Guy Head(1753-1800), Artist
Artist associated with 9 portraits
Guy Head enrolled at the Royal Academy schools in 1778, and over the next few years he exhibited a variety of works in London. In 1785, Head moved to Amsterdam where he painted portraits for the Hope family of merchants; he subsequently moved to Italy. In 1787, Head was elected to the academy at Florence and the following year he settled in Rome. He stayed for eleven years, establishing a successful portrait and history painting practice.
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