Angelica Kauffman (RA) Royal Academy of Arts, London Sackler Wing of Galleries 1 March – 30 June 2024 In spring 2024, the Royal Academy will celebrate the life and work of Angelica Kauffman (1741–1807), founding member of the Royal Academy and one of the most acclaimed artists of her time. Born in Switzerland in 1741, Kauffman was quickly recognised as a child prodigy. Arriving in London in 1766, she enjoyed
A few years ago Bettina Baumgärtel discovered two new bust portraits painted by Angelica Kauffman as preparatory works for the family portrait of Princess Catherine Bariantinskaya and the Polish Chancellor Jerome Andrzej Tamoyski. They will be shown for the first time in the summer exhibition To Italy! Angelica Kauffman and the Grand Tour at the Angelika Kauffmann Museum in Schwarzenberg (Austria, 22th May – 31st October 2021). In her essay
Anyone who believes to know the works by Angelica Kauffman will be surprised by this new exhibition. Private collectors from Vorarlberg (Austria) show their paintings, drawings and prints by this famous woman artist for the first time. In addition, the curator Bettina Baumgärtel has succeeded in tracking down lost works. High-class loans from public collections such as the Victoria and Albert Museum in London or the Gallery of Paintings in
A new exhibition with mostly unknown, newly discovered works by Angelica Kauffman from private and public collections tours in summer 2018 from the Garden Kingdom of Dessau-Wörlitz to Bregenz in Vorarlberg, Austria. Angelika Kauffmann – Unbekannte Schätze aus Vorarlberger Privatsammlungen Exhibition part 1: 07.07.- 21.10.2018 Kulturstiftung Dessau-Wörlitz, House of the Duchess www.gartenreich.com Exhibition part 2: 15.06. – 06.10.2019 Bregenz, vorarlberg museum www.vorarlbergmuseum.at Exhibition part 3: 16. Juni – 3. November
On the birthday of Angelica Kauffman on October 30, 2016 at 17:45, WDR3 in the series “Zeitzeichen” A detailed contribution to the life and work of Angelica Kauffman, based on an interview with Bettina Baumgärtel, Red. Christiane Kopka Here is the link to the interview.
Anmut und Aufklärung – Eine Sammlung von Druckgraphik nach Werken von Angelika Kauffmann (Grace and Enlightenment – A collection of prints after works by Angelica Kauffman) Exhibition, 4.09.2016 – 20.11.2016 Winckelmann-Museum, Winckelmannstraße 36 – 38, 39576 Hansestadt Stendal The leading engravers throughout Europe printed numerous works by Angelica Kauffman, mostly in the new technique of stipple engraving. A selection of these prints very much in demand were introduced in more
19. Mai 2015 Angelika Kauffmann – The Big Unknown? Lecture by Dr Bettina Baumgärtel, Bregenz, vorarlberg museum Anyone who thinks they know Angelika Kauffmann (1741-1807) – the most famous painter of her time – will hardly suspect that much of her work still lies hidden in secret. In fact, many works have never been exhibited to this day. Is the most famous woman of Vorarlberg – one must ask oneself
In 2015, the first exhibition was dedicated to the portrait painter Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun in Paris. It is gratifying that the impressive selection of works compiled by Joseph Baillio, the best connoisseur of the work, will be shown as a second stop at the Metropolitan Museum and then in Ottawa at the Musée des Beaux-Arts du Canada. It is probably the first retrospective in these museums, which is dedicated
August 11 – November 9, 2014 Anne Seymour Damer – Sculpture and Society The first woman sculptor of England, who also worked as a writer, is dedicated the first exhibition ever. In 1766, shortly after her arrival in London, Angelica Kauffman painted her colleague. Anne Damer was a friend of Horace Walpole, the builder of Strawberry Hill. He bequeathed her the estate where she spent many years of her life.
May 17 – October 5, 2014 Hanoverian ruler on England’s throne 1714 – 1837 For 123 years, the Electorate of Hanover and the Kingdom of Great Britain were united by a king. This historically significant epoch is the focus of the Niedersächsische Landesausstellung 2014, which can be seen in Hanover and Celle. The five-part exhibition provides the background for Angelica Kauffman’s client situation in London. Immediately after opening her studio