19th century artists

Leon Bakst (1866 - 1924)

Frédéric Bazille (1841 - 1870)

William Holbrook Beard (1825 - 1900)

Aubrey Beardsley (1872 - 1898)

Albert Bierstadt (1830 - 1902)

William Blake (1757 - 1827)

Carl Blechen (1798 - 1840)

Rosa Bonheur (1822 - 1899)

Eugène Boudin (1824 - 1898)

William Bouguereau (1825 - 1905)

Gustave Caillebotte (1848 - 1894)

Mary Cassatt (1845 - 1926)

Paul Cézanne (1839 - 1906)

Frederic Church (1826 - 1900)

Thomas Cole (1801 - 1848)

John Collier (1850 - 1934)

John Constable (1776 - 1837)

Cassius Marcellus Coolidge (1844 - 1934)

Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot (1796 - 1875)

Pierre-Auguste Cot (1837 - 1883)

Gustave Courbet (1819 - 1877)

Henri-Edmond Cross (1856 - 1910)

Charles Courtney Curran (1861 - 1942)

Honoré Daumier (1808 - 1879)

Jacques-Louis David (1748 - 1824)

Edgar Degas (1834 - 1917)

Eugène Delacroix (1798 - 1863)

Thomas Eakins (1844 - 1916)

Henri Fantin-Latour (1836 - 1904)

Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732 - 1806)

Léon Frédéric (1856 - 1940)

Caspar David Friedrich (1774 - 1840)

Henry Fuseli (1741 - 1825)

Paul Gauguin (1848 - 1903)

Théodore Géricault (1791 - 1824)

Thomas Girtin (1775 - 1802)

Eva Gonzalès (1849 - 1883)

Francisco Goya (1746 - 1828)

Eugène Grasset (1845 - 1917)

Antoine-Jean Gros (1771 - 1835)

Armand Guillaumin (1841 - 1927)

Vilhelm Hammershoi (1864 - 1916)

Childe Hassam (1859 - 1935)

Ando Hiroshige (1797 - 1858)

Ferdinand Hodler (1853 - 1918)

Katsushika Hokusai (1760 - 1849)

Winslow Homer (1836 - 1910)

William Holman Hunt (1827 - 1910)

Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (1780 - 1867)

George Inness (1825 - 1894)

Alexej Jawlensky (1864 - 1941)

Johan Jongkind (1819 - 1891)

Angelica Kauffman (1741 - 1807)

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880 - 1938)

Paul Klee (1879 - 1940)

Gustav Klimt (1862 - 1918)

Konstantin Korovin (1861 - 1939)

Peder Severin Kroyer (1851 - 1909)

Friedrich Wilhelm Kuhnert (1865 - 1926)

Carl Larsson (1853 - 1919)

Ernest Lawson (1873 - 1939)

Frederick Leighton (1830 - 1896)

Georges Lemmen (1865 - 1916)

Max Liebermann (1847 - 1935)

J.E.H. MacDonald (1873 - 1932)

Kasimir Malevich (1878 - 1935)

Édouard Manet (1832 - 1833)

Franz Marc (1880 - 1916)

Louis Marcoussis (1833 - 1941)

Willard Metcalf (1858 - 1925)

John Everett Millais (1829 - 1896)

Claude Monet (1840 - 1926)

Thomas Moran

Gustave Moreau (1826 - 1898)

Berthe Morisot (1841 - 1895)

Alphonse Mucha (1860 - 1939)

Camille Pissarro (1830 - 1903)

François Pompon

Edward Henry Potthast (1857 - 1927)

Maurice Prendergast (1861 - 1924)

Pierre Puvis de Chavannes (1824 - 1898)

Paul Ranson (1864 - 1909)

Odilon Redon (1840 - 1916)

Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759 - 1840)

Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841 - 1919)

Ilya Repin (1844 - 1930)

Auguste Rodin (1840 - 1917)

Félicien Rops (1833 - 1898)

Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828 - 1882)

Henri Rousseau (1844 - 1910)

John Ruskin (1819 - 1900)

John Singer Sargent (1856 - 1925)

Giovanni Segantini (1858 - 1899)

Paul Sérusier (1864 - 1927)

