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Laura Alma-Tadema | Genre painter

Laura Theresa Alma-Tadema -née Epps (1852-1909) was an English painter specialising in domestic and genre scenes of women and children.
Eighteen of her paintings were exhibited at the Royal Academy. Her husband, Lawrence Alma-Tadema, was also a painter.

Life

A daughter of Dr. George Napoleon Epps (who was brother of Dr. John Epps), Lady Alma-Tadema had two sisters who were also painters (Emily studied under John Brett, a Pre-Raphaelite, and Ellen under Ford Madox Brown), while Edmund Gosse and a stockbroker called Rowland Hill were her brothers-in-law.
It was at Madox Brown's home that Alma-Tadema first met her in December 1869, when she was aged 17 and he 33. (His first wife had died in May that year.)


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Vicente Palmaroli | Genre painter

Vicente Palmaroli González (Zarzalejo, 1834-1896, Madrid) was a Spanish portrait and Genre painter.
He was the son of Gaetano Palmaroli, an Italian painter and lithographer, who was his first teacher. After his father's death in 1853, he took over his official position at the royal art collections.
He requested leave in 1857 to go to Rome and complete his education, using some surplus money from the collection fund.
While there, he joined a group of Spanish painters who met at the Antico Caffè Greco, including Luis Álvarez Catalá, Dióscoro Puebla, José Casado del Alisal, Eduardo Rosales, Benet Mercadé, Marià Fortuny and Alejo Vera.


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Erik Tryggelin | Impressionist / Genre painter

Erik Viktor Tryggelin (1878-1962) in Stockholm, was a Swedish artist, drawer and photographer.
Erik Tryggelin studied at the Royal Swedish Academy of Arts (Konstakademien) in Stockholm. Then he studied in Paris for some time, during the period of October 1911 until January 1913.
In Paris he lived a normal artists' life with his Swedish fellows, for instance David Wallin (1876-1957), Svante Kede (1877-1955), Otto Strandman (1871-1970), Fritz Lindström (1874-1962) and Svante Nilsson (1869-1942).
In Paris he accompanied the art scene and he discovered modernism. In the springtime of 1912 he went to the gallery Bernheim-Jeune and saw the futurists. In 1906 Galerie Bernheim-Jeune was installed in 25, Boulevard de la Madeleine in Paris.


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Pavle "Paja" Jovanovic | Orientalist painter

From Belgrade City Museum:

Pavle "Paja" Jovanović / Павле "Паја" Јовановић (Vršac, 1859 - Vienna, 1957) was born into the family of photographer Stevan and Ernestina Jovanović.
In 1875, his father took him to Vienna, where he enrolled in the Academy of Fine Arts (Akademie der bildenden Künste) in 1877. Having completed his studies at the Academy, Jovanović travelled a lot and worked for Paris and London art dealers, to settle in Vienna in 1895. He was elected full member of the Serbian Royal Academy in 1888.
In his very long artistic career, Jovanović created outstanding works of art: history paintings (Migration of the Serbs, Proclamation of The Code of Emperor Dušan), genre paintings (Adoring of the bride, Cocok-fight, Fencing) and numerous portraits of famous people (Mihailo Pupin, King Aleksandar and Queen Maria Karađorđević).


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James Hayllar (1829-1920) | Genre painter

From Christie's:

Artistic dynasties were not unusual in Victorian England, but few attained the distinction of the Hayllars, where five members of the family exhibited at the Royal Academy towards the end of the century. In addition to producing a son who was an engraver, James produced four remarkable daughters, each of whom he taught.

James Hayllar was born in Chichester in 1829, and after overcoming family opposition enrolled at Cary's Art School in 1842. Francis Cary was a respected historical painter who later took over Sass's Academy in Bloomsbury. He is now principally remembered as tutor to Rossetti and Millais.
On completing his studies, Hayllar made a tour of the continent, where he encountered Leighton in Rome in in 1851.
His likeness can be seen in Leighton's first great canvas, Cimabue's Madonna carried through the streets of Florence, which was purchased by Queen Victoria, and is now in the Royal Collection, though on loan to the National Gallery.


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Hans Baluschek (1870-1935) | Vita ed Opere

Hans Baluschek è stato un rappresentante di spicco del Realismo Sociale Tedesco, ed in quanto tale, cercò di ritrarre la vita della gente comune con vivida schiettezza.
I suoi dipinti si incentrarono sulla classe operaia di Berlino.
Appartenne al movimento della Secessione di Berlino, un gruppo di artisti particolarmente interessati agli sviluppi avanguardistici dell'arte - in particolare dell'Espressionismo Tedesco.
Nonostante ciò, lungo l'arco della sua vita egli fu conosciuto principalmente per le sue fantasiose illustrazioni del famoso libro per bambini "Peterchens Mondfahrt".
Dopo il 1920 divenne un membro attivo del Partito Socialdemocratico tedesco, che all'epoca professava ancora una visione marxista della storia.


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Blandford Fletcher | Genre painter

William Teulon Blandford Fletcher, noto come Blandford Fletcher (1858-1936), è stato un pittore naturalista Britannico.
Figlio di un commerciante di biancheria, contro la volontà del padre, Fletcher studiò alla South Kensington School of Art dall'età di sedici a vent'anni, dove vinse la medaglia d'argento ed il premio della Regina.
Durante quel periodo visitò anche la Bretagna e fece conoscenza per la prima volta con Stanhope Forbes ed i suoi amici.


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Henry John Yeend King | Victorian genre painter

Henry John Yeend King (1855-1924) was a British artist best known for his paintings of rustic English farms and young women strolling in the countryside.
His technique was influenced by Impressionism, but is notably more restrained, detailed, and realistic in its application.
Born on August 21, 1855 in London, England, King went on to study as a glass painter, later traveling to Paris to study under Léon Joseph Florentin Bonnat and Fernand Cormon where he learned Impressionist techniques.
The plein-air technique prevalent in France influenced his art, and on his return to England he chose to specialise in landscapes and depictions of rustic genre.
Yeend King lived in London for most of his life however, like many of his contemporaries his heart was 'in the country'.