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Italian, 17th century, male.

Active in Ferrara.

Died c. 1628.

Painter, architect. History painting, religious subjects.


Italian, 16th century, female.

Born c. 1536, in Mantua; died c. 1590, in Rome.

Painter, engraver (burin). Religious subjects, genre scenes.

Diana Ghisi was the daughter of Giovanni-Battista Ghisi and the wife of the architect. F. de Vollerre. She engraved religious, genre and historical subjects after Giulio Romano....


Italian, 17th century, male.

Born 1632, in Milan, in 1623 according to some sources, in 1624 according to others; died 1683, in Milan.

Painter, fresco artist. Religious subjects, mythological subjects, landscapes with figures, architectural views.

Ghisolfi was a pupil of Salvator Rosa who painted frescoes in Pavia, Genoa, Naples and Rome. He lost his sight in later life and died blind....


Italian, 19th century, male.

Born 1806, in Naples,; died 1876, in Naples.

Painter (including gouache), watercolourist, engraver, lithographer, draughtsman. Religious subjects, genre scenes, landscapes, landscapes with figures, architectural views.

Giacinto Gigante studied painting first with Huber and then with Antonie Pitloo. In 1846 he accompanied the emperor and empress of Russia to Sicily, and was then appointed drawing master to the family of Ferdinand II. He won a first prize in Brussels. Among his paintings is ...


Italian, 16th century, male.

Born c. 1500, in Siena; died January 1559.

Painter, architect. History painting, religious subjects, decorative motifs (grotesques).

Giorgio da Siena studied under Mecherino, then Giovanni da Udine.

London, 8 July 1992: Virgin with St Anne, St Catherine and St John the Baptist...



Italian, 13th – 14th century, male.

Born 1266/1267, in Colle di Vespignano (Tuscany); died 8 January 1337, in Florence.

Painter, fresco artist, architect. Religious subjects.

Florentine School.

Giotto is regarded by most to be the founder of the central tradition of Western painting. His work broke away from the stylisations of Byzantine art, introduced new ideals of naturalism, and created a convincing sense of pictorial space and drama. Giotto was duly recognised by his contemporaries, who imitated him and memorialised him in literary sources, and by later generations of artists....


Italian, 16th century, male.

Born 1499, in Rome; died 1 November 1546., in Mantua

Painter (including gouache and fresco), draughtsman, decorative artist, architect, engineer. Historical, mythological, religious and military subjects; battle scenes, portraits, animals. Murals, wall decorations.

School of Rome.

Knowledge of Giulio Romano’s early career stems from Giorgio Vasari, who wrote that Giulio worked as an assistant in Raphael’s workshop, and became a well-loved pupil. By 1516, he was working in the Stanza dell’Incendio in the papal apartments (Vatican Palace, 1509–1517), executing Raphael’s designs for the fresco narratives. Giulio also played a prominent role in painting the adjoining Loggia of Leo X de’ Medici (1518–1519), alongside Giovanni da Udine and other members of Raphael’s workshop. Raphael received commissions to decorate the Villa Farnesina (Rome, 1513) for Agostino Chigi, and design and decorate the Villa Madama for the future Pope Clement VII de’ Medici (Rome, commissioned 1518), and Giulio participated in both projects. When Raphael died in 1520, Giulio inherited Raphael’s workshop, along with Giovan Francesco Penni, and the two completed a number of his unfinished works, most notably the frescoes in the Sala di Costantino (Vatican Palace, 1519–1524), for which Raphael had left drawings that Giulio likely modified. Giulio adapted Raphael’s use of classical forms in his work, borrowing images from ancient sculpture and reliefs, yet he also incorporated greater ornament and a subtle wit that distinguished him from his master....


German, 19th century, male.

Born 18 March 1816, in Berlin; died 8 April 1884, in Berlin.

Painter, watercolourist, draughtsman (including ink), engraver. Historical subjects, church interiors, landscapes, architectural views.

Graeb studied with his father-in-law, J Gerst, and at the academy of art in Berlin. After visiting Switzerland, France and various parts of Italy, he returned to Berlin, where he was appointed painter to the court of Frederick William IV and Queen Elizabeth. He became a member of the academies of art in Amsterdam and Vienna, and of the Brussels society of watercolourists. He received awards between 1852 and 1875, the most notable being at the Exposition Universelle in Paris in 1855....


Swiss, 19th century, male.

Born 6 October 1806, in Coppet; died 2 April 1886, in Geneva.

Painter. Architectural views, church interiors.

Graf-Reinhart lived in Bern and married Emilia Reinhart.

