An open-access digital art history project funded by The Leverhulme Trust and supported by Queen Mary University of London.
The Principal Investigator of the project is Dr Hannah Williams.
The website was designed and built by Dr Chris Sparks.
You can map your own points by pasting data from a spreadsheet. You will need to have a latitude and a longitude column. You can optionally add a name column and a description column to populate the pop-up that displays when you click a marker.
For more information see the final section of our Guide page.
Click the preview image to show or hide a feature or map.
To cite this website in your research:
Hannah Williams & Chris Sparks, Artists in Paris: Mapping the 18th-Century Art World, www.artistsinparis.org (accessed [insert today’s date])
Each map view has a unique, shareable address (URL) that loads this view (map area, addresses and popups). You can see it in the address bar at the top of your browser, or copy it from the box below.
Want to use one of our maps in a slideshow or presentation? Click the button below to save the current map view to your device as an image file. The saved file will include the map and markers for addresses and points of interest; popups cannot be saved.
If you use our maps, please cite the website as indicated above. The greyscale map layer is by Stamen Design, under CC BY 3.0. Data by OpenStreetMap, under ODbL.