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Flemish School, 18th century, female.

Born 29 August 1690, in Bruges; died 14 September 1747.

Painter, embroiderer. Religious subjects, landscapes.

Anna Louise de Deyster copied the works of her father Lodewyk so skilfully that her copies cannot be distinguished from the originals. She wrote a biography of her father. A landscape artist, she also painted churches, did embrodery work and was a musician....


Italian, 18th century, male.

Active in Florence.

Painter. Church decoration, tapestry designs.

Giuseppe Moriani was a pupil of A. Giusti. From 1729, he was a painter at the Manufacture Royale des Gobelins, the famous Parisian tapestry firm.


Italian, 18th century, female.

Born 14 December 1729, in Padua; died 18 June 1763, in Padua.

Painter, embroiderer. Portraits, religious subjects.

Maria Scanferla painted a St Teresa and a portrait in pastels of Pope Clement XIII.