18th century italian fashion

18th century italian fashion
18th-CENTURY ART
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  • Rococo Artists (list and links provided through the Artcyclopedia)
  • European Art in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: Thematic Essays (through the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History)
    • Annibale Carracci (1560–1609)
    • Arms and Armor—Common Misconceptions and Frequently Asked Questions
    • Art of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries in Naples
    • The Art, Form, and Function of Gilt Bronze in the French Interior
    • Arts of the Mission Schools in Mexico
    • Arts of the Spanish Americas, 1550–1850
    • Auguste Renoir (1841–1919)
    • The Ballet
    • Baroque Rome
    • Botanical Imagery in European Painting
    • Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi) (1571–1610) and his Followers
    • Colonial Kero Cups
    • Commedia dell'arte
    • Commercial Exchange, Diplomacy, and Religious Difference between Venice and the Islamic world
    • Costume in The Metropolitan Museum of Art
    • Couples in Art
    • The Croome Court Tapestry Room, Worcestershire
    • The Decoration of Arms and Armor
    • The Decoration of European Armor
    • The Development of the Recorder
    • Domenichino (Domenico Zampieri) (1581–1641)
    • Early Netherlandish Painting
    • East and West: Chinese Export Porcelain
    • The Eighteenth Century: From Geometric to Informal Gardens
    • Eighteenth-Century European Dress
    • The Eighteenth-Century Pastel Portrait
    • Eighteenth-Century Silhouette and Support
    • Eighteenth-Century Women Painters in France
    • English Embroidery of the Late Tudor and Stuart Eras
    • English Silver, 1600–1800
    • Europe and the Islamic World, 1600–1800
    • European Clocks in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century
    • European Exploration of the Pacific, 1600–1800
    • European Tapestry Production and Patronage, 1600–1800
    • Fashion in European Armor
    • Fire Gilding of Arms and Armor
    • Food and Drink in European Painting, 1400–1800
    • François Boucher (1703–1770)
    • Francisco de Goya (1746–1828) and the Spanish Enlightenment
    • Frans Hals (1582/83–1666)
    • The French Academy in Rome
    • French Decorative Arts during the Reign of Louis XIV (1654–1715)
    • French Furniture in the Eighteenth Century: Case Furniture
    • French Furniture in the Eighteenth Century: Seat Furniture
    • French Porcelain in the Eighteenth Century
    • French Silver in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
    • From Italy to France: Gardens in the Court of Louis XIV and After
    • Furnishings during the Reign of Louis XIV (1654–1715)
    • Gardens of Western Europe, 1600–1800
    • Genre Painting in Northern Europe
    • German and Austrian Porcelain in the Eighteenth Century
    • Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598–1680)
    • Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720–1778)
    • Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696–1770)
    • The Golden Age of French Furniture in the Eighteenth Century
    • The Golden Harpsichord of Michele Todini (1616–1690)
    • The Grand Tour
    • The Guitar
    • Heroes in Italian Mythological Prints
    • The Idea and Invention of the Villa
    • Interior Design in England, 1600–1800
    • Islamic Art and Culture: the Venetian Perspective
    • Italian Porcelain in the Eighteenth Century
    • Ivory and Boxwood Carvings, 1450–1800
    • James Cox (ca. 1723–1800): Goldsmith and Entrepreneur
    • Jean Antoine Watteau (1684–1721)
    • Jean-Antoine Houdon (1741–1828)
    • Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732–1806)
    • Joachim Tielke (1641–1719)
    • Johannes Vermeer (1632–1675)
    • Johannes Vermeer (1632–1675) and The Milkmaid
    • The Kilt
    • The Kirtlington Park Room, Oxfordshire
    • The Lansdowne Dining Room, London
    • The Legacy of Jacques-Louis David (1748–1825)
    • List of Rulers of Europe
    • Lovers in Italian Mythological Prints
    • The Lute
    • The Manila Galleon Trade (1565–1815)
    • The Materials and Techniques of English Embroidery of the Late Tudor and Stuart Eras
    • Military Music in American and European Traditions
    • Musical Terms for the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
    • The Neoclassical Temple
    • Neoclassicism
    • Nicolas Poussin (1594–1665)
    • The Nude in Baroque and Later Art
    • The Opera
    • Orientalism in Nineteenth-Century Art
    • Orientalism: Visions of the East in Western Dress
    • Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640) and Anthony van Dyck (1599–1641): Paintings
    • Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640) and Anthony van Dyck (1599–1641): Works on Paper
    • The Piano: The Pianofortes of Bartolomeo Cristofori (1655–1731)
    • Poets in Italian Mythological Prints
    • Poets, Lovers, and Heroes in Italian Mythological Prints
    • Polychrome Sculpture in Spanish America
    • Portrait Painting in England, 1600–1800
    • Portraiture in Renaissance and Baroque Europe
    • The Printed Image in the West: Aquatint
    • The Printed Image in the West: Drypoint
    • The Printed Image in the West: Etching
    • The Printed Image in the West: Mezzotint
    • Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669): Paintings
    • Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669): Prints
