Italian, 18th – 19th century, male.
Born 1732, in Perugia; died before 15 December 1810, in Perugia, where he was buried on that date, in S Teresa.
Painter, decorative designer, print publisher. Historical subjects. Church decoration.
A pupil of Fr. Busti, Orsini continued his training in Rome with Masucci and Capriozzi. He became the director of the academy of Perugia and executed many of the chancel pictures in the cathedral of Perugia....
Gode Krämer and Roberto Pontual
German family of painters, draughtsmen, and engravers. (1) Georg Philipp Rugendas I, an esteemed painter and graphic artist in Augsburg, established a print publishing house there in 1735. His sons Georg Philipp Rugendas II (1701–74), Christian Rugendas (1708–81), and Jeremias Gottlob Rugendas (1710–72) helped with this business, as did their descendants, including Georg Philipp II’s grandson, the engraver Johann Lorenz Rugendas II (1775–1826). (2) Johann Moritz Rugendas, the son of Johann Lorenz II, was noted particularly for his drawings and paintings of Brazil and other Latin American countries.
(b Augsburg, Nov 27, 1666; d Augsburg, May 9, 1742).
His father, a watchmaker, trained him in copper engraving, but after a fistula on his right hand forced him to abandon this he was apprenticed (...
French, 19th century, male.
Died 1855, in Paris.
Engraver (stippling), print publisher.
This artist was the eldest son of Jean Joseph Tassaert; he produced low-quality engravings of religious themes, portraits and genre subjects.