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Prince Hoare (ca. 1711 – 5 November 1769) was an English sculptor. "Prince" is a given name, not a royal title. Possibly born near Eye, Suffolk, brother of William Hoare, he trained under Peter Scheemakers in London. He subsequently settled in Bath with his brother but spent much of the 1740s in Italy. He returned to Bath in 1749 and remained active as a sculptor. On 26 May 1751 he married Mary Coulthurst (1716-1751) daughter of the clothier Henry Coulthurst of Melksham with a dowry of £6,000. Despite his new found wealth he continued as a sculptor. He died in Bath on the 5th Nov 1769.

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  • Prince Hoare (ca. 1711 – 5 novembre 1769) est un sculpteur anglais. « Prince » est un prénom, non un titre royal. Peut-être né près d'Eye (Suffolk), frère de William Hoare (en), il se forme auprès de Peter Scheemakers (en) à Londres. Il s'installe ensuite à Bath dans le comté de Somerset avec son frère mais passe l'essentiel des années 1740 en Italie. Il revient à Bath en 1749 et reste actif comme sculpteur bien qu'il a épousé une riche héritière. Il meurt à Bath.
  • Prince Hoare (ca. 1711 – 5 November 1769) was an English sculptor. "Prince" is a given name, not a royal title. Possibly born near Eye, Suffolk, brother of William Hoare, he trained under Peter Scheemakers in London. He subsequently settled in Bath with his brother but spent much of the 1740s in Italy. He returned to Bath in 1749 and remained active as a sculptor. On 26 May 1751 he married Mary Coulthurst (1716-1751) daughter of the clothier Henry Coulthurst of Melksham with a dowry of £6,000. Despite his new found wealth he continued as a sculptor. He died in Bath on the 5th Nov 1769.
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  • Prince Hoare (ca. 1711 – 5 novembre 1769) est un sculpteur anglais. « Prince » est un prénom, non un titre royal. Peut-être né près d'Eye (Suffolk), frère de William Hoare (en), il se forme auprès de Peter Scheemakers (en) à Londres. Il s'installe ensuite à Bath dans le comté de Somerset avec son frère mais passe l'essentiel des années 1740 en Italie. Il revient à Bath en 1749 et reste actif comme sculpteur bien qu'il a épousé une riche héritière. Il meurt à Bath.
  • Prince Hoare (ca. 1711 – 5 November 1769) was an English sculptor. "Prince" is a given name, not a royal title. Possibly born near Eye, Suffolk, brother of William Hoare, he trained under Peter Scheemakers in London. He subsequently settled in Bath with his brother but spent much of the 1740s in Italy. He returned to Bath in 1749 and remained active as a sculptor. On 26 May 1751 he married Mary Coulthurst (1716-1751) daughter of the clothier Henry Coulthurst of Melksham with a dowry of £6,000. Despite his new found wealth he continued as a sculptor. He died in Bath on the 5th Nov 1769.
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