    • Saint Petersburg
    • Seventeenth-Century European Watches
    • Shoes in The Costume Institute
    • Still-Life Painting in Northern Europe, 1600–1800
    • Still-Life Painting in Southern Europe, 1600–1800
    • Talavera de Puebla
    • Techniques of Decoration on Arms and Armor
    • Textile Production in Europe: Embroidery, 1600–1800
    • Textile Production in Europe: Lace, 1600–1800
    • Textile Production in Europe: Printed, 1600–1800
    • Textile Production in Europe: Silk, 1600–1800
    • Velázquez (1599–1660)
    • Venice and the Islamic World, 828–1797
    • Venice in the Eighteenth Century
    • Venice's Principal Muslim Trading Partners: the Mamluks, the Ottomans, and the Safavids
    • Violin Makers: Nicolò Amati (1596–1684) and Antonio Stradivari (ca. 1644–1737)
    • Watercolor Painting in Britain, 1750–1850
    • William Blake (1757–1827)
    • Wisteria Dining Room, Paris
  • Neoclassical Artists (list and links provided through the Artcyclopedia)
  • Italian Artists in the Eighteenth Century (through the Web Gallery of Art, created by Emil Kren and Daniel Marx)
  • Dutch Artists in the Eighteenth Century (through the Web Gallery of Art, created by Emil Kren and Daniel Marx)
  • German Artists in the Eighteenth Century (through the Web Gallery of Art, created by Emil Kren and Daniel Marx)
  • Austrian Artists in the Eighteenth Century (through the Web Gallery of Art, created by Emil Kren and Daniel Marx)
  • Swiss Artists in the Eighteenth Century (through the Web Gallery of Art, created by Emil Kren and Daniel Marx)
  • Swedish Artists in the Eighteenth Century (through the Web Gallery of Art, created by Emil Kren and Daniel Marx)
  • English Artists in the Eighteenth Century (through the Web Gallery of Art, created by Emil Kren and Daniel Marx)
  • Scottish Artists in the Eighteenth Century (through the Web Gallery of Art, created by Emil Kren and Daniel Marx)
  • French Artists in the Eighteenth Century (through the Web Gallery of Art, created by Emil Kren and Daniel Marx)
  • American Artists in the Eighteenth Century (through the Web Gallery of Art, created by Emil Kren and Daniel Marx)
  • Rococo (through ArtLex)
  • Paintings in the Pinacoteca Vaticana (through The Holy See, The Vatican)
  • 18th-Century Architecture (through Jeffery Howe's Digital Archive of European Architecture, Boston College)
  • Trevi Fountain, Rome (through Thais)
  • Baroque, Rococo, & Neoclassical Architecture (through Howard Partridge's Cupola)
  • Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire
  • Castle Howard
  • George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate & Gardens
  • Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson
  • Stratford Hall Plantation (birthplace of Robert E. Lee)
  • Colonial & Early American Buildings (through Howard Partridge's Cupola)
  • 18th Century Painting (through Jeffery Howe's Digital Archive of Art: Online images from Boston College), with links to:
  • French and Italian Painting of the 18th Century, in the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, with tours
  • Canaletto (Giovanni Antonio Canal) 335 paintings (licensed under Creative Commons)
  • Canaletto (through The WebMuseum)
  • Painting in 18th-century France (through The WebMuseum), with links to:
  • Painting in 18th-century England (through The WebMuseum), with links to:
  • Neoclassicism (through ArtLex)
  • Painting in the 18th century in other countries (through The WebMuseum), with links to:
  • L'Arte Neoclassica (in Italian, through Storia dell'Arte Italiana)
  • Italian Sculpture: Eighteenth Century (through Thais: 1200 years of Italian Sculpture)
  • Watson and the Shark by John Singleton Copley in the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
  • The William Blake Archive
  • Eighteenth-Century Artists (through Olga's Gallery)
    • Aleksey Antropov (Russian, 1716-1795)
    • Andrey Matveev (Russian, 1702-1739)
    • Ivan Nikitin (Russian, 1680s-1742)
    • Fedor Alekseev (Russian, 1753-1824)
    • Bernardo Bellotto (Italian, 1720/21-1780)
    • Canaletto (Italian, 1697-1768)
    • Louis Caravaque (French, 1684-1754)
    • Carl-Ludwig Johann Christineck (Russian-German, 1732/3 - 1792/94)
    • Francesco Fontebasso (Italian, 1709-1769)
    • Thomas Gainsborough (English, 1727-1788)
    • Francisco de Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746-1828)
    • Georg Christoph Grooth (German 1716-1749)
    • William Hogarth (English, 1697-1764)
    • Anton Raphael Mengs (German, 1728-1779)
    • Jean-Laurent Mosnier (French, 1743/4-1808)
    • Antoine Pesne (French, 1683-1757)
    • Georg Caspar Prenner (German, 1720-1766)
    • Sir Henry Raeburn (Scottish, 1756-1823)
    • Allan Ramsay (Scottish, 1713-1784)
    • Fedor Rokotov (Russian, 1735-1808)
    • Semion Shchedrin (Russian, 1745-1804)
    • George Stubbs (English, 1724-1806)
    • Johann Gottfried Tannauer (German, 1680-1737)
    • Michael Terebenev (Russian, 1795-1866)
    • Stefano Torelli (Italian, 1712-1780)
    • Angelica Kauffman (Swiss, 1741-1807)
    • Louise-Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun (French, 1755-1842)
    • Ivan Vishnyakov (Russian, 1699-1761)
    • Jean-Louis Voille (French, c.1744-c.1803)
    • Jean-Antoine Watteau (French, 1684-1721)
    • Vladimir Borovikovsky (Russian, 1757-1825)
  • Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun (1755-1842) (Kevin J. Kelly)
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