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Sarah Hoadly (1676-1743)

Artist associated with 7 portraits
Little is known of the early life of Sarah Hoadly, portrait painter. Born Sarah Curtis, in 1701 she married Benjamin Hoadly, who would become Bishop of Winchester. After her marriage she painted portraits of family members, friends and those in her social circles.

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243

William Whiston

after Sarah Hoadly
oil on canvas, (circa 1720?)
NPG 243

31

Benjamin Hoadly

by Sarah Hoadly
oil on canvas, circa 1726-1743
NPG 31

D927

Gilbert Burnet

by John Simon, after Sarah Hoadly
mezzotint, 1715 or after
NPG D927

D928

Gilbert Burnet

by John Simon, after Sarah Hoadly
mezzotint, 1715 or after
NPG D928

D32501

William Whiston

by George Vertue, after Sarah Hoadly
line engraving, 1720
NPG D32501

D31135

Gilbert Burnet

by Bernard Picart (Picard), after Sarah Hoadly
line engraving, 1724
NPG D31135

D31134

Gilbert Burnet

by Jacobus Houbraken, after Sarah Hoadly
line engraving, mid 18th century
NPG D31134

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