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1892 in art

Events

  • May – The Brotherhood of The Linked Ring is founded by Henry Peach Robinson in England to promote photography as a fine art
  • November – "The Munch Affair": Adelsteen Normann, on behalf of the Union of Berlin Artists, invites Edvard Munch to stage a one-man exhibition. However, his paintings evoke bitter controversy and after one week the exhibition is closed; Munch's paintings are moved to the Equitable Palast.
  • James McNeill Whistler stages his major retrospective exhibition, Nocturnes, Marines and Chevalet pieces at Goupil & Cie's London gallery, then moves to Paris.
  • Claude Monet begins painting his Rouen Cathedral series
  • Munich Secession
  • Awards

  • Legion of Honour (France) – James McNeill Whistler
  • Paintings

  • Ivan Aivazovsky – Brig "Mercury" Attacked by Two Turkish Ships
  • José Ferraz de Almeida Júnior – Leitura ("Reading")
  • John Henry Frederick Bacon – The Wedding Morning
  • Gustave Caillebotte
  • Nasturtiums
  • Portrait of the artist
  • Gustaf Cederström – Magnus Stenbock in Malmö
  • John Collier – Lilith
  • Thomas Eakins – The Concert Singer
  • James Ensor
  • Man of Sorrows (Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerp)
  • The Skate
  • Paul Gauguin
  • Aha Oe Feii?
  • Spirit of the Dead Watching
  • When Will You Marry?
  • J. W. Godward
  • At The Garden Shrine, Pompeii
  • The Betrothed
  • Classical Beauty
  • Far Away Thoughts (two versions)
  • Leaning On The Balcony
  • The Playground
  • With Violets Wreathed And Robe Of Saffron Hue
  • P. S. Krøyer – Summer Evening at Skagen. The Artist's Wife and Dog by the Shore
  • Sir Frederic Leighton – The Garden of the Hesperides
  • Juan Luna
  • The Parisian Life
  • Peuple et Rois
  • Jacek Malczewski
  • Christmas Eve in Siberia
  • Self-portrait with palette
  • Francis Davis Millet
  • An Autumn Idyll
  • Between Two Fires
  • Albert Joseph Moore – Lightning and Light
  • Edvard Munch
  • The Artist's Sister, Inger
  • August Stindberg
  • Evening on Karl Johan
  • John Singer Sargent – Mrs. Hugh Hammersley
  • Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
  • La Goulue arriving at the Moulin Rouge (Museum of Modern Art, New York)
  • At the Moulin Rouge
  • At the Moulin Rouge: two women waltzing
  • Quadrille at the Moulin Rouge
  • Posters for Aristide Bruant
  • Henry Scott Tuke – Mrs Florence Humphris
  • Félix Vallotton
  • Bathers on a Summer Evening (1892–93)
  • The Invalid
  • Édouard Vuillard – Self-Portrait
  • Sculptures

  • Christopher Columbus (Sunol), New York City
  • Charles E. Barber – United States Barber coinage
  • Jean-Léon Gérôme – Bellona
  • Other

  • The Diamond Trellis Egg is presented to Maria Feodorovna by her husband Alexander III of Russia
  • Births

  • 13 February – Grant Wood, painter (died 1942).
  • 14 May – Marjorie Watson-Williams, English painter (died 1984).
  • 30 May – Fernando Amorsolo, Filipino painter (died 1972).
  • 31 May – Michel Kikoine, painter (died 1968).
  • 15 July – Walter Benjamin, German philosopher, "comparatists" and art critic (died 1940).
  • July 19 – Suzanne Malherbe, French illustrator and designer (died 1972).
  • July 24 – Marcel Gromaire, French painter (died 1971).
  • 7 August – Einar Forseth, Swedish artist.
  • 16 August – Otto Messmer, American animator (died 1983).
  • 11 October – Anton Räderscheidt, German painter (died 1970).
  • 16 October – Adolf Ziegler, German painter and politician (died 1959).
  • 23 November – Romain de Tirtoff, Russian-born French artist and designer (died 1990).
  • 7 December – Stuart Davis, painter (died 1964).
  • Undated
  • Lang Jingshan, Chinese photographer (died 1995).
  • Veljko Stanojević, Serbian painter (died 1967).
  • Deaths

  • January 11 – Amanda Sidwall, Swedish painter and illustrator (born 1844)
  • January 14 – Alexander Jackson Davis, American architect and illustrator (born 1803)
  • January 20 – Louis Pierre Henriquel-Dupont, French engraver (born 1797)
  • February 27 – Louis Vuitton, French designer (born 1821)
  • March 3 – Fedor Solntsev, Russian painter and art historian (born 1801)
  • March 21 – Anthon van Rappard, Dutch painter (born 1858)
  • June 1 – Louis Janmot, French painter (born 1814)
  • October 5 – Albert Aurier, French Symbolist poet, art critic and painter (born 1865)
  • October 7 – Thomas Woolner, English sculptor and poet (born 1825)
  • October 29 – William Harnett, Irish American trompe l'oeil painter (born 1848)
  • Undated
  • John Lewis Brown, French painter (born 1829)
  • Walter Hood Fitch, British botanical artist (born 1817)
  • Serafino De Tivoli, Italian painter (born 1826)
  • References

    1892 in art Wikipedia


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