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John Hamilton Mortimer (1740-1779), History painter

Sitter in 6 portraits
Artist associated with 11 portraits
The history painter, portraitist and illustrator John Hamilton Mortimer was well-known for his conversation pieces and his romantic subjects set in the wild Italian countryside. He became President of the Society of Artists in 1774 but died young a few years later.

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John Hamilton Mortimer with a student

after John Hamilton Mortimer
oil on canvas, circa 1765
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D14579

John Hamilton Mortimer

by and published by Robert Blyth, after John Hamilton Mortimer
etching, published 19 September 1782
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D39053

John Hamilton Mortimer

by Valentine Green, published by Ireland, after John Hamilton Mortimer
mezzotint, published 18 August 1779
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D39054

John Hamilton Mortimer

by Valentine Green, after John Hamilton Mortimer
mezzotint, published 1779
NPG D39054

D39055

John Hamilton Mortimer

by and published by Robert Blyth, after John Hamilton Mortimer
etching, published 19 September 1782
NPG D39055

D39056

John Hamilton Mortimer

by Robert Blyth, after John Hamilton Mortimer
etching, published 1782
NPG D39056

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