Louisa Starr-Canziani (1845-1909) National Portrait Gallery, list of portraits for louisa starrcanzianiincluding Brian Houghton Hodgson by louisa starr-canziani,. http://www.npg.org.uk/live/search/person.asp?LinkID=mp06758&role=art
Introduction - Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery Next . louisa starr canziani and Estella canziani two artist travellers 29thMarch - 15th June 2003 Gallery 16 BM AG Chamberlain Square +44 (0)121 303 2834. http://www.bmag.org.uk/exhibitions/canziani/
Extractions: An exhibition celebrating the achievements of Louisa Star and Estella Canziani, as artists, writers, collectors and travellers. Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery has a unique collection of work by and associated with Louisa Starr Canziani (1845-1909) and her daughter Estella (1887-1964). Presented by Estella Canziani between 1929 and 1937, the collection embraces oil and tempera paintings, watercolours, drawings and sketchbooks by both of these artists, as well as related archive material and an extensive collection of traditional costumes, pottery, woodwork, textiles and jewellery. These were acquired predominantly from Savoy and the northern region of Italy as well as the Abruzzi area of central-eastern Italy, but also include diverse material from eighteenth and nineteenth-century England, Morocco, Central Africa, China and Turkey. The exhibition is composed of objects and artwork taken from this collection. Next
Extractions: Helen Allingham lost her physician father when she was thirteen, but aided by her artist-aunt Laura Herford, she was able to enroll in the Birmingham School of Design, the Royal Female School of Art in London, and finally the prestigious Royal Academy Schools which her aunt had gender-integrated just a few years earlier. After a lucrative commercial career (she was the only woman on the staff of The Graphic ), including illustrations for Thomas Hardy's novel
Louisa Starr Canziani Estella canziani Piemonte - Translate this page canziani nasce a Milano il 12 gennaio 1887 e muore a Londra nel 1964. Il padre Enrico,ingegnere civile, è di origine italiana mentre la madre louisa starr è http://www.artcyclopedia.com/artists/canziani_louisa_starr.html
Extractions: We're using this space to showcase the work of women artists down through the centuries. Over time we will do our best to make this list comprehensive. If you have a famous artist to recommend, please send us mail We would like to create a network of women who are interested in the work of women artists. Our dream is that eventually all the women on our list will have their own web page. If any of these women strike your fancy and you decide to devote a web page to their work, please let us know and we will link our page to yours. While you're here, check out our list of frequently asked questions Whenever you want to return to the quick index, touch any of the red letters to your left. Anglo-Saxon Women (c.1082): Bayeux Tapestry hastings1066.com (pictures)
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"Victorian Fantasies" By Terri Windling canziani, the daughter of fairy painter louisa starr, grew up among the PreRaphaelitesand studied at the Royal Academy; her work drew on her interest in http://www.endicott-studio.com/forvctf.html
Extractions: by Terri Windling "The Artists Dream" by John Anster Fitzgerald "The acceptance and rapid growth of fairyland as a fit subject matter for literature, painting, and the stage from the 1820s to the 1840s and its survival until at least the First World War is one of the most remarkable phenomena of 19th-century culture," writes Michael Booth in Victorian Spectacular Theatre about an aspect of English history that is little discussed today. Paradoxically, although it was during Victorian times that fantasy and fairy tales became firmly associated with childhood, it was also a time when adult interest in the subject could not have been higher. In previous Forum and Gallery columns, we looked at the Pre-Raphaelite writers and painters of 19th century England; in this article, were going to explore the broader world of magical arts during the same time period. (Youll also find a selection of Victorian Fairy Paintings in the Gallery of this Web site. )
Extractions: "Lively and uncompromising feminism; the most vigorous feminist paper of its time. Contents included interviews with prominent feminists, and regular reports from a variety of organisations, e.g. BWTA, WLF, Primrose League; from May 1890 the Central National Society for Womens Suffrage was given a column of its own... "Helena B Temple" was the pen-name of Henrietta B Muller (d.1906), sister of Eva McLaren and a prominent feminist. As well as being in at the start of the Womens Printing Society, she was a pioneer school board member (for Lambeth), and early tax-resister (for the vote, in 1884), and later a Theosophist and associate of Annie Besant". Feminist Periodicals, 1855-1984 "After a great deal of difficulty and opposition from my family I managed to go to Girton where I spent three most happy years... Miss Davies was the Principal of Girton when I was there. I had to work hard and when I came out with Honours I was immensely proud. I took Moral Sciences, which include Political Economy, Philosophy, Psychology etc... After a little while, at the suggestion of Professor Fawcett, I made up my mind to stand for the London School Board." The advice of Henry Fawcett (husband of Millicent Garrett Fawcett) proved to be fruitful. Henrietta Muller came top of the poll and worked for the London School Board for 6 years.
