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[Hopper, Edward Betts] 1799?-1840 :[Self portrait with home in Hampstead Heath, London, 1830s]

Reference Number: A-001-055

Head and shoulders three-quarters frontal portrait showing a young man with side whiskers, a high black cravat, cream waistcoat and black coat. In the lower left corner is a view of the family home at Hampstead Heath.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Watercolours and Self-portraits, related to Edward Betts Hopper, Margaret E Dunne, Hampstead Heath and Dwellings - England.

Part of:
[Hopper, Edward Betts] 1799?-1840 :[Self portrait with home in Hampstead Heath, London, 1830s], Reference Number A-001-055 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour on board, 186 x 125 mm. Single art work

Historical Notes: Hopper was a Director of the New Zealand Company. He arrived in Wellington on board the Oriental in January 1840 and was drowned in the Hutt River, 17th September 1840.

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