AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

John Singleton Copley (1738 – 1815)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on May 13, 2013


Mary And Elizabeth Royall

Mary And Elizabeth Royall

Mrs. Isaac Royall (Elizabeth MacKintosh)

Mrs. Isaac Royall (Elizabeth MacKintosh)

John Hancock

John Hancock

John Hancock

John Hancock

Dorothy Quincy Hancock (Mrs. John Hancock)

Dorothy Quincy Hancock (Mrs. John Hancock)

Eleazer Tyng

Eleazer Tyng

Ann Tyng

Ann Tyng

Martin Howard - Judge Martin Howard

Martin Howard – Judge Martin Howard

Richard Heber

Richard Heber As A Child

Woodbury Langdon

Woodbury Langdon

Mrs. Woodbury Langdon (Sarah Sherburne)

Mrs. Woodbury Langdon (Sarah Sherburne)

John Gray

John Gray

Mrs. John Winthrop (Hannah Fayerweather)

Mrs. John Winthrop (Hannah Fayerweather)

Baron Graham

Baron Graham

Baron Graham

Baron Graham

The Nativity

The Nativity

The Tribute Money

The Tribute Money

The Ascension

The Ascension

Mrs. Benjamin Hallowell

Mrs. Benjamin Hallowell

Ezekiel Goldthwait

Ezekiel Goldthwait

Mrs. Ezekiel Gondthwait (Elizabeth Lewis)

Mrs. Ezekiel Goldthwait (Elizabeth Lewis)

Nathaniel Hurd

Nathaniel Hurd

Mrs. Alice Hooper

Mrs. Alice Hooper

Joseph Henshaw

Joseph Henshaw

Mrs. Joshua Henshaw II (Catherine Hill)

Mrs. Joshua Henshaw II (Catherine Hill)

Mrs. Samuel Hill (Miriam Kilby)

Mrs. Samuel Hill (Miriam Kilby)

Gregory Towsend

Gregory Towsend

Lucretia Hubbard Towsend

Lucretia Hubbard Towsend

Mrs. Daniel Hubbard (Mary Greene)

Mrs. Daniel Hubbard (Mary Greene)

Hugh Hall

Hugh Hall

Sarah Jackson

Sarah Jackson

Portrait Of A Woman

Portrait Of A Woman

Mr. And Mrs. Ralph Izard (Alice Delancey)

Mr. And Mrs. Ralph Izard (Alice Delancey)

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One Response to “John Singleton Copley (1738 – 1815)”

  1. Julia said

    I think portraits are interesting. It’s not just the Mona Lisa that makes one wonder what the subject is thinking! Copley was a master at depicting realistic expressions. Wish we could see the originals to see how close he came to capturing what was really there.

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