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Thomas Hodgetts

(circa 1781-1858), 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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John Gage Rokewode when John Gage, by Thomas Hodgetts, after  Margaret Sarah Carpenter - NPG D4114

John Gage Rokewode when John Gage

by Thomas Hodgetts, after Margaret Sarah Carpenter
mezzotint, published 1824
NPG D4114

Frederick, Duke of York and Albany, by Thomas Hodgetts, after  Andrew Geddes - NPG D33220

Frederick, Duke of York and Albany

by Thomas Hodgetts, after Andrew Geddes
mezzotint, (1825)
NPG D33220

John Broster, by Thomas Hodgetts, published by  Archibald Constable & Co, published by  William Blackwood, published by  Hurst, Robinson & Co, after  John Syme - NPG D826

John Broster

by Thomas Hodgetts, published by Archibald Constable & Co, published by William Blackwood, published by Hurst, Robinson & Co, after John Syme
mezzotint, published 1825
NPG D826

John Broster, by Thomas Hodgetts, published by  Archibald Constable & Co, published by  William Blackwood, published by  Hurst, Robinson & Co, after  John Syme - NPG D827

John Broster

by Thomas Hodgetts, published by Archibald Constable & Co, published by William Blackwood, published by Hurst, Robinson & Co, after John Syme
mezzotint, published 2 February 1825
NPG D827

Sir Charles William Doyle, by Thomas Hodgetts, after  Margaret Sarah Carpenter - NPG D1789

Sir Charles William Doyle

by Thomas Hodgetts, after Margaret Sarah Carpenter
mezzotint, published 1827
NPG D1789

Sir Charles William Doyle, by Thomas Hodgetts, after  Margaret Sarah Carpenter - NPG D1790

Sir Charles William Doyle

by Thomas Hodgetts, after Margaret Sarah Carpenter
mezzotint, published 1827
NPG D1790

Sir Charles William Doyle, by Thomas Hodgetts, after  Margaret Sarah Carpenter - NPG D1791

Sir Charles William Doyle

by Thomas Hodgetts, after Margaret Sarah Carpenter
mezzotint, published 1827
NPG D1791

Sir John Poo Beresford, 1st Bt, by Thomas Hodgetts, after  Sir William Beechey - NPG D31698

Sir John Poo Beresford, 1st Bt

by Thomas Hodgetts, after Sir William Beechey
mezzotint, published 1828
NPG D31698

Sir John Poo Beresford, 1st Bt, by Thomas Hodgetts, after  Sir William Beechey - NPG D31699

Sir John Poo Beresford, 1st Bt

by Thomas Hodgetts, after Sir William Beechey
mezzotint, circa 1828
NPG D31699

Henry Joseph Thomas Drury, by Thomas Hodgetts, after  Margaret Sarah Carpenter - NPG D35588

Henry Joseph Thomas Drury

by Thomas Hodgetts, after Margaret Sarah Carpenter
mezzotint, (1828)
NPG D35588

Thomas Charles Hope, by Thomas Hodgetts, published by  David Hatton, after  Sir Henry Raeburn - NPG D35975

Thomas Charles Hope

by Thomas Hodgetts, published by David Hatton, after Sir Henry Raeburn
mezzotint, published 1828-1830
NPG D35975

Henry Joseph Thomas Drury, by Thomas Hodgetts, after  Margaret Sarah Carpenter - NPG D1659

Henry Joseph Thomas Drury

by Thomas Hodgetts, after Margaret Sarah Carpenter
mezzotint, (1828)
NPG D1659

Henry Joseph Thomas Drury, by Thomas Hodgetts, after  Margaret Sarah Carpenter - NPG D1660

Henry Joseph Thomas Drury

by Thomas Hodgetts, after Margaret Sarah Carpenter
mezzotint, (1828)
NPG D1660

King George IV, by Thomas Hodgetts, published by  Martin Colnaghi, after  Sir Thomas Lawrence - NPG D33356

King George IV

by Thomas Hodgetts, published by Martin Colnaghi, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, published June 1829
NPG D33356

Alexander Alexander, by Thomas Hodgetts, after  Sir John Watson-Gordon - NPG D341

Alexander Alexander

by Thomas Hodgetts, after Sir John Watson-Gordon
mezzotint, published 1830
NPG D341

Alexander Alexander, by Thomas Hodgetts, after  Sir John Watson-Gordon - NPG D342

Alexander Alexander

by Thomas Hodgetts, after Sir John Watson-Gordon
mezzotint, published 1830
NPG D342

Harriet Waylett, by Thomas Hodgetts, after  Frederick Meyer - NPG D4706

Harriet Waylett

by Thomas Hodgetts, after Frederick Meyer
mezzotint, published 1830
NPG D4706

William Huskisson, by Thomas Hodgetts, published by  Martin Colnaghi, after  Richard Rothwell - NPG D36414

William Huskisson

by Thomas Hodgetts, published by Martin Colnaghi, after Richard Rothwell
mezzotint, published August 1832 (1830)
NPG D36414

Thomas Denman, 1st Baron Denman, by Thomas Hodgetts, after  Thomas Barber - NPG D1738

Thomas Denman, 1st Baron Denman

by Thomas Hodgetts, after Thomas Barber
mezzotint, 1832 or after
NPG D1738

Mary, Queen of Scots, by Thomas Hodgetts, published by  A.W. Maclean, after  Farino - NPG D25084

Mary, Queen of Scots

by Thomas Hodgetts, published by A.W. Maclean, after Farino
mezzotint, published 1 June 1833
NPG D25084

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Richard Hodgetts

30 August 2017, 07:00

http://www.foncc.org.uk/burials/grave-search/record.php?rec=2180
The link above describes Thomas Hodgetts the artist as dying in 1858. The following inscription states;
Inscription
In Memory of
THOMAS HODGETTS
ARTIST
who died 27 April 1858
Aged 78 Years.
and was the first person
interred in this Cemetery
Requiescat in pace
Amen

Richard Hodgetts

26 October 2016, 03:29

Thomas Hodgetts, birth & death unknown. Married Harriot Hardy 14 August 1803, St Andrews, Holborn London. Known children: Emma Hodgetts 1806 Robert Moore 1808- artist & engraver Harriet 1815- Mary Amelia 1818-1901 Thomas Carderay 1821-1909 artist Edwin Dance 1825-

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