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Daniel Hubbard  1764

by John Singleton Copley

Between 1753 and 1774, John Singleton Copley painted 350 portraits, primarily of Bostonians. He was largely self-taught, his only formal training from his stepfather Peter Pelham, an English artist who specialized in mezzotint engraving. Pelham encouraged Copley to produce his own mezzotints and to learn to draw by copying English prints. By the time [i]Daniel Hubbard[/i] ...
127.2 × 100.8 cm (50 1/8 × 39 11/16 in.)
Oil on canvas
Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago