Events in the year 1829 in Art.
- November – Thomas Hornor's Panoramic view of London, the largest panoramic painting ever created, is completed in the London Colosseum, purpose-designed by Decimus Burton in Regent's Park.
- December – The final issue of The Yankee magazine by art critic John Neal is published.
- Jean-Hippolyte Flandrin and his brother Jean Paul Flandrin set out to walk to Paris from Lyons, in order to become pupils of Louis Hersent.
- John Constable – Hadleigh Castle
- William Etty – Benaiah
- Christen Købke – View of Århus Cathedral
- Cornelis Kruseman – Portrait of Johannes van den Bosch
- Edwin Henry Landseer – An Illicit Whisky Still in the Highlands
- Bernardo López Piquer – Maria Isabel of Braganza
- J. M. W. Turner – Ulysses Deriding Polyphemus
- David Wilkie – George IV in Highland dress
- February 20 – Charles-Auguste Lebourg, French sculptor (died 1906)
- March 1 – Adolf Seel, German painter (died 1907)
- March 5 – Jean-Jacques Henner, French painter (died 1905)
- June 8 – John Everett Millais, English painter (died 1896)
- July 18 – Paul Dubois, French sculptor and painter (died 1905)
- July 25 – Elizabeth Siddal, English Pre-Raphaelite artists' model, painter and poet (died 1862)
- August 19 – Edward Moran, American marine painter (died 1901)
- September 12 – Anselm Feuerbach, German classicist painter (died 1880)
- September 16 – Achille Emperaire, French painter and friend of Paul Cézanne (died 1898)
- November 20 – Albert Fitch Bellows, American landscape painter (died 1883)
- date unknown – John Lewis Brown, French painter (died 1892)
- January 6 – Louis Gerverot, French porcelain painter (born 1747)
- February 4 – Pierre Charles Baquoy, French painter and engraver especially of famous historical characters (born 1759)
- March 21 – George Engleheart, English miniaturist (born 1752)
- March 24 – Jean-Jacques Karpff, French painter, designer and miniaturist (born 1770)
- May 24 – Michał Ceptowski, Bavarian-born stucco artist who settled and worked in Poland (born 1765)
- June 25 – Joseph Bergler the Younger, Austrian-born painter and etcher who settled and worked in Bohemia (born 1753)
- July 14 – Joseph Kreutzinger, Austrian portrait painter (born 1757)
- September 22 – Jes Bundsen, Danish architectural and landscape painter and etcher (born 1766)
- September 27 – Pietro Bettelini, Italian engraver (born 1763)
- November 12 – Jean-Baptiste Regnault, French painter (born 1754)
- date unknown
- Nikolai Ivanovich Argunov, Russian painter and academician of the St. Petersburg Academy of arts (born 1771)
- Joseph-François Ducq, Flemish historical and portrait painter (born 1763)
- Joseph Farey, English mechanical engineer and draughtsman (born 1796)
- Gai Qi, Chinese poet and painter (born 1774)
- Zhang Yin, Chinese Qing dynasty calligrapher and painter (born 1761)
- Holt, Kerin (2012). "Chapter 9: Here, There, and Everywhere: The Elusive Regionalism of John Neal". In Watts, Edward; Carlson, David J. (eds.). John Neal and Nineteenth Century American Literature and Culture. Lewisburg, Pennsylvania: Bucknell University Press. p. 185. ISBN 9781611484205.
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