Artists in Paris is an open-access digital humanities and art history project that maps hundreds of 18th-century artists’ homes and studios. This website’s database contains an entry for 471 artists. While it’s possible to search by artist name, drawing on personal knowledge of French 18th-century painters and sculptors, there is a handy Guide section that explains how to get the most out of the resource. Perhaps the easiest way to start using Artists in Paris is to filter by year, which produces color-coded markers on the map indicating addresses where artists lived. The color of the marker indicates the type of artist, such as history painter, engraver, or landscapist.
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