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William Hopwood

(1784-1853), Printmaker

Artist associated with 21 portraits

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Stephen Hales, by William Hopwood, published by  Robert John Thornton, after  Thomas Hudson, and after  Coates - NPG D34344

Stephen Hales

by William Hopwood, published by Robert John Thornton, after Thomas Hudson, and after Coates
stipple engraving and etching, published 1 December 1800 (circa 1759)
NPG D34344

Stephen Hales, by William Hopwood, published by  Robert John Thornton, after  Thomas Hudson, and after  Coates - NPG D35209

Stephen Hales

by William Hopwood, published by Robert John Thornton, after Thomas Hudson, and after Coates
stipple engraving and etching, published 1 December 1800 (circa 1759)
NPG D35209

Stephen Hales, by William Hopwood, published by  Robert John Thornton, after  Thomas Hudson, and after  Coates - NPG D35210

Stephen Hales

by William Hopwood, published by Robert John Thornton, after Thomas Hudson, and after Coates
stipple engraving and etching, published 1 December 1800 (circa 1759)
NPG D35210

Joseph Pitton de Tournefort with 'A Zephyr disclosing to an astonished world, the System of Tournefort', by William Hopwood, published by  Robert John Thornton - NPG D34355

Joseph Pitton de Tournefort with 'A Zephyr disclosing to an astonished world, the System of Tournefort'

by William Hopwood, published by Robert John Thornton
stipple engraving and etching, published 1 August 1802
NPG D34355

Joseph Pitton de Tournefort with 'A Zephyr disclosing to an astonished world, the System of Tournefort', by William Hopwood, published by  Robert John Thornton, after  Unknown artist - NPG D39657

Joseph Pitton de Tournefort with 'A Zephyr disclosing to an astonished world, the System of Tournefort'

by William Hopwood, published by Robert John Thornton, after Unknown artist
stipple engraving and etching, published 1 August 1802
NPG D39657

Jean-Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet, Chevalier de Lamarck with 'The Pantheon at Paris', by William Hopwood, after  Jacques Louis David, and by  S. Porter, published by  Robert John Thornton - NPG D34338

Jean-Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet, Chevalier de Lamarck with 'The Pantheon at Paris'

by William Hopwood, after Jacques Louis David, and by S. Porter, published by Robert John Thornton
stipple engraving and etching, published December 1805
NPG D34338

Mary Anne Clarke (née Thompson), by William Hopwood, published by  Thomas Gillett, after  Thomas Rowlandson - NPG D20228

Mary Anne Clarke (née Thompson)

by William Hopwood, published by Thomas Gillett, after Thomas Rowlandson
stipple engraving, published 4 July 1809
NPG D20228

Elizabeth Yates (née Brunton) when Miss Brunton, by James Hopwood Jr, published by  Dean & Munday, after  William Hopwood - NPG D4959

Elizabeth Yates (née Brunton) when Miss Brunton

by James Hopwood Jr, published by Dean & Munday, after William Hopwood
coloured stipple and line engraving, published 1 November 1817
NPG D4959

Elizabeth Yates (née Brunton) when Miss Brunton, by James Hopwood Jr, published by  Dean & Munday, after  William Hopwood - NPG D8962

Elizabeth Yates (née Brunton) when Miss Brunton

by James Hopwood Jr, published by Dean & Munday, after William Hopwood
stipple and line engraving, published 1 November 1817
NPG D8962

'Dinner Party Dress invented by Miss Pierpoint', March 1827, probably by William Hopwood, published by  S. Robinson, published in  The Lady's Magazine - NPG D47586

'Dinner Party Dress invented by Miss Pierpoint', March 1827

probably by William Hopwood, published by S. Robinson, published in The Lady's Magazine
hand-coloured etching, line and stipple engraving, published 1 April 1827
NPG D47586

