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ZOFFANY Johann (b. 1733, Frankfurt, d. 1810, Strand-on-the-Green) Nationality : German

German-born portrait painter (original name probably Johann Joseph Zauffely) who in late 18th-century England made his reputation with paintings depicting episodes from contemporary theatre and with portraits and conversation pieces (i.e., paintings of groups of people in their customary surroundings). Zoffany, after studying in Germany and Italy, went to England about 1758. Following the lead of William Hogarth, he painted scenes from London's theatrical productions. Notable in this genre are his paintings of the famed actor David Garrick in his many West End successes - e.g., The Farmer's Return (1762).

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