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John Hoppner

(1758-1810), Painter

Sitter in 13 portraits
Artist associated with 217 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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Richard Humphries (Humphreys), by and published by John Young, after and published by  John Hoppner - NPG L269.A3.12

Richard Humphries (Humphreys)

by and published by John Young, after and published by John Hoppner
mezzotint, published 3rd January 1788
On display in Room 11 on Floor 3 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG L269.A3.12

Dorothy Jordan, by John Hoppner - NPG 7041

Dorothy Jordan

by John Hoppner
oil on canvas, exhibited 1791
On display in Room 15 on Floor 3 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 7041

Francis Russell, 5th Duke of Bedford, by William Grimaldi, after  John Hoppner - NPG 6296

Francis Russell, 5th Duke of Bedford

by William Grimaldi, after John Hoppner
watercolour and bodycolour on ivory, early 19th century, based on a work of 1796-1797
NPG 6296

Sir Ralph Abercromby, after John Hoppner - NPG 1538

Sir Ralph Abercromby

after John Hoppner
oil on canvas, based on a work from the early 19th century
NPG 1538

Sir George Howland Beaumont, 7th Bt, by John Wright, after  John Hoppner - NPG 3157

Sir George Howland Beaumont, 7th Bt

by John Wright, after John Hoppner
watercolour, engraved 1812, based on a work of 1803
NPG 3157

William Pitt, studio of John Hoppner - NPG L267

William Pitt

studio of John Hoppner
oil on canvas, circa 1805 or after
On display in Room 18 on Floor 3 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG L267

Unknown man, formerly known as George Hibbert, by John Murphy, after  John Hoppner - NPG D35756

Unknown man, formerly known as George Hibbert

by John Murphy, after John Hoppner
mezzotint, late 18th-early 19th century
NPG D35756

Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester, by Caroline Watson, after  John Hoppner - NPG D10840

Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester

by Caroline Watson, after John Hoppner
stipple engraving, published 1785
NPG D10840

George Hibbert, by James Ward, after  John Hoppner - NPG D35757

George Hibbert

by James Ward, after John Hoppner
mezzotint, 1785-1859
NPG D35757

Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester, by Caroline Watson, after  John Hoppner - NPG D8579

Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester

by Caroline Watson, after John Hoppner
stipple engraving, published 1785
NPG D8579

Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester, by and published by Caroline Watson, after  John Hoppner - NPG D14947

Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester

by and published by Caroline Watson, after John Hoppner
hand-coloured stipple engraving, published 1 March 1785
NPG D14947

Princess Sophia, by and published by Caroline Watson, after  John Hoppner - NPG D14891

Princess Sophia

by and published by Caroline Watson, after John Hoppner
stipple engraving, published 12 April 1786
NPG D14891

Dorothy Jordan in the Character of the Comic Muse, by and published by Thomas Park, after  John Hoppner - NPG D36742

Dorothy Jordan in the Character of the Comic Muse

by and published by Thomas Park, after John Hoppner
mezzotint, published 1 August 1787 (1786)
NPG D36742

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