Artists in Paris: Mapping the 18th-Century Art World
Zoomed-in results around the Louvre for the year 1774; screen shot by Veronika Korbei from Hannah Williams and Chris Sparks, Artists in Paris: Mapping the 18th-Century Art World, www.artistsinparis.org (accessed 3 April 2018). As noted in the FAQs for the site, “there are 10,915 addresses in the database,” with coverage for “a total of 471 artists,” that is, for “every artist admitted to the Academy between 1675 and 1793.” Useful site details are available with the ‘settings’ tab.
is an open-access digital art history project funded by The Leverhulme Trust and supported by Queen Mary University of London. The Principal Investigator of the project is Dr Hannah Williams. The website was designed and built by Dr Chris Sparks. Artists in Paris
IntroductionParis is a city renowned for its artistic communities. Neighbourhoods like Montmartre and Montparnasse in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries are familiar spaces of artistic activity and sociability. But when it comes to earlier generations of artists, we know strikingly little about how they inhabited the city.
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The art of the Ancien Régime – centers, actors, objects
October 11 – December 4, 2017
Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte / Centre allemand d’histoire de l‘art
Hôtel Lully, 45, rue des Petits Champs
All lectures will be held at
6.00pm, S alle Julius Meier-Graefe, DFK Paris
This semester the DFK has the pleasure to host the following speakers:
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