Thomas Pope-Stevens, Portrait and Landscape Painter

(fl. 1765-1780)

Portrait and Landscape Painter

From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

Son of the foregoing Thomas Pope. He entered the Dublin Society's Schools in 1764, the same year as his brother Somerville. In 1765 he sent, from Parliament Street, three landscapes and three portraits to the exhibition in George's Lane. He was in Stephen Street in 1766 and exhibited two landscapes and two portraits, and in 1768 and 1769 he was also an exhibitor. He was then living in Kevin Street, but afterwards moved to Bolton Street, and sent pictures from there to the Exhibitions of 1771, 1775, 1777 and 1780. He had as many as fifteen portraits and two landscapes in the Exhibition of 1777.

The following Table shows the relationship of the members of the Pope family:

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