HOPSON, HENRY

(fl. c. 1786-1791)

Painter

From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

He became a pupil in the Dublin Society's School in 1780, and won medals in 1781 and 1785. Recommended by the Society, who certified to his great merit during his attendance at the School he started in practice in 1786; but nothing further is heard of him. H. Houston (q.v.) engraved, for the "Universal Magazine," February, 1791, a portrait of J. P. Curran, after him.

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