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German, 18th century, male.

Born 1706, in Riedlingnen (Württemberg); died 1777, in Riedlingnen.

Sculptor. Religious subjects.

One of the sculptors of the German Rococo movement. With the cabinetmaker Martin Hermann he made the stalls of the Benedictine abbeys of Zwielfalten ( Scenes from the Life of the Virgin...

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Italian, 18th century, male.

Born 1679; died 1740.

Painter. History painting, religious subjects.

School of Rome.

Francesco Fernandi was working in Rome in 1730. Like Maratti, he eschewed fashionable Rococo influences on his work and adhered strictly to Classical models.

Rome (Church of S Eustachio): ...

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German, 18th century, male.

Born 23 February 1696, in Wernfels; died 29 October 1765.

Sculptor. Religious subjects.

A court sculptor and architect, Matthias Seybold is the most important representative of the Rococo style in Eichstätt, Germany. His work was inspired by religion and was produced mainly for the cathedral of Eichstätt....

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German, 18th century, male.

Born 1680; died 1727, in Augsburg (Bavaria).

Engraver (burin), draughtsman.

Johann Steinberger made engravings of religious subjects and scenes after the great French Rococo artist, Jean-Antoine Watteau.

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German, 18th century, male.

Born 10 December 1710, in Ehrenstetten; died 1 July 1797, in Freiburg.

Sculptor, architect. Religious subjects. Statues.

Wenzinger was one of the most important Rococo sculptors in southern Germany. He sculpted statues, tombs and Ways of the Cross for several churches. From ...

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Swedish, 18th century, male.

Born 1757, in Hemsö; died, in Nora.

Sculptor. Ornaments, furniture, religious furnishings.

Pehr Westman adopted a Rococo, then a Neo-Classical style. The museum in Härnösand has a door by him and a ceremonial bed.