19th Century Style Reproduction Copy Artwork English Hunting Scene John Herring
- 1 Fine Victorian 19th Century Style Vintage Reproduction Artwork English Hunting scene after John Frederick Herring Sr.
- In the style of after similar to John Frederick Herring Sr.
- John Frederick Herring Sr. Was born 12 September 1795 – 23 September 1865 also known as John Frederick Herring I, was a painter, sign maker and coachman in Victorian England.
- He painted the 1848 "Pharoah's Chariot Horses" archaic spelling "Pharoah".
- He amended his signature "SR" senior in 1836, with the growing fame of his teenage son John Frederick Herring Jr.
- Herring Sr was the son of a London merchant of Dutch parentage, who had been born overseas in America.
- The first eighteen years of Herring's life were spent in London, where his greatest interests were drawing and horses.
- In the year 1814, at the age of 18, he moved to Doncaster in the north of England, arriving in time to witness the Duke of Hamilton's "William" win the St. Leger Stakes horserace.
- Subject hunting scene in the English countryside.
- A superb copy on canvas depiction.
- Vintage reproduction copy.
- Verso dated 1986 late 20th century.
- Such a pleasing delightful picture.
- Set in rather attractive gilt frame.
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- Bought from a private seller.
- With hanging thread attached on the back ready for immediate home display.
- Condition report.
- Offered in fine used condition.
- Having noticeable wear and minor chips to the frame, some staining in places to the canvas surface commensurate with usage & age.
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