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German, 17th – 18th century, male.

Born 6 March 1658, in Hamburg; died 10 July 1724, in Vienna.

Painter. Religious subjects, hunting scenes, portraits, landscapes with figures, still-lifes, birds, still-lifes (including flowers/fruit/game). Decorative schemes, murals.

Von Tamm studied under Diedrich von Sosten and Hans Pfeiffer. He continued his studies in Rome, then Vienna, where he was appointed court painter and worked for the prince of Liechtenstein....


Belgian, 19th century, male.

Born 6 October 1811, in Brussels; died 28 March 1890, in St-Gilles.

Painter. Historical subjects, religious subjects, mythological subjects. Wall decorations.

François Tasson was a pupil of Joseph Paelinck and probably studied at the fine arts academy in Brussels. He imitated Paelinck's manner....


Italian, 18th century, male.

Born 1729 or 1732, in Volterra or Pisa; died 1802 or 1804, in Pisa.

Painter, fresco artist, decorative designer. Portraits, religious subjects.

According to the interesting catalogue kept by the museum of Pisa, Giovanni Baptista Tempesti was born in Pisa in ...


Italian, 18th century, male.

Born 5 March 1696, in Venice; died 27 March 1770, in Madrid.

Painter, fresco artist, engraver, draughtsman, decorative designer. History painting, religious subjects, mythological subjects, allegorical subjects, genre scenes, portraits. Murals.

Venetian School.

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo came from a wealthy family. His father Domenico di Giovanni Tiepolo, a ship’s captain, died in 1697, leaving six children from his marriage to Orsola Jugali. Tiepolo was enrolled in the Venetian painters’ guild in 1717, and in 1719 he married Cecilia Guardi, sister of the painter Francesco Guardi. Nine children were born of this union: five sons, of whom two (Giovanni Domenico and Lorenzo) became artists, and four daughters. Tiepolo trained under Gregorio Lazzarini, who enjoyed a considerable reputation in Italy at this time, but the young artist seems to have preferred to model his early work on that of Paolo Caliari and the more delicate Giambattista Piazzetta, before developing a mature style of his own. Together, Tiepolo and Guardi breathed new life into the Venetian school in the 18th century; however the jealousy and intrigues of Anton Raphael Mengs seem to have cast a shadow over the last years of Tiepolo’s life. Tiepolo’s work shows that he had a powerfully creative imagination. For the first 20 or so years of his career, he worked in Venice and the Veneto region. His earliest works were probably the frescoes he painted for the chapel of St Theresa in the church of the Scalzi in Venice (c. 1720). In 1726 he decorated the chapel of the Holy Sacrament in Udine Cathedral, and also worked in the archbishop’s palace. In 1731 he was in Milan, working in Palazzo Archinto and Palazzo Arcugnani. In 1733 he went to Bergamo, where he painted the ceiling of the Colleoni Chapel with ...


Italian, 16th century, male.

Born c. 1496, in Florence; died 1564, in Florence.

Painter, architect, decorative designer, miniaturist. Religious subjects, mythological subjects.

Tommaso di Stefano was the son of Tommaso di Giovanni Lunetti, a painter and architect working in Florence who collaborated with Michelangelo on the sacristy of S Lorenzo, was a friend of Lorenzo di Credi and sometimes associated with Piero di Cosimo. He was taught painting and architecture by his father but also studied under Lorenzo di Credi, whose style he imitated. He is known for a ...


French, 19th century, male.

Born 28 July 1848, in Paris; died 24 March 1907, in Paris, in 1909 according to some sources.

Painter, draughtsman, illustrator, engraver, decorative designer, watercolourist. History painting, religious subjects, mythological subjects, portraits, genre scenes, landscapes. Murals, designs for tapestries.

Édouard Toudouze was the younger son of Auguste Gabriel and Anaïs Toudouze. He studied under Isidore Pils, Monticelli, and his uncle, Auguste Leloir. Edouard Toudouze was a Prix de Rome laureate in 1871. He exhibited at the Paris Salon from 1867, then at the Salon des Artistes Français, where he was awarded a bronze medal in 1871 and a silver in 1877, as well as a silver medal at the 1889 Exposition Universelle. He was made a Chevalier of the Légion d'Honneur in 1889 and promoted to the rank of Officer in that order in 1903....


French, 19th century, male.

Born 1820, in Nice; died 1872, in Nice.

Painter, watercolourist, draughtsman, decorative designer. Religious subjects, portraits, genre scenes, landscapes.

Ercole Trachel was a member of a family of Nice-based painters. He studied under Charles Barbéri and at the Accademia in Turin. A retrospective of his work was held at the Galerie des Ponchettes in Nice in ...


Spanish, 18th century, male.

Born 25 December 1751, in Barcelona; died 3 July 1791, in Barcelona.

Painter, decorative designer. Religious subjects, architectural views.

Manuel Tramulles was the elder brother of Francisco Tramulles and studied under Veladomat. He founded a fine arts academy in Barcelona and trained many students....


Italian, 19th – 20th century, male.

Born 3 June 1847, in Bologna; died 16 April 1931, in Bologna.

Painter, decorative designer, lithographer. Religious subjects.

