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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

1784
Oil on canvas
National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington
 


 


Mary MacIntosh Royall and Elizabeth Royall
1758
oil on canvas
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston



 


The Copley Family

c. 1776
Oil on canvas, 184,4 x 229,7 cm
National Gallery of Art, Washington


 

Paul Revere

1768-70
Oil on canvas, 87,5 x 71,5 cm
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston



 

Mrs John Winthrop

1773
Oil on canvas, 90,2 x 73 cm
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
 
 

Charles Pelham
1753



 

The Return of Neptune
1754
oil on canvas
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York



 

Theodore Atkinson
1757
oil on canvas
Museum of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design, Providence


 

Epes Sargent
1761
oil on canvas
National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.



 

Mrs. Samuel Quincy (Hannah Hill)
1761
oil on canvas
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston



 

Mrs. Nathaniel Allen (Sarah Sargent)
1763
oil on canvas
Minneapolis Institute of Arts



 

Mrs. Benjamin Pickman (Mary Toppan)
1763
oil on canvas
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT.



 

Mrs. Daniel Sargent (Mary Turner)
1763
oil on canvas
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco



 

Nathaniel Sparhawk
1764
oil on canvas
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
 

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