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John Hoppner

(1758-1810), Painter

Sitter in 13 portraits
Artist associated with 213 portraits
Portrait painter. His early success made him appear the natural successor to Sir Joshua Reynolds until the arrival in London in 1787 of Thomas Lawrence. While Hoppner was made portrait painter to the Prince of Wales in 1789, ensuring him extensive patronage in Whig political circles, it was Lawrence who became painter to the King.

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John Hoppner, by John Hoppner - NPG 5950

John Hoppner

by John Hoppner
oil on canvas, circa 1800
NPG 5950

'Titianus Redivivus; - or - the seven-wise-men consulting the new Venetian oracle', by James Gillray, published by  Hannah Humphrey - NPG D13085

'Titianus Redivivus; - or - the seven-wise-men consulting the new Venetian oracle'

by James Gillray, published by Hannah Humphrey
hand-coloured etching, published 2 November 1797
NPG D13085

Royal Academicians, by Charles Bestland, after  Henry Singleton - NPG D10716

Royal Academicians

by Charles Bestland, after Henry Singleton
stipple engraving, published 1802 (1795)
NPG D10716

Key to Royal Academicians, by Charles Bestland, after  Henry Singleton - NPG D36021

Key to Royal Academicians

by Charles Bestland, after Henry Singleton
stipple engraving, published 1802 (1795)
NPG D36021

John Hoppner, by and published by Charles Turner, after  John Hoppner - NPG D35988

John Hoppner

by and published by Charles Turner, after John Hoppner
mezzotint, published 27 February 1805 (circa 1800)
NPG D35988

John Hoppner, by and published by Charles Turner, after  John Hoppner - NPG D35989

John Hoppner

by and published by Charles Turner, after John Hoppner
mezzotint, published 27 February 1805 (circa 1800)
NPG D35989

John Hoppner, by and published by Charles Turner, after  John Hoppner - NPG D3090

John Hoppner

by and published by Charles Turner, after John Hoppner
mezzotint, published 27 February 1805 (circa 1800)
NPG D3090

John Hoppner, by Charles Turner, after  John Hoppner - NPG D3091

John Hoppner

by Charles Turner, after John Hoppner
mezzotint, published 1805 (circa 1800)
NPG D3091

John Hoppner, by William Daniell, after  George Dance - NPG D12076

John Hoppner

by William Daniell, after George Dance
soft-ground etching, published 15 March 1810 (10 November 1793)
NPG D12076

John Hoppner, by William Daniell, after  George Dance - NPG D12150

John Hoppner

by William Daniell, after George Dance
soft-ground etching, published 15 March 1810 (10 November 1793)
NPG D12150

John Hoppner, by Henry Meyer, published by  T. Cadell & W. Davies, after  John Wright, after  John Hoppner - NPG D35987

John Hoppner

by Henry Meyer, published by T. Cadell & W. Davies, after John Wright, after John Hoppner
stipple engraving, published 4 June 1812 (circa 1800)
NPG D35987

John Hoppner, by Henry Meyer, published by  T. Cadell & W. Davies, after  John Wright, after  John Hoppner - NPG D13934

John Hoppner

by Henry Meyer, published by T. Cadell & W. Davies, after John Wright, after John Hoppner
stipple engraving, published 4 June 1812 (circa 1800)
NPG D13934

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John Hoppner

by Henry Meyer, published by T. Cadell & W. Davies, after John Wright, after John Hoppner
stipple engraving, published 4 June 1812 (circa 1800)
NPG D19529

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