Chapter Six. also this PreRaphaelite Collection with biographies and images of the followingSophie Anderson Kate Elizabeth Bunce louisa starr canziani Edith Ellenborough http://www.bluffton.edu/womenartists/chapter6.html
Extractions: Rosa Bonheur, Herd of Sheep in the Pyrenees , n.d. Statement to users: In order to make this site useful to external users as well as to Bluffton College students, I have made every effort to find links on the internet. If you know of links that ought to be on this site, please e-mail me ( email@example.com and are password-protected. For ease of use, I have usually linked directly to images; however, at the bottom of the main chapter page or the "additional links" page I have given the site address so that designers of those pages can be given appropriate credit. FEATURED ARTIST: Julia Margaret Cameron (115 images)
GREAT BRITAIN (Lent by James Lindsay, Jr., Esq.). 112. Buttercups and Daisies. canziani,Madame louisa starr, London. 113. Two Little Home Rulers, the Hons. http://fly.hiwaay.net/~shancock/fair/GREAT BRITAIN.htm
Extractions: GREAT BRITAIN. President of the Royal Commission H. R. H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, K. G. Secretary of the Royal Commission, SIR HENRY TRUMAN WOOD, R. A., Victoria House, Jackson Park. Superintendent of the Fine Arts Section, J. W. BECK, Victoria House, Jackson Park. Committee on Fine Arts. SIR FREDERICK LEIGHTON, Bart., P. R. A., CHAIRMAN. SIR RICHARD WEBSTER, Q. C., M. P. SIR FREDERICK BRAMWELL, Bart., D. C. L., F. R. S. WILLIAM AGNEW. J. MACVICAR ANDERSON, P. R. I.B. A. WYKE BAYLISS, F. S. A., P. R. B. A. PHILIP H. CALDERON, R. A. SIR PHILIP CUNLIFFE-OWEN, K. G. B., K. C. M. G., C.I. E. HENRY WILLIAM BANKS DAVIS, R. A. SIR JOHN GILBERT, R. A. President of the Royal Society of Painters in Water Golors. F. SEYMOUR HADEN, P. R. P. E. ALEXANDER HENDERSON. SIR JAMES D. LINTON, P. R. I. W. E. LOCKHART, R. S. A. H, STAGY MARKS, R. A., Deputy-President of the Royal Society of Painters In Water Colors. WALTER WILLIAM OULESS, R. A. EDWARD J. POYNTER, R. A. WILLIAM CUTHBERT QUILTER, M. P. FREDERIC STAGPOOLE, A. R. A. MARCUS STONE, R. A.
Zurück Zum Index Translate this page Alejandro Garcia CANTÚ, Federico CANTÙ, Federico CANTWELL, James CANTWELL, JamesCANTZ, Walther CANUTI, Domenico Maria canziani, louisa starr CANZIO, Michele http://www.artnews.de/verzeichnis/c1.htm
Extractions: Italian frescoist and ceiling painter; born 1672, died 1740. Italian painter and draughtsman, executed various decorative and mythological frescos as well as idyliic pastoral scenes, and altarpieces; born Palermo (1646), died Palermo (1707). North Netherlandish artist active in Italy; strongly influenced by Titian with whom his work is often confused; his chief claim to fame is his woodcut illustration of Vesalius' De humani corporis fabrica (1543), an anatomical text book; born Kalkar (1499), died Naples (1546/1550).