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Artists who influenced Henry Fuseli
Fuseli was born in Zurich on 6 February 1741, the second son of the five children of Johann Caspar Füseli and Elisabeth Waser. Although educated as a theologian and ordained as a Zwinglian minister in 1761, Fuseli pursued a wide range of humanist studies, developing an enthusiasm for classical philology under the influence of Johann Jakob Breitinger, and becoming proficient in English, French, and ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Henry Fuseli

Gavin Hamilton

Night-Hag Visiting Lapland Witches
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Vision of Deluge

John Constable

Raphael

Oedipus Cursing His Son, Polynices
(National Gallery of Art)

Satan and Death with Sin Intervening
(Los Angeles County Museum)

William Blake

Anton Raphael Mengs

Lady Constance, Arthur and Earl of Salisbury, King John, III-1

Lady Macbeth Seizing Daggers, II-1
(Tate Gallery)

Edvard Munch

Michelangelo

Nightmare
(Detroit Institute of Arts)

Hotspur, Glendower, Mortimer and Worcester
(Birmingham Art Gallery)

William Hamilton