Georges Seurat (1859 - 1891)

Paul Signac (1863 - 1935)

Alfred Sisley (1839 - 1899)

Gilbert Stuart (1755 - 1828)

George Stubbs (1724 - 1806)

Tom Thomson (1877 - 1917)

James Tissot (1836 - 1902)

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864 - 1897)

John Trumbull (1756 - 1843)

William Turner (1775 - 1851)

John Henry Twachtman (1853 - 1902)

Kitagawa Utamaro (1753 - 1806)

Vincent van Gogh (1853 - 1890)

Theo Van Rysselberghe (1862 - 1926)

Eugène Verboeckhoven (1798 - 1881)

Élizabeth Louise Vigée-Lebrun (1755 - 1842)

Édouard Vuillard (1868 - 1940)

Frederick Walker (1840 - 1875)

John William Waterhouse (1849 - 1917)

Benjamin West (1738 - 1820)

James Whistler (1834 - 1903)

David Wilkie (1785 - 1841)

Félix Ziem (1821 - 1911)

Anders Zorn (1860 - 1920)

What happened in the 19th century ?

# Napoleon, who conquers much of Europe, is ultimately defeated in 1815; some old European regimes are restored, others not.
# The Industrial Revolution continues and spreads, developments include the Rail Transport, telegraph, and telephone.
# Belgium becomes independent in 1830 after a massive uprising against the Dutch. Leopold becomes the first king of Belgium. Belgium will be the second industrial power in the world by the middle of the 19th century.
# Leopold II, son of Leopold, becomes the second king of Belgium. He buys the gigantic territory of Congo in Africa with his own fortune and will later (1908) offer it to Belgium.
# Discovery of the relationships between magnetism and electricity and light by Hans Christian Ørsted and James Clerk Maxwell. (See:electromagnetism)
# The fall of the Ottoman Empire continues with numerous rebellions and wars with liberated countries in the Balkans, as well as four more Russo-Turkish Wars. The Great Powers get involved in the Crimean War (1854-1856) where the United Kingdom and France aid the Ottomans against the Russians, as well as in the Congress of Berlin that produces the Treaty of Berlin, 1878.
# Mass migration from Europe to the United States.
# During the reign of Queen Victoria, the United Kingdom is the leading economic power in the world giving the term Victorian Age to much of the century.
# Political revolution and constitutional reform across Europe severely limits powers of monarchs, advances democracy.
# The religious revival of the Second Great Awakening in the eastern United States and Canada gives rise to unique, American, Christian religions during the era of Restorationism
# Gold is discovered in Australia and throughout the west of the United States, leading to huge increases in national wealth and encouraging mass migration of free settlers there.
# Slavery is ended in British colonies and in America. See American Civil War, 1861 to 1865. End of global slave trade is enforced by the British navy.
# Charles Darwin revolutionizes biology with his theories of evolution, 1858.
# Europeans conquer and colonize most of Africa and parts of Asia.
# Karl Marx writes the Communist Manifesto, encouraging workers to revolt against owners.
# Germany and Italy are formed as nations, uniting from groups of small kingdoms and city states.
# Railroads make fast mass transit available to many. Transcontinental railroads built, including the Panama Railway in 1855, the US Transcontinental Railroad finished in 1869 linking to west in the United States, and the Canadian National Railway in 1885.
# The Suez Canal is opened, connecting Europe and the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean and Asia in 1869.
# The British begin their so-called "forward movement" to extend control over the Malay States with the signing of the Pangkor Treaty in 1874.
# The quick defeat of Spain by the United States in 1898, in the Spanish-American War, knocks Spain off the list of major world powers for good and gives rise to the United States as a major world military power.
# The electric telegraph and undersea cables make instant global communication possible for the first time.
# Postage Stamps and diamond-shaped paper sheets which folded to form envelopes for carrying letters devised and introduced in Britain, and soon thereafter in many other countries, leading to establishment of the Universal Postal Union.
# The Taiping Rebellion, from 1851 to 1864, a conflict between Imperial China and the followers of a Hakka self-proclaimed mystic and Christian convert Hong Xiugan, took the lives of about 20 million people.
# Manufactured goods become widely available by mail order

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