All John Wootton 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

Choice ID Image  Paintings (From A to Z)       Details 
24201 A View of Henley-on-Thames (mk25)  A View of Henley-on-Thames (mk25)   c 1742-3
24202 A View of Park Place (mk25)  A View of Park Place (mk25)   c 1742-3
94392 George II at Dettingen  George II at Dettingen   1743 cjr
24313 George III's Procession to the Houses of Parliament (mk25)  George III's Procession to the Houses of Parliament (mk25)   attributed to 1762
27308 Mr John Ward 6th Baron Ward  Mr John Ward 6th Baron Ward   Mp for Newcastle-Under-Lyme,Standing with his Favorite Hunter and a Groom;With Hounds and Huntsmen Unkennell-ing in the Distance Oil on canvas 40 x 50 in(101.6 x 127 cm) (mk59)
96515 Portrait of Sir Robert Walpole  Portrait of Sir Robert Walpole   before 1745(1745) Medium oil on canvas cyf
86177 The Duke of Marlborough at the Battle of Oudenaarde  The Duke of Marlborough at the Battle of Oudenaarde   oil on canvas 90 x 113 cm cyf
52352 The Shooting Party  The Shooting Party   1740 Oil on canvas, 88,9 x 74 cm
24237 The Siege of Lille (mk25)  The Siege of Lille (mk25)   1742

John Wootton
1682 - 1764 English painter. He probably received some instruction from Jan Wyck in the 1690s, and he was possibly patronized from an early age by the aristocratic households of Beaufort and Coventry (as was Wyck), perhaps while working as a page to Lady Anne Somerset at Snitterfield House, Warwicks. However, there seems to be no real evidence for this save his early painted view of the house and the family's later acquisition of many of his works. Joseph Farington saw a painting of Diana and the Nymphs (1707; untraced) at Antony House, Cornwall, but Wootton's earliest extant dated work is the horse portrait Bonny Black (1711; Belvoir Castle, Leics). By this time he had begun to establish himself in London, having moved there before his first marriage, to Elizabeth Walsh, in 1706.

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