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Zoffany

John or Johann ?1733--1810, British painter, esp of portraits; born in Germany
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The contrast with the cosmopolitan and polished groups produced in the 1760s and early '70s by Zoffany, a Royal Academician who attracted royal patronage, could not be greater.
Garrick in Richard 111 was illustrated also in Francis Hayman's painting loaned by the Holburne Museum, Bath, together with another Zoffany, showing Edward Shuter, John Beard and John Dunstable in Thomas Arne's Love in a Village.
Also arriving this month will be Johann Zoffany's A Life Class at St Martin's Academy, 1761/2.
Johann Zoffany (1733-1810) was among the most famous British painters of his time.
Suit initially showed a better turn of foot and held a definite advantage approaching the final furlong, while Ryan Moore was furiously trying to get Zoffany into contention.
He has entered a total of 15 horses including St Nicholas Abbey, Zoffany and Misty For Me.
Aidan O'Brien also has excellent prospects of landing the Group 3 Ballycorus Stakes with Zoffany.
The likes of Dream Ahead and Pathfork were not among those in the 11-strong field at the five-day stage, while Aidan O'Brien's Zoffany was added to the defectors when it was reported he was suffering from a touch of colic.
Walker Greenbank, which also owns fabric and wallpaper brands Morris & Co and Zoffany, said pre-tax profits for the year to January, 2011, will be ahead of market forecasts following the strong season.
Zoffany was sent off the 6-4 favourite but was one of the first of the principals to send out distress signals and eventually finished a never-dangerous third.
O'Brien's ZOFFANY can give him a sixth success in the two-year-old Coventry Stakes (4.25pm).
Kolkata, Feb 27 (ANI): Max Mueller Bhavan and the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) are engaged in restoring Johann Zoffany's painting titled 'Last Supper', which is around two hundred years old.