Trebbi studied at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Bologna and then with Alessandro Guardassoni. He painted some frescoes in Bologna Cathedral....


French, 18th century, male.

Born 1703, in Cholet; died 11 May 1739, in Paris.

Painter, draughtsman, decorative designer, engraver (etching). Religious subjects, mythological subjects, allegorical subjects, genre scenes, landscapes.

Had he lived longer, Pierre Charles Tremolière would certainly have been counted among the best decorators of the 18th century. He was the son of an Angevin gentleman who died young and whose wife soon remarried. He was sent to stay with a relation in Paris and entered the workshop of Van Loo, where he made rapid progress that was rewarded by a third-place medal in October 1723, a second-place medal in April 1724, a first-place in July 1725, and the second-place Grand Prix for the Rome scholarship in 1726. Under the patronage of the count of Caylus, however, he did obtain a scholarship and set off for Rome in 1728 with five other scholarship holders: the painters Bernard, Subleyras and Blanchet, the sculptor Michel René Slodtz, and the architect Étienne Le Bon....


Swiss, 18th century, male.

Sculptor (wood). Religious furnishings (altars).

Franz Anton Triner was the brother of Felix and Karl Meinrad Triner. Active during the second half of 18th century, he sculpted altars in the abbey church of St Zenobius in Arth, in collaboration with his brother Karl....


Swedish, 17th – 18th century, male.

Born 14 September 1662; died 25 June 1717, in Stockholm.

Miniaturist, enameller. Religious subjects, portraits.

Erik Utterheim painted Biblical scenes and portraits of princes and princesses.

Stockholm (Nationalmus.): Washing the Feet; The Last Supper; Christ at Gethsemane; Carrying the Cross...


Italian, 17th – 18th century, male.

Born 1676 or 1680, in Naples; died 1745 or 1750, in Naples.

Painter, sculptor, decorative designer. Religious subjects, mythological subjects. Murals.

Domenico Antonio Vaccaro was the son of Lorenzo Vaccaro. He decorated the ceilings in the parish church at Monte Vergine, but otherwise painted little, concentrating chiefly on sculpture and architecture....


Italian, 17th century, male.

Born c. 1655, in Naples; died 10 August 1706, in Torre del Greco (Naples).

Sculptor, stucco artist, decorative designer, goldsmith. Religious subjects, portraits. Decorative schemes.

Lorenzo Vaccaro was the father of Domenico Antonio Vaccaro, and a precursor of the Neapolitan Baroque, or ...


Spanish, 17th – 18th century, male.

Born 1661, in Seville; died 1724, in Cádiz.

Painter, engraver, draughtsman, decorative designer. Religious subjects, allegorical subjects, portraits, genre scenes. Murals.

Lucas de Valdés studied under his father, Juan de Valdés Leal. At the end of his career he was appointed as a mathematics teacher at the naval college in Cádiz, but he continued as an artist, working mainly as a draughtsman and engraver....


Austrian, 19th century, male.

Active in Brixen, South Tyrol (now Bressanone, Italy).

Born in the Ennenberg Valley.

Sculptor. Religious subjects. Religious furnishings (altars).

Augustin Valentin worked for churches in South Tyrol.


French, 17th century, male.

Born 3 January 1591, in Coulommiers (Seine-et-Marne); died 1632, buried on 20 August in Rome.

Painter. Religious subjects, historical subjects, allegorical subjects, figures, portraits, genre scenes, scenes with figures, interiors with figures, landscapes. Wall decorations.


Little was known of Valentin's life until comparatively recently and our knowledge is still incomplete. His father may have been a master glazier in Coulommiers and there may have been other artists in the family. In 1862, Anatole Dauverge claimed he was a member of the famous Boullongne or Boullogne family, which had its origins in either Boulogne or Bologna. We do not know whether Valentin de Boulogne received his training in Paris or Fontainebleau. He certainly went as a very young man to Rome, probably about 1612, and it was there he picked up the forename Moïse [Moses], which is probably only a corruption of 'monsu', a word Italians used at that time to designate Frenchmen....


Italian, 19th century, male.

Born 1787, in Rima San Giuseppe (Piedmont); died 1860, in Rima San Giuseppe.

Painter. Religious subjects. Decorative schemes.


Italian, 17th century, male.

Born c. 1583, in Coreggio; died c. 1650, in Rome.

Painter, fresco artist, draughtsman, engraver (etching), calligrapher, miniaturist, decorative designer, writer. Religious subjects, figures, genre scenes. Designs (embroidery).

Giovanni Luigi Valesio, the son of a Spanish soldier, began his colourful and varied career as a dancer, later becoming a decorative painter. In 1610, he became a pupil of Ludovico Carracci, who encouraged and developed his talent as a miniaturist, fresco artist and draughtsman. He is recorded as being in Rome in 1621, where he produced a series of remarkable embroidery designs for the Countess Lodovisi. He was also secretary to Cardinal Lodovisi, from whom he received a number of important commissions when the latter became pope, as Gregory XV....


Hungarian, 20th century, female.

Born 17 October 1879, in Gyor.

Painter. Still-lifes. Religious furnishings (altars).

Agnes Valker was a student of Liezen-Mayer.