)
  • July 17 – Étienne Bouhot, French painter and art teacher (born 1780)
  • August 7 – William Turner of Oxford, English topographical watercolourist (born 1789)
  • August 10 – Erin Corr, Irish engraver (born 1793)
  • August 28 – Albrecht Adam, German painter of battles and horses (born 1786)
  • September 20 – Peter Andreas Brandt, Norwegian painter and illustrator (born 1792)
  • October 29 – John Cox Dillman Engleheart, English miniaturist (born 1784)
  • Undated – Jean-Pierre Montagny, French medallist and coiner (born 1789)
  • References

    1862 in art Wikipedia


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