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									1838 in art
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 Contents                                                                                         List of years in art                  (table)
 1 Events                                                                            ... 1828 . 1829 . 1830 . 1831 . 1832 . 1833 . 1834 ...

 2 Works                                                                                  1835 1836 1837 -1838- 1839 1840 1841
                                                                                     ... 1842 . 1843 . 1844 . 1845 . 1846 . 1847 . 1848 ...
 3 Births
 4 Deaths                                                                         Art . Archaeology . Architecture . Literature . Music . Science +...




Events
   April 8 - The British National Gallery first opens to the public in the building purpose-designed for it by William Wilkins in
   Trafalgar Square, London.
   August 31 - Scottish-born scene painter David Roberts sets sail for Egypt, with the encouragement of J. M. W. Turner, to
   produce a series of drawings of the region for use as the basis for paintings and chromolithographs.

Works
   See also: Category:1838 sculptures
   Asher B. Durand - Dance on the Battery in the Presence of Peter Stuyvesant
   Eugène Delacroix - Portrait of Frédéric Chopin and George Sand (unfinished; later separated)
   Sir David Wilkie
       Sir David Baird Discovering the Body of Tippoo Sahib
       Queen Victoria Presiding at her First Council
   William Wyon - young profile head of Queen Victoria on coins of the pound sterling

Births
   March 28 - Jean-Paul Laurens, painter and sculptor (died 1921)
   June 11 - Mariano Fortuny, painter (died 1874)
   September 18 – Anton Mauve, painter (died 1888)
   November 18 – William Keith, painter (died 1911)
   November 28 - Alexander Opekushin, sculptor (died 1923)
   December 31 – Jules Dalou, sculptor (died 1902)

Deaths
   January 8 - Josef Grassi, Austrian painter especially of portraits (born 1757)
   February 28 - Charles Thévenin, neoclassical French painter, known for heroic scenes (born 1764)
   March 2 - Benjamin Barker, landscape painter (born 1776)
   May 10 - José Aparicio, Spanish painter of the Neoclassic period (born 1773)
   June 4 - Claude Ramey, sculptor (born 1754)
   September 5 – Charles Percier, architect and designer (born 1764)
   November 9 - Friedrich Carl Gröger, north-German portrait painter and lithographer (born 1766)
   date unknown - John O'Keeffe, Irish portrait and figure painter (born 1797)


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