1835 in art
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Events from the year 1835 in art.
- June 6 – Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin is received into the Roman Catholic Church.
- June – Caspar David Friedrich suffers his first stroke, which restricts his ability to paint in oils.
- August – H. Fox Talbot exposes the world's first known photographic negatives at Lacock Abbey in England.
- Victor Cousin introduces the expression "L'art pour l'art" ("Art for art's sake").
- English chemist George Field publishes Chromatography; or, a Treatise on Colours and Pigments, and of their Powers in Painting.
- Marie Tussaud establishes the first permanent Madame Tussauds wax museum in London.
- Théodore Chassériau
- Léon Cogniet – The Egyptian Expedition Under the Command of Bonaparte (ceiling at Musée du Louvre, Paris)
- John Constable – The Valley Farm
- Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot
- Hagar in the Desert
- Venise, La Piazetta
- William Etty – Preparing for a Fancy Dress Ball
- Caspar David Friedrich
- Christen Købke
- John Linnell – Christ's Appearance to the Two Disciples Journeying to Emmaus
- James Arthur O'Connor – The Poachers
- John Orlando Parry – The Poster Man
- Ary Scheffer – Francesca da Rimini and Paolo Malatesta appraised by Dante and Virgil (original version)
- J. M. W. Turner
- Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller – Wolfgangsee
- David Wilkie – Columbus in the Convent at La Rabida
- January 3 – Fanny Cornforth, born Sarah Cox, English artists' model (died 1909)
- March 31 – John La Farge, American painter and stained-glass artist (died 1910)
- May 11 – Stefano Bruzzi, Italian painter (died 1911)
- June 15 – Adah Isaacs Menken, American actress, painter and poet (died 1868)
- July 2 – George Dunlop Leslie, English genre painter (died 1921)
- December 9 – Raffaele Belliazzi, Italian sculptor (died 1917)
- date unknown – Stanisław Chlebowski, Polish painter especially of oriental themes (died 1884)
- February 13 – Jean-Baptiste Roman, French sculptor (born 1792)
- March 20 – Louis Léopold Robert, Swiss painter (born 1794)
- April 1 – Bartolomeo Pinelli, Italian illustrator and engraver (born 1771)
- April 4 – Friedrich August von Klinkowström, German artist, author and teacher (born 1778)
- April 5 – Ivan Martos, Russian-Ukrainian sculptor and art teacher (born 1754)
- May 15 – Pauline Auzou, French painter (born 1775)
- June 21 – Jan Rustem, Turkish-born portrait painter (born 1762)
- June 25 – Antoine-Jean Gros, French painter (born 1771)
- August 20 – Friedrich Rehberg, German portrait and historical painter (born 1758)
- October 23 – Thomas Heaphy, English watercolour and portrait painter (born 1775)
- November 3 – Giacomo Guardi, Italian veduta painter (born 1764)
- November 17 – Carle Vernet, French painter (born 1758)
- December 1 – Charles Hayter, English painter (born 1761)
- December 2 – James Fittler, English engraver (born 1758)
- date unknown – Elkanah Tisdale, American engraver, miniature painter and cartoonist (born 1768)
- "Parliament's Pugin Plaque in Salisbury". Clifton Diocese. July 2007. Archived from the original on 2012-07-24. Retrieved 2012-03-19.
- Schmied, Wieland (1995). Caspar David Friedrich. New York: H.N. Abrams. p. 44. ISBN 0-8109-3327-6.
- Robertson, Patrick (1974). The Shell Book of Firsts. London: Ebury Press. pp. 127–8. ISBN 0-7181-1279-2.