Geneva (MAH): Church Interior at Palermo; Monreale Cathedral


Italian, 17th century, male.

Born 1606, in Bologna; died 1680, in Rome.

Painter, draughtsman, engraver, decorative designer, architect. Religious subjects, mythological subjects, portraits, landscapes, landscapes with figures. Murals.

Giovanni Francesco Grimaldi was related to the Carracci family, and received an artistic training at the school of these masters that was as advanced and extensive as this outstanding era could provide. He was later 'prince' of the Accademia di S Luca twice. He was highly respected as a portraitist, was an expert in the art of engraving, and was highly accomplished in the area of decoration, architecture, and in the use of perspective. He was particularly skilful in the practice of ...


French, 20th – 21st century, male.

Born 1952, in Chalon-sur-Saône.

Painter. Religious subjects, figures, portraits, landscapes with figures, still-lifes.

Guérin studied architecture, and began painting in 1974. He lives and works in Alfortville. In his paintings of figures - Breton Crucifix; Figurines in Terracotta, Shower Cap...


Italian, 16th – 17th century, male.

Born 1544, in Modena; died 1618, in Rome.

Painter, draughtsman, engraver, architect. Religious subjects.

Giovanni Guerra went to Rome at the age of 18 and in collaboration with Cesare Nebbia painted some of the works commissioned by Pope Sextus V. He engraved 48 plates entitled ...


French, 19th century, male.

Born 1840, in Paris; died 1893, in Paris.

Painter, architect. Architectural views, church interiors.

Georges Guiaud studied under Cogniet, Guénepin and Giraud. From 1868 to 1876, he sent watercolours to the Salon, including: Small Garden of the Hôtel de Cluny; Moret Church...


Dutch, 17th century, male.

Born between 1590 and 1595, in Leiden; died after 1654.

Painter. Religious subjects, architectural views, interiors, church interiors.

This artist was dean of the painters' guild in Utrecht in 1616.

Amsterdam: The Angel Gabriel Appearing to Zacharius...


Dutch, 17th century, male.

Born 1615 or 1620; died 23 May 1669, in The Hague.

Painter, draughtsman. Religious subjects, hunting scenes, landscapes with figures, landscapes, waterscapes, harbour scenes, architectural views, animals.

From 1640 onwards, Joris van der Hagen worked in The Hague. In 1643, he belonged to the guild in The Hague. He married Magadalena Tymans in 1642. In 1652, he was elected member of the comity of the guild, and in 1656, he was one of the founders of the ...


Danish, 19th century, male.

Born 23 November 1821, in Haderslev; died 11 July 1890, in Copenhagen.

Painter. Historical subjects, church interiors, architectural interiors, interiors with figures, architectural views.

Heinrich Hansen was a pupil at the academy of fine art in Copenhagen. He became a professor, going on to become vice-director of the academy. He participated in various collective exhibitions: in Vienna (1873); in Berlin (1889) where he received an honourable mention; and in Munich (1889 and 1890)....


Danish, 19th – 20th century, male.

Born 1848, in Copenhagen; died 1912.

Painter, watercolourist, illustrator. Interiors, landscapes with figures, urban landscapes, architectural views, ruins, interiors, church interiors.

Copenhagen: View of St Mark's in Venice; View of the Villa Borghese in Rome

Copenhagen (Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek): View of the Tomb of A.J. Varstens in Rome...


German, 18th century, male.

Born 1695, in Brunswick; died probably in 1745, in Kassel.

Painter. Religious subjects, landscapes, architectural views, still-lifes (game).

Anton Harms was the son and pupil of Oswald Harms. An altar painting in the cathedral at Brunswick, Ascension, by this artist can be seen. The museum at Oslo holds ...


Swiss, 16th – 17th century, male.

Born 15 June 1564, in Basel; died 15 October 1609, in Prague.

Painter, draughtsman, architect. Religious subjects, allegorical subjects, mythological subjects, portraits.

Prague School.

Joseph Heinz the Elder studied under Hans Bock in the Basel art school and with Hans von Aachen in Rome in 1584. From 1590 to 1594 he was employed in Prague by Emperor Rudolph II, who later sent him to Italy to make copies of classical works. He returned to Prague in 1598. He also worked as an architect and produced plans for the court of the Wittembergs in 1602-1603.He painted portraits and is particularly noted for his ...


Flemish, 16th century, male.

Painter. Religious subjects, architectural views.

Flemish School.

Lowigs Heme was a pupil of Pieter Ulrich in Courtrai. Van Mander deems him one of the best painters of that town.