Old Master

In the study of the history of art, the term Old Master refers to European painters working before the 19th Century. When applied to artworks, such as a drawing, a painting or a print, it the term can either mean that the painting is made by an Old Master artist or is rendered in the style of one. 

The most well-known and often copied European Old Masters worked in the Renaissance and Baroque periods. These included Italian artists such as Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510), Titian (1490-1576), Raphael Sanzio (1583-1620) and Caravaggio (1592-1610). The 16th Century Flemish dynasty of the Brueghels are also deonoted as Old Masters, as are the Baroque masters Pieter Paul Rubens (1577-1640), Anthony Van Dyck (1599-1641), Diego Velazquez (1599-1660) and Bartolome Esteban Murillo (1617-1686) and the painters of the Dutch Golden Age Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675), Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669), Pieter Claesz (c. 1597– 1660) and Frans Hals (1580-1666).

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  1. Old Master 22
  2. Figurative Art 10
  3. Portrait 7
  4. Landscape 3
  5. Baroque 3
  6. History Painting 3
  7. Religious 3
  8. Biblical 2
  9. Christian 2
  10. Classical 2
  11. Genre 2
  12. Royal / Monarchy 2
  13. Orientalist 2
  14. Russian Interest 1
  15. Renaissance 1
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  18. Mythological 1
  19. Music / Musical 1
  20. Animal / Animalier 1
  21. Jewish 1
  22. Capodimonte 1
  23. Still life 1
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  1. Porcelain 9
  2. Giltwood 8
  3. Oil on Canvas 7
  4. Ormolu (Gilt Bronze) 6
  5. Oil on Panel 3
  6. Marble 2
  7. Wood 2
  8. Ebonised Wood 1
  9. Enamel 1
  10. Lapis Lazuli 1
  11. Micro-mosaic 1
  12. Oak 1
  13. Semi-precious stones 1
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  1. Multi-coloured 18
  2. Gold 15
  3. Brown 6
  4. Black 3
  5. Blue 3
  6. Cream 3
  7. Green 3
  8. Red 2
  9. White 2
  10. Pink 1
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  1. German 6
  2. French 6
  3. Dutch 3
  4. English 2
  5. Italian 2
  6. Russian 2
  7. Bohemian 1
  8. British 1
  9. Continental 1
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  1. Late 19th Century 7
  2. 18th Century and Earlier 5
  3. 19th Century 5
  4. Early 19th Century 3
  5. Early 20th Century 1
  6. 20th Century 1
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  1. KPM, Konigliche Porzellan-Manufaktur (German, founded 1763) 3
  2. Meissen Porcelain Manufactory (German, founded 1710) 2
  3. Dresden Porcelain Manufactory (German, active from 1865) 1
  4. Frère, Charles-Théodore (French, 1814-1888) 1
  5. Gory, Affortunato (Italian, active 1895-1925) 1
  6. Hart, Solomon Alexander (British, 1806-1881) 1
  7. Hartmann, Johannes Jakob (Bohemian, 1680-1730) 1
  8. Imperial Porcelain Factory (Russian, founded 1744) 1
  9. Monogrammist P.H. (Continental, active c. 1800) 1
  10. Raphael (Italian, 1483-1520) 1
  11. Savery, Roelandt (Dutch, 1576-1639) 1
  12. van Dyck, Anthony (Belgium, 1599-1641) 1
  13. Willis, Charles (British, 1878-1963) 1
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