Ádám Mányoki

1673-1757 Hungary/Baroque

 

Brief Biography-Ádám Mányoki was a portraitist who studied with Adam Scheitz in Lüneburg and Nicolas de Largillière in Paris. He later moved to Hamburg and Berlin. In 1707, Prince Rákóczi (Francis II of Hungary and Transylvania) elected him court painter, and he was named court painter to Augustus the Strong in Dresden in 1713. In Vienna in 1723, he painted the Archduchess Maria-Theresa, Maria Antonia and others of the Viennese court. After 1732, he worked in Leipzig and Dresden, where he settled for the remainder of his life. He died in a state of poverty in 1757.

 

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Prince Ferenc
Rakoczi II

Prince Ferenc Rakoczi two

A Noble
Lady

A Noble Lady

A Polish
Man

A Polish Man

Baroness
Swihowska

Baroness Swihowska

Elzbieta
Sieniawska

Elzbieta Sieniawska

Georg
Wenzeslaus-

Georg Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff

Janos
Podmaniczky

Janos Podmaniczky

King
Stanislaus

King Stanislaus Leszczynski

Queen
Katarzyna

Queen Katarzyna Opalinska

Self-
portrait

Self-portrait

Stanislaw
Jablonowski

Stanislaw Jablonowski

Wolf
Gottlob

Wolf Gottlob Nostitz

Lubienska n
Bielinska

Lubienska nee Bielinska