Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807): the artist as businesswoman | Romantic Illustration Network


A self-portrait In the Traditional Costume of the Bregenz Forest (1781)

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‘All I possess has been attained by my work and industry … ‘ (from Angelica Goddden’s Miss Angel, Kauffman)

Friends and readers,

I return to my series of blogs on women artists. Thus far in this second round, we’ve looked at Giovanna Garzoni (1600-70), Strange and magnificent still lifes; Sofonsiba and Lucia Anguissola (1535/6-1625; 1546/8-1565), Sober, contemplative and self-aware portraits; and Mary Beale(1633-99), An unknown famous Restoration painter. As in the first series I can’t ignore altogether those women artists whose work has been paid a great deal of attention to, at least at times, and if not uniformly respectfully. So we come to Angelica Kauffman, one of two women to help found…

Source: Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807): the artist as businesswoman | Romantic Illustration Network

6 thoughts on “Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807): the artist as businesswoman | Romantic Illustration Network

  1. This is not a style of painting I usually like, but the use of colour is remarkable in some of them. The article about her life made for very interesting reading too.
    Best wishes, Pete. x

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