Artaria and Company (1765 - c. 1890) was founded by Carlo Artaria in 1765 in Vienna, then the capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Originally a specialty publisher of maps, the company had expanded its business to include music by the mid-1770s. Its most important early collaboration was with the Austrian composer Joseph Haydn, who published more than 300 works through Artaria. Artaria continued to be a major European publisher well into the 19th century.