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20 April 1805 - 8 July 1873. German painter.

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Here are all the paintings of John Hoppner 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
2408 Captain George Porter John Hoppner Captain George Porter 1789 Denver Art Museum
44599 Dorothy Jordan as the Comic Muse John Hoppner Dorothy Jordan as the Comic Muse mk173 1786 Oil on canvas 236.9x145.4cm
2406 Jupiter and Io John Hoppner Jupiter and Io 1785
2409 Lady Caroline Capel Holding her Daughter Harriet John Hoppner Lady Caroline Capel Holding her Daughter Harriet   
75588 Portrait in oils of Eleanor Agnes Hobart John Hoppner Portrait in oils of Eleanor Agnes Hobart English: Portrait in oils of Eleanor Agnes Hobart, Countess of Buckinghamshire (died 1851) Date ca. 1800 cyf
74144 Portrait in oils of Eleanor Agnes Hobart, Countess of Buckinghamshire John Hoppner Portrait in oils of Eleanor Agnes Hobart, Countess of Buckinghamshire Portrait in oils of Eleanor Agnes Hobart, Countess of Buckinghamshire (died 1851) ca. 1800 cjr
81418 Portrait of Adam Duncan John Hoppner Portrait of Adam Duncan 1798(1798) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 74.9 x 62.2 cm (29.5 x 24.5 in) cyf
82592 Portrait of Adam Duncan John Hoppner Portrait of Adam Duncan . 1798(1798) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 74.9 x 62.2 cm (29.5 x 24.5 in) cyf
82909 Portrait of Dorothy Jordan John Hoppner Portrait of Dorothy Jordan 1791(1791) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 74.9 x 62.2 cm (29.5 x 24.5 in) cyf
98122 Portrait of George IV John Hoppner Portrait of George IV from 1790(1790) until 1796(1796) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 240 x 148.6 cm cyf
84359 Portrait of Miss Sarah Gale John Hoppner Portrait of Miss Sarah Gale 18th century Medium Oil cyf
68540 Portrait of the Frankland Sisters John Hoppner Portrait of the Frankland Sisters Technique Oil on canvas
71592 Portrait of the Frankland Sisters John Hoppner Portrait of the Frankland Sisters Date 1795
76615 Portrait of the Frankland Sisters John Hoppner Portrait of the Frankland Sisters 1795(1795) Oil on canvas 155 ?? 125 cm (61 ?? 49.2 in) cjr
78481 Portrait of the Frankland Sisters John Hoppner Portrait of the Frankland Sisters 1795(1795) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 155 x 125 cm (61 x 49.2 in) cyf
2410 Richard Brinsley Sheridan John Hoppner Richard Brinsley Sheridan   
29338 Richard Brinsley Sheridan John Hoppner Richard Brinsley Sheridan mk65 Oil on canvas 30x12"
43308 Sir George Beaumont John Hoppner Sir George Beaumont mk170 1803 Oil on canvas 77.5x63.9cm
68845 sir george beaumont John Hoppner sir george beaumont 1806 oil on canvas 77.5x63.9 se
2407 The Bowden Children John Hoppner The Bowden Children 1803
38191 The Ladies Sarah and Catherine Bligh John Hoppner The Ladies Sarah and Catherine Bligh mk29 c.1790 129.8x102.5cm Oil on canvas

John Hoppner
1758-1810 British John Hoppner Galleries John Hoppner (April 4?, 1758 - January 23, 1810), English portrait-painter, was born in Whitechapel. His father was of German extraction, and his mother was one of the German attendants at the royal palace. Hoppner was consequently brought early under the notice and received the patronage of George III, whose regard for him gave rise to unfounded scandal. As a boy he was a chorister at the royal chapel, but showing strong inclination for art, he in 1775 entered as a student at the Royal Academy. In 1778 he took a silver medal for drawing from the life, and in 1782 the Academy's highest award, the gold medal for historical painting, his subject being King Lear. He first exhibited at the Royal Academy In 1780. His earliest love was for landscape, but necessity obliged him to turn to the more lucrative business of portrait painting. At once successful, he had throughout life the most fashionable and wealthy sitters, and was the greatest rival of the growing attraction of Lawrence. Ideal subjects were very rarely at tempted by Hoppner, though a "Sleeping Venus," "Belisarius," "Jupiter and Io," a "Bacchante" and "Cupid and Psyche" are mentioned among his works. The prince of Wales visited him especially often, and many of his finest portraits are in the state apartments at St. James's Palace, the best perhaps being those of the prince, the duke and duchess of York, of Lord Rodney and of Lord Nelson, Among his other sitters were Sir Walter Scott, the Duke of Wellington, Frere and Sir George Beaumont. Competent judges have deemed his most successful works to be his portraits of women and children. A Series of Portraits of Ladies was published by him in 1803, and a volume of translations of Eastern tales into English verse in 1805. The verse is of but mediocre quality. In his later years Hoppner suffered from a chronic disease of the liver. He was confessedly an imitator of Reynolds. When first painted, his works were much admired for the brilliancy and harmony of their colouring, but the injury due to destructive mediums and lapse of time which many of them suffered caused a great depreciation in his reputation. The appearance, however, of some of his pictures in good condition has shown that his fame as a brilliant colourist was well founded. His drawing is faulty, but his touch has qualities of breadth and freedom that give to his paintings a faint reflection of the charm of Reynolds. Hoppner was a man of great social power, and had the knowledge and accomplishments of a man of the world. The best account of Hoppner's life and paintings is the exhaustive work by William McKay and W Roberts (1909
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