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Angelica KauffmannA feminist prodigy charms the European elite

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

"She comes before us through a mist of tender memories. A sweet artistic woman, made  doubly interesting by her sad story of  betrayal, by her beauty and her grace, and by  a sympathetic attraction which won all hearts  in her lifetime."

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Portrait of John Apthorp and His Daughters

1764

Portrait of Philip Tisdall with his Wife and Family

1770

The Family of The Earl of Gower

1772

Ariadne Abandoned by Theseus

1774

Self Portrait

1770-1775

Female Allegory

1780

Ferdinand IV King of Naples and his Family

1782-1783

Portrait of Prince Stanislaus Poniatowski

1786

Bacchus and Ariadne

1794

Anna von Escher van Muralt

1800

Portrait of Wojciech Męcinski

1800

Self Portrait

1800

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