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Thomas Hudson

(1701—1779) portrait painter and art collector


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BEARE, Thomas Hudson (1859 - 1940), JP; DL; Regius Professor of Engineering, Edinburgh University, since 1901; Dean of Faculty of Science since 1914; a Senatus Assessor on the University Court since 1908; Chairman, Board of Governors, Royal (Dick) Veterinary College

Charles Thomas Hudson (1828—1903) naturalist

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HUDSON, Charles Thomas (1828 - 1903)

Hudson, Charles Thomas (1828-1903), naturalist

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HUDSON, Thomas Roe Christopher (1866 - 1940)

HUDSON, Thomas William (1861 - 1929), Vicar of Wendover, Bucks, since 1921; Rural Dean of Wendover, 1922

HUDSON-WILLIAMS, Thomas (1873 - 1961), Emeritus Professor of Greek in the University College of North Wales, Bangor

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THOMAS J. HUMPHREY. Land and Liberty: Hudson Valley Riots in the Age of Revolution. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press. 2004. Pp. x, 191. $37.00

Thomas S. Wermuth. Rip Van Winkle's Neighbors: The Transformation of Rural Society in the Hudson Valley, 1720–1850. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2001. vii + 186 pp. ISBN 0‐7914‐5083‐X, $54.50 (cloth); 0‐7914‐5084‐8, $17.95 (paper)

Turner, Thomas Hudson (1815-1852), antiquary

 

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(b Devon, 1701, ?(bapt. Exeter, 8 Dec.); d Twickenham, Middlesex [now in Greater London], 26 Jan. 1779).

English portrait painter, a pupil of Jonathan Richardson the Elder, whose daughter he married. From the mid-1740s to the mid-1750s he was the leading fashionable portraitist in London, rivalled only by Ramsay. His studio produced a great deal of work, with much help from specialist assistants (see drapery painter), and he has been described by Sir Ellis Waterhouse as ‘the last of the conscienceless artists, of whom Lely was the first in England, who turned out portraits to standard patterns and executed comparatively little of the work themselves’. Hudson went into semi-retirement in the late 1750s, when his former pupil Reynolds was rapidly rising in success. His other pupils included John Hamilton Mortimer and Joseph Wright.

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