'Evening Dress invented by Miss Pierpoint', September 1827, probably by William Hopwood, published by  S. Robinson, published in  The Lady's Magazine - NPG D47587

'Evening Dress invented by Miss Pierpoint', September 1827

probably by William Hopwood, published by S. Robinson, published in The Lady's Magazine
hand-coloured etching, line and stipple engraving, published 1 October 1827
NPG D47587

'Evening Party Dress invented by Miss Pierpoint', August 1827, probably by William Hopwood, published by  S. Robinson, published in  The Lady's Magazine - NPG D47588

'Evening Party Dress invented by Miss Pierpoint', August 1827

probably by William Hopwood, published by S. Robinson, published in The Lady's Magazine
hand-coloured etching, line and stipple engraving, published 1 September 1827
NPG D47588

'Evening Costume invented by Miss Pierpoint', May 1827, probably by William Hopwood, published by  S. Robinson, published in  The Lady's Magazine - NPG D47589

'Evening Costume invented by Miss Pierpoint', May 1827

probably by William Hopwood, published by S. Robinson, published in The Lady's Magazine
hand-coloured etching, line and stipple engraving, published 1 June 1827
NPG D47589

'Home Costume invented by Miss Pierpoint', October 1827, probably by William Hopwood, published by  S. Robinson, published in  The Lady's Magazine - NPG D47591

'Home Costume invented by Miss Pierpoint', October 1827

probably by William Hopwood, published by S. Robinson, published in The Lady's Magazine
hand-coloured etching, line and stipple engraving, published 1 November 1827
NPG D47591

'Carriage Dress invented by Miss Pierpoint', November 1827, by William Hopwood, published by  S. Robinson, published in  The Lady's Magazine - NPG D47592

'Carriage Dress invented by Miss Pierpoint', November 1827

by William Hopwood, published by S. Robinson, published in The Lady's Magazine
hand-coloured etching, line and stipple engraving, published 1 December 1827
NPG D47592

'Carriage Dress invented by Miss Pierpoint', September 1827, probably by William Hopwood, published by  S. Robinson, published in  The Lady's Magazine - NPG D47593

'Carriage Dress invented by Miss Pierpoint', September 1827

probably by William Hopwood, published by S. Robinson, published in The Lady's Magazine
hand-coloured etching, line and stipple engraving, published 1 October 1827
NPG D47593

'Walking Dress invented by Miss Pierpoint', July 1827, probably by William Hopwood, published by  S. Robinson, published in  The Lady's Magazine - NPG D47594

'Walking Dress invented by Miss Pierpoint', July 1827

probably by William Hopwood, published by S. Robinson, published in The Lady's Magazine
hand-coloured etching, line and stipple engraving, published 1 August 1827
NPG D47594

'Evening Dress invented by Miss Pierpoint', December 1827, probably by William Hopwood, published by  S. Robinson, published in  The Lady's Magazine - NPG D47590

'Evening Dress invented by Miss Pierpoint', December 1827

probably by William Hopwood, published by S. Robinson, published in The Lady's Magazine
hand-coloured etching, line and stipple engraving, published 1 January 1828
NPG D47590

'Ball Dress, Dinner Party & Childs Dress', September 1829, by William Hopwood, published by  George Byrom Whittaker, published in  La Belle Assemblée or Bell’s Court and Fashionable Magazine - NPG D47650

'Ball Dress, Dinner Party & Childs Dress', September 1829

by William Hopwood, published by George Byrom Whittaker, published in La Belle Assemblée or Bell’s Court and Fashionable Magazine
hand-coloured etching, published 1 December 1829
NPG D47650

'Evening Dress', 1832, by William Hopwood, probably published by  Edward Bull, probably published in  The Court Magazine and Belle Assemblée - NPG D47662

'Evening Dress', 1832

by William Hopwood, probably published by Edward Bull, probably published in The Court Magazine and Belle Assemblée
hand-coloured etching, line and stipple engraving, 1832
NPG D47662

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