All Antonio Canova 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

Choice ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)       Details 
38548 Marble  Marble   mk138 160x65x85cm In the Koniglichen Antikensamm-lung since 1830 transferred to the Nationalgalerie in 1878
32542 Recreation by our Gallery  Recreation by our Gallery   mk79 1789-1790
32614 Recreation by our Gallery  Recreation by our Gallery   mk79 1798
78610 Self-portrait  Self-portrait   1790(1790) Oil on canvas 68 x 55 cm (26.8 x 21.7 in) cjr
62546 The Three Graces Dancing  The Three Graces Dancing   1799 Tempera on paper Canova Museum, Possagna Canova mentioned "various ideas on dances, the play between nymphs and cupids, muses, philosophers, etc., sketched exclusively for the artist's own study and enjoyment." There is little doubt he was referring to the tempera cycle at Possagno and similar sketches now in Bassano. Picking up the themes and techniques discovered in Herculaneum, Canova created brightly coloured mythological figures that stand out against the black background. These sketches are the forerunners of themes and figures he would later sculpt. The picture shows a detail from a frieze. Author: CANOVA, Antonio Title: The Three Graces Dancing Form: graphics , 1751-1800 , Italian , mythological
62405 Tomb of Pope Clement XIII  Tomb of Pope Clement XIII   1792 Marble Basilica di San Pietro, Vatican Here, too, Berninian references are not lacking, as in the figure of the pope, but the overall setting places the whole amongst the finest works of Neoclassical in general, not just in Rome. The asymmetrical figures of Religion and Genius generate a circular movement that pervades the entire composition. Author: CANOVA, Antonio Title: Tomb of Pope Clement XIII Form: sculpture , 1751-1800 , Italian , religious