Zoffany

/ (ˈzɒfənɪ) /


noun
  1. John or Johann ?1733–1810, British painter, esp of portraits; born in Germany

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How to use Zoffany in a sentence

  • Zoffany, the artist, lived for some time in poverty in Drury Lane.

    Haunted London | Walter Thornbury
  • Zoffany was elected among the first members of the Royal Academy in 1768.

    Haunted London | Walter Thornbury
  • It had evidently held some sort of necklace and bore the mark of Zoffany's, the Capital's costliest jeweler.

    The Ambassador | Samuel Kimball Merwin
  • He thought of giving Nina the receipt from Zoffany's in his pocket, decided not to take the chance.

    The Ambassador | Samuel Kimball Merwin
  • It is Italian in conception, and quite in keeping with other work of Zoffany.

    Chats on Old Clocks | Arthur Hayden