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John Hoskins

John Hoskins (Died 1664)

John Hoskins's earliest miniatures date from c. 1615; his early work had affinities with the styles of both Nicholas Hilliard and Isaac Oliver, but underwent a marked change after the accession of Charles I in 1625, when his work took on a more contemporary feel. Hoskins became the principal miniature painter, or 'limner', at court and produced numerous miniatures of Charles I, Henrietta Maria, and key courtiers such as George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. The changed political circumstances of the 1640s and 1650s led to a decline in his fortunes and he died in impoverished circumstances in 1665.
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