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Opie, John, 1761–1807, English portrait and historical painter. Opie showed a remarkable talent as a young man. He became the protégé of the poet John Wolcot, and enjoyed a brief popularity as a fashionable portrait painter in the Reynolds tradition. In 1786 he began a series of seven pictures for Boydell's Shakespeare Gallery. His portrait of Mary Wollstonecraft is in the National Portrait Gallery, London.
See A. Earland, John Opie and His Circle (1911).
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The Opies also made yearly trips back to Norwich, where Amelia played a visible role in the Norwich Assizes and Elections, even as she and John participated in less formal but no less significant sites of sociable interaction, attending teas and dinners, which in turn often led to commissions for portraits and fancy pictures.
From its humble beginning in 1880, Opies has now grown to boast a [pounds sterling]19m turnover and the company's products are firm family favourites in the UK and across the globe.
We are also pleased to be in the table sauces and condiment category with the Opies brand, as we have seen it as a growth area.