J. Hopkins, Miniature Painter

( fl. 1791-1809)

Miniature Painter

From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

A miniature painter who came to Dublin from London in 1800. He resided for a short time at No. 27 Dame Street, and painted miniatures "in the first style of elegance" ("Hibernian Journal," 27th October, 1800). He sent eighteen works to the exhibition of the Dublin Artists at 32 Dame Street, in 1800, consisting of portraits, landscapes, etc., in oil and water-colour. He exhibited in London, at the Royal Academy, between 1791 and 1809.

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