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Thomas Hodgetts (active 1801-1846), Painter and engraver

Artist associated with 76 portraits
Thomas Hodgetts was a London-based painter and mezzotint engraver. He specialised in religious subjects, portraits and landscapes. Hodgetts exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy between 1801 and 1824. He also showed his work at the British Institution and, as an engraver, at the Suffolk Street gallery from 1778 to 1783.

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D32718

Charles Cartwright

by Thomas Hodgetts, after George Francis Joseph
mezzotint, early 19th century
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D40660

Cropley Ashley-Cooper, 6th Earl of Shaftesbury

by Thomas Hodgetts, after William Owen
mezzotint, early 19th century
NPG D40660

D35899

James Hogarth

by Thomas Hodgetts, after George Watson
mezzotint, early 19th century
NPG D35899

D33389

John Clayton

by Thomas Hodgetts, published by and after Samuel Medley
mezzotint, published 1 November 1805
NPG D33389

D1469

John Clayton

by Thomas Hodgetts, published by and after Samuel Medley
mezzotint, published 1 November 1805
NPG D1469

D13747

Charles Morris

by and published by Thomas Hodgetts, published by and after Archer James Oliver
mezzotint, published 21 June 1808
NPG D13747

D345

Joseph Ames

by Thomas Hodgetts, after Unknown artist
mezzotint, 1810
NPG D345

D38291

Thomas Martin

by Thomas Hodgetts, published for William Richard Beckford Miller, after Thomas Cook, after Sir John Fenn
mezzotint, published December 1811
NPG D38291

D560

Anthony Askew

by Thomas Hodgetts, published for William Richard Beckford Miller, after Allan Ramsay
mezzotint, published December 1811
NPG D560

D21214

Sir David Baird

by Thomas Hodgetts, after Sir Henry Raeburn
mezzotint, 1814 or after
NPG D21214

D722

Henrietta Elizabeth (née Peirse), Lady Beresford

by Thomas Hodgetts, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, (circa 1815)
NPG D722

D42359

Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher

by Thomas Hodgetts, published by Colnaghi & Co, after John Boaden, after Muller
mezzotint, published 1 January 1816
NPG D42359

D1932

Richard Farmer

by Thomas Hodgetts, after George Romney
mezzotint, published 1816
NPG D1932

D3066

Thomas Holcroft

by Thomas Hodgetts, after John Opie
mezzotint, published 1816 (circa 1804)
NPG D3066

D4001

Isaac Reed

by Thomas Hodgetts, published by John Samuel Murray, after George Romney
mezzotint, published March 1816 (1796)
NPG D4001

D6908

Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex

by Thomas Hodgetts, after John James Masquerier
mezzotint, published 1816
NPG D6908

D20183

Isaac Reed

by Thomas Hodgetts, published by John Samuel Murray, after George Romney
mezzotint, published March 1816 (1796)
NPG D20183

D2528

Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey

by Thomas Hodgetts, after James Northcote
mezzotint, published 1817
NPG D2528

D33515

Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales

by Henry Edward Dawe, and by Thomas Hodgetts, after George Dawe
mezzotint, published 12 January 1818 (1817)
NPG D33515

D1189

John Campbell

by Thomas Hodgetts, after John Renton
mezzotint, published 1819
NPG D1189

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