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Angelica Kauffmann
A feminist prodigy charms the European elite

Portrait of Angelica Kauffmann

Angelica Kauffmann was a Swiss Female Artist born on October 30, 1741. Kauffmann contributed to the Neoclassical movement, worked in Italy, Austria and England and died on November 5, 1807.

Portrait of John Apthorp and His Daughters, Angelica Kauffmann

Portrait of John Apthorp and His Daughters 1764

Portrait of Philip Tisdall with his Wife and Family, Angelica Kauffmann

Portrait of Philip Tisdall with his Wife and Family 1770

The Family of The Earl of Gower, Angelica Kauffmann

The Family of The Earl of Gower 1772

Ariadne Abandoned by Theseus, Angelica Kauffmann

Ariadne Abandoned by Theseus 1774

Self Portrait, Angelica Kauffmann

Self Portrait 1770 – 1775

Female Allegory, Angelica Kauffmann

Female Allegory 1780

Ferdinand IV King of Naples and his Family, Angelica Kauffmann

Ferdinand IV King of Naples and his Family 1782 – 1783

Portrait of Prince Stanislaus Poniatowski, Angelica Kauffmann

Portrait of Prince Stanislaus Poniatowski 1786

Bacchus and Ariadne, Angelica Kauffmann

Bacchus and Ariadne 1794

Anna von Escher van Muralt, Angelica Kauffmann

Anna von Escher van Muralt 1800

Portrait of Wojciech Męcinski, Angelica Kauffmann

Portrait of Wojciech Męcinski 1800

Self Portrait, Angelica Kauffmann

Self Portrait 1800

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