Large English School Oil Painting Mare Horse & Foal After Abraham Cooper RA



2020-04-19 16:00:36

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  • 1 Large English School Oil Painting In The Victorian Style Thoroughbred Equestrian Mare Horse & Foul Portrait Gilt Framed After Abraham Cooper RA. 
  • In the style similar of after the British artist Abraham Cooper RA(1787–1868) he was a British animal and battle painter. 
  • Indistinctly signed by an English School artist. 
  • Subject fine portrait of thoroughbred female Mare horse with foal.   
  • Oil on canvas.  
  • Provenance bought from out of an incredible stately country mansion in Shropshire our purchase invoice from seller shown. 
  • Amazing brushstroke control which brings the horses to life.  
  • Set in a decorative gilt fibreglass frame.  
  • With metal hanging bracket on the back ready for immediate home display. 
  • Highly desirable for horse equestrian lovers, collector, jockeys or stable trainers.   
  • Unwrapped weight under 8kg approximate. 
  • Circa late 20th century 1970's.  
  • Condition report.  
  • Offered in fine used condition.   
  • Having some noticeable foxing staining, scuffs & wear to the canvas in places commensurate with usage & age.  
  • Also some noticeable wear scuffs, scratches to the frame in places shown.  
  • International worldwide shipping is available please ask for a quote.   Viewings are welcome by appointment only for customer support please send a message thankyou. 
  • Cash upon collection is welcome.                                                 
  • Checkout our exciting other available listings in our shop gallery, if you order 2 or more items we can offer you discount, happy shopping.
**Dimensions in inches & centimetres of the frame approximate**
33.07" High (84cm) 
44.69" Wide (113.5cm) 
2" Length thickness of the frame(5cm)             
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