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Hoppner, John, 1758-1810 National Library of France NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Australia National Library of Ireland Vatican Library National Library of the Czech Republic German National Library National Library of Spain Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of the Netherlands National Library of Poland

John Hoppner British painter Wikidata

Hoppner, John ISNI

Hoppner, John (British painter, 1758-1810) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

VIAF ID: 5199880 (Personal)


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Admiral Adam Duncan, 1st Viscount Duncan of Camperdown (1731 - 1804) Wikidata
Bygone beauties: "A select series of ten portraits of ladies of rank and fashion," Library of Congress/NACO
Charles Abbot, 1st Baron Colchester Wikidata
Charles Manners-Sutton (1755-1828), Dean of Windsor and later Archbishop of Canterbury Wikidata
The Countess of Darnley and her Daughter, Lady Elizabeth Bligh Wikidata
Domestic happiness National Library of Spain
Duke of Wellington National Library of Ireland
Edward, Duke of Kent (1767-1820) Wikidata
Francis Russell (1765-1802), 5th Duke of Bedford Wikidata
The Frankland Sisters Wikidata
[General Earl Wellington, K.B. National Library of Ireland
The Hon. Lucy Byng Wikidata
The Hoppner Children Wikidata
Jane, Daughter of the Hon. John Evans of Bulgaden Hall and of Grace Freke of Castlefreke, and the wife of Richard Grace of Boley M.P. OB. 1804 Æt 41. National Library of Ireland
John Jervis (1735-1823), Baron Jervis and Earl St Vincent Wikidata
The Ladies Sarah and Catherine Bligh Wikidata
Lady Cunliffe Wikidata
Lady Hester King (died 1873) Wikidata
Lady Musgrave et un enfant Wikidata
Lord Clare National Library of Ireland
Lord Farnborough Wikidata
Lord Grenville. National Library of Ireland
Louisa Lane, Called 'Cecilia' Wikidata
Madame Hilligsberg Wikidata
Major Thomas Pechell (1753–1826) Wikidata
Master Frederick van Diest Wikidata
Master Orde Wikidata
The masterpieces of Hoppner (1758-1810); sixty reproductions of photographs from the original paintings, affording examples of the different characteristics of the artist's work. National Library of the Netherlands National Library of Poland National Library of Spain NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library Vatican Library
Die Meisterbilder. - German National Library National Library of the Netherlands
Miss Charlotte Papendick as a Child Wikidata
Miss Harriet Cholmondeley Wikidata
Miss Louisa van Diest Wikidata
[Mrs. Gardener and her children, full-length family portrait] Library of Congress/NACO
Mrs. Hunter Wikidata
Mrs. John Garden (Ann Garden, 1769–1842) and Her Children, John (1796–1854) and Ann Margaret (born 1793) Wikidata
Mrs Jordan (1761-1816) as the Comic Muse Wikidata
Mrs. Jordan in the character of Hypolita ... National Library of Ireland Wikidata
Mrs. Moncrieff Wikidata
Mrs. Richard Bache (Sarah Franklin, 1743–1808) Wikidata
Mrs. Sheridan. National Library of Ireland Wikidata
Mrs. Thomas Pechell (Charlotte Clavering, died 1841) Wikidata
Mrs. Whaley (died 1798, Isle of Man) Wikidata
Mrs Williams Wikidata
Oriental tales Sudoc [ABES], France
Peter Dolland Wikidata
[Pittura. Artisti inglesi. Secolo XVIII-XIX] Vatican Library
Portrait de femme Wikidata
Portrait of a Woman; (reverse, now covered by relining canvas) Study of a Child's Head Wikidata
Portrait of an Officer Wikidata
Portrait of Count George Spencer (2nd) (1758-1834) Wikidata
Portrait of Doctor Simmons, Physician to King George III Wikidata
Portrait of Richard Brinsley Sheridan (1751-1816) Wikidata
Portrait of William Inigo Jones Wikidata
Portret mężczyzny Wikidata
Princess Amelia (1783-1810) Wikidata
Princess Mary (1776-1857) Wikidata
Princess Sophia Mathilda of Gloucester [estampe] National Library of France Wikidata
[Recueil. Oeuvre de John Hoppner] National Library of France
Richard Grace of Boley Esquire M.P.. Son of William Grace who was third son Michael Grace of Gracefield and of Mary Harford of Marshfield near Dublin. O.B. 1801. AET 40. National Library of Ireland
Richard Humphreys, the Boxer Wikidata
Right Honble. the Earl of Moira, Commander in Chief of his Majesty's forces in North Britain, &c.&c.&c. National Library of Ireland
The Right Hone. Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick. National Library of Ireland
The Right Honorable William Pitt, the younger Wikidata
The Right Honourable Lord Wellington, &C. &C. National Library of Ireland
The Sackville Children Wikidata
[Sarah Franklin Bache, head and shoulders portrait] Library of Congress/NACO
The Satires of Decimus Junius Juvenalis, translated into English verse. By William Gifford, Esq. With notes and illustrations. Sudoc [ABES], France
Sir George Beaumont Wikidata
Sir John Beckett Wikidata
Sir Ralph Abercromby, 1734 - 1801. General Wikidata
An Unknown British Officer, Probably of 11th (North Devonshire) Regiment of Foot, c.1800 Wikidata
William Dundas, 1762 - 1845. Politician Wikidata
William IV (1765-1837), when Duke of Clarence Wikidata
William Lamb (1779-1848), 2nd Viscount Melbourne Wikidata
William Markham (1719-1807), Archbishop of York Wikidata
William Pitt from the original by Hoppner in the collection of The Rt Hon'ble Lord Carrington Library of Congress/NACO Wikidata
William Smith the Actor Wikidata
William Wyndham Grenville, 1st Baron Grenville Wikidata
Портрет Джорджа Джона, 2-го графа Спенсера (1758-1834) Wikidata
Портрет Ричарда Бринсли Шеридана (1751-1816) Wikidata

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