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Tadeusz Chrzanowski

Polish goldsmith, engraver and writer. He produced engraved frontispieces for J. Liberius’s book The Blessed Virgin Mary’s Sea Star (1670) and his own work St Elegius’s Life … (1687). He is noted in the guild records from 1689. Few of his silver pieces have been identified, as he did not use name marks. The impressive monstrance in St Mary’s church in Kraków is attributed to him. Works that are certainly by him include the ‘robes’ on the painting of the ...


M. J. C. Otten

Dutch etcher, draughtsman, painter, sculptor, medallist and writer. He is best known for his political caricatures of Louis XIV of France and for his prints glorifying William III, Stadholder of the Netherlands and King of England. De Hooghe is an important representative of the late Dutch Baroque. His style is characterized by strong contrasts of lights and darks and an expressive composition. In his prints he combined contemporary personalities with allegorical figures. His prints are numerous, but few of his drawings survive and his paintings are rarer still. De Hooghe’s first commission for an etching probably came from ...


Ferenc Batári

Hungarian goldsmith and writer. He studied in his birthplace and later worked in various towns in Transylvania. In 1655 he returned to Nagyvárad and became a member of the goldsmiths’ guild. He fled from the Turkish invasion to Kassa in Upper Hungary, where, in 1663...


Philip Attwood

English medallist and playwright. Apprenticed as a goldsmith and gem-engraver, he is also thought to have studied under Nicolas Briot, with whom he worked at the Royal Mint, London. His earliest medal, which portrays William Wade (silver and gilt; hfg 103), is dated 1641; like most of Rawlins’s medals, it is cast and chased. Following the outbreak of the Civil War (...


Christiaan Schuckman

Dutch painter, etcher, mezzotint engraver, draughtsman, instrument maker, modeller, goldsmith, shipbuilder and writer. According to Nagler, Silo worked as a master shipbuilder and sea captain until he was 30, but by c. 1694 or shortly after he had learnt how to paint from Theodor van Pee (...


Italian, 17th – 18th century, male.

Born 1676, in Florence; died after 1740.

Painter, architect, sculptor, medallist, writer.

Girolamo Ticciati produced many statues for churches in Florence, as well as funeral monuments and busts.


Emma Packer

French metalworker and designer, active in England. He was one of the most influential ironworkers in England in the late 17th century and the early 18th. He arrived in England in 1689 as a Huguenot refugee, and there is no record of work by him in either France or in the Netherlands. His work is notable for its extravagant use of modelled leafwork, elaborate repoussé decoration that dominates the forged work and his fondness for such motifs as masks, acanthus leaves, swags and scrollwork. Many of his designs were based on the work of Daniel Marot I. Tijou is also credited with introducing interlaced monograms, a device used by English locksmiths, into English ironwork....