Later Victorian Portraits Catalogue
Arthur Hopkins (1848-1930), Illustrator; landscape and coastal painter
Illustrator and painter in oils and watercolours; born 30 December 1848 in London, brother of illustrator Everard Hopkins and poet Gerard Manley Hopkins. Studied at Royal Academy Schools 1872; exh. RA 18751925; black-and-white work for the Illustrated London News 187298, the Graphic 187486, and Punch 18931902; book illustrations for Thomas Hardy (The Return of the Native, 1878) and Wilkie Collins; Associate, Royal Society of Painters in Water Colour 1877, Member, RWS 1896; died 10 or 16 September 1930, in Hampstead, London.
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RA Exhibitors 197382
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