Neoclassicism and Romanticism

 


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John Singleton Copley



 


 
John Singleton Copley

(b ?Boston, 3 July 1738; d London, 9 Sept 1815).

American painter. He was the greatest American artist of the Colonial period, active as a portrait painter in Boston from 1753 to 1774. After a year of study in Italy and following the outbreak of the American Revolution, in 1775 he settled in London, where he spent the rest of his life, continuing to paint portraits and making his reputation as a history painter.




 


Self-Portrait
1769
Winterthur Museum, Delaware

 
 


Henry Pelham (Boy with a Squirrel)
1765
oil on canvas
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

 
 

John Hancock
1765
oil on canvas
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston



 

Mrs. Thomas Boylston (Sarah Morecock)
1765
oil on canvas
Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge



 

Nicholas Boylston
1767
oil on canvas
Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge



 

Young Lady with a Bird and Dog
1767
oil on canvas
The Toledo Museum of Art



 

The Death of Major Pierson on the 6th of January of 1781



 

The Three Youngest Daughters of George III
1785
The Royal Collection of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II



 

Sir William Pepperrell and His Family
1778
North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh



 

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Izard (Ralph Izard & Alice Delancey)
1775
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston



 

Mrs. Joseph Barrell (Hannah Fitch)
1771
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston



 

Mrs. Richard Skinner (Dorothy Wendell)
1772
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston



 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mifflin (Thomas Mifflin & Sarah Morris)
1773
Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh



 

Mrs. Thomas Gage (Margaret Kemble)
1771
Timken Museum of Art, San Diego
 

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