Anton Raphael MENGS (12 March 1728 - 29 June 1779) German painter, art historian and art critic, also active in Rome and Madrid. Born in Bohemia and trained in Dresden with his father Ismael, court painter, he followed him to Rome, where he was able to study the forms of antiquity and the art of Raphael. He was a theorist and promoter of neoclassicism, his fame spread throughout Europe while he was still alive. Portrait, colored version of an engraving by Hugo Bürkner (1818-1897), Germany 1854

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title: ANTON RAPHAEL MENGS

subject date: 2018-01-08

caption: Anton Raphael MENGS (12 March 1728 - 29 June 1779) German painter, art historian and art critic, also active in Rome and Madrid. Born in Bohemia and trained in Dresden with his father Ismael, court painter, he followed him to Rome, where he was able to study the forms of antiquity and the art of Raphael. He was a theorist and promoter of neoclassicism, his fame spread throughout Europe while he was still alive. Portrait, colored version of an engraving by Hugo Bürkner (1818-1897), Germany 1854

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continent: Europa

image century : XIX

image epoch: Ottocento

subject century: XVIII

subject epoch: Neoclassicismo

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Eighteenth centuryProfileBohemianCzech RepublicBohemiaHoly Roman EmpireHoly Roman Empire of the German NationSRIHoly Roman EmpireHugo BurknerBurkner H.Hugo BuerknerBuerkner H.Burkner H.Hugo BurknerportraitNineteenth centuryAnton Raphael Mengs

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