Henry Fuseli

Henry Fuseli, 1778. Portrait by [[James Northcote (painter)|James Northcote]]. Henry Fuseli ( ; German: Johann Heinrich Füssli ; 7 February 1741 – 17 April 1825) was a Swiss painter, draughtsman and writer on art who spent much of his life in Britain. Many of his works, such as ''The Nightmare'', deal with supernatural subject-matter. He painted works for John Boydell's Shakespeare Gallery, and created his own "Milton Gallery". He held the posts of Professor of Painting and Keeper at the Royal Academy. His style had a considerable influence on many younger British artists, including William Blake. Provided by Wikipedia
Showing 1 - 9 results of 9 for search 'Fuseli, Henry, 1741-1825.', query time: 0.84s Refine Results
1
by Fuseli, Henry, 1741-1825.
Published 1969
Microfilm Book
3
by Fuseli, Henry, 1741-1825.
Published 1974
Book
4
by Myrone, Martin.
Published 2001
Other Authors: ...Fuseli, Henry, 1741-1825....
Book
5
Other Authors: ...Fuseli, Henry, 1741-1825....
CONNECT
eBook
6
Other Authors: ...Fuseli, Henry, 1741-1825....
CONNECT
eBook
7
Other Authors: ...Fuseli, Henry, 1741-1825....
CONNECT
eBook
8
Other Authors: ...Fuseli, Henry, 1741-1825....
CONNECT
eBook
9
Other Authors: ...Fuseli, Henry, 1741-1825....
CONNECT
eBook