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Benjamin Marshall Foxhunting Scene
Benjamin Marshall, 1768–1835, British
Foxhunting Scene
1808
James Seymour Sir Roger Burgoyne Riding "Badger"
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Sir Roger Burgoyne Riding "Badger"
1740
Spencer Frederick Gore Design for Deer Hunting Mural in the Cabaret Theatre Club
Spencer Frederick Gore, 1878–1914, British
Design for Deer Hunting Mural in the Cabaret Theatre Club
1912
Francis Calcraft Turner The Berkeley Hunt, 1842: Full Cry
Francis Calcraft Turner, active 1782–1846, British
The Berkeley Hunt, 1842: Full Cry
1842
Francis Wheatley Portrait of a Sportsman with His Son
Francis Wheatley, 1747–1801, British
Portrait of a Sportsman with His Son
1779
John Wootton Lamprey, with His Owner Sir William Morgan, at Newmarket
John Wootton, 1682–1764, British
Lamprey, with His Owner Sir William Morgan, at Newmarket
1723
Jan Wyck Hare Hunting
Jan Wyck, ca. 1645–1700, Dutch, active in Britain (from ca. 1664)
Hare Hunting
ca. 1690
Jan Wyck Heron Hawking below Stirling Castle
Jan Wyck, ca. 1645–1700, Dutch, active in Britain (from ca. 1664)
Heron Hawking below Stirling Castle
ca. 1690
Jan Wyck A Hawking Party
Jan Wyck, ca. 1645–1700, Dutch, active in Britain (from ca. 1664)
A Hawking Party
ca. 1690
Charles Turner An Extensive View of the Oxford Races
Charles Turner, 1774–1857, British
An Extensive View of the Oxford Races
ca. 1820
Peter Tillemans The Reverend Jemmet Browne at a meet of foxhounds
Peter Tillemans, 1684–1734, Flemish, active in Britain (from 1708)
The Reverend Jemmet Browne at a meet of foxhounds
1730 to 1732
John Frederick Herring Memnon, with William Scott Up
John Frederick Herring, 1795–1865, British
Memnon, with William Scott Up
1825
Harry Hall 'Crucifix' with John Day Up
Harry Hall, 1838–1886, British
'Crucifix' with John Day Up
1840 to 1841
John Frederick Herring 'Margrave' with James Robinson Up
John Frederick Herring, 1795–1865, British
'Margrave' with James Robinson Up
1833
Benjamin Marshall Diamond, with Dennis Fitzpatrick Up
Benjamin Marshall, 1768–1835, British
Diamond, with Dennis Fitzpatrick Up
1799
William Webb Euphrates
William Webb, ca. 1780–1845, British
Euphrates
1825
Thomas Butler of Pall Mall Learning about the Hounds
Thomas Butler of Pall Mall, active 1750, British
Learning about the Hounds
ca. 1750
Richard Roper The Match between Aaron and Driver at Maidenhead, Aug. 1754: Aaron winning the Second Heat
Richard Roper, active 1749–1765, British
The Match between Aaron and Driver at Maidenhead, Aug. 1754: Aaron winning the Second Heat
ca. 1754
John Wootton Preparing for the Hunt
John Wootton, 1682–1764, British
Preparing for the Hunt
ca. 1745
John Nost Sartorius Huntsman and Hounds
John Nost Sartorius, 1759–1828, British
Huntsman and Hounds
1809
George Stubbs Freeman, the Earl of Clarendon's gamekeeper, with a dying doe and hound
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
Freeman, the Earl of Clarendon's gamekeeper, with a dying doe and hound
1800
William Tasker Lord Westminster's Cardinal Puff, with Sam Darling Up, Winning the Tradesman's Plate, Chester
William Tasker, 1808–1852, British
Lord Westminster's Cardinal Puff, with Sam Darling Up, Winning the Tradesman's Plate, Chester
ca. 1839
George Stubbs Sleeping Leopard
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
Sleeping Leopard
1777
George Stubbs Foxhound
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
Foxhound
ca. 1760
Francis Calcraft Turner The Berkeley Hunt, 1842: The Chase
Francis Calcraft Turner, active 1782–1846, British
The Berkeley Hunt, 1842: The Chase
1842
Francis Calcraft Turner The Berkeley Hunt, 1842: The Meet
Francis Calcraft Turner, active 1782–1846, British
The Berkeley Hunt, 1842: The Meet
1842
Francis Calcraft Turner The Berkeley Hunt, 1842: The Death
Francis Calcraft Turner, active 1782–1846, British
The Berkeley Hunt, 1842: The Death
1842
George Stubbs Studies for or after "The third Duke of Richmond with the Charleton Hunt"
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
Studies for or after "The third Duke of Richmond with the Charleton Hunt"
late 1750s
George Stubbs Lustre, held by a Groom
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
Lustre, held by a Groom
ca. 1762
George Stubbs Foxhound
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
Foxhound
ca. 1760
Thomas Roberts Lough Erne from Knock Ninney, with Bellisle in the distance, County Fermanagh, Ireland
Thomas Roberts, 1748–1778, Irish
Lough Erne from Knock Ninney, with Bellisle in the distance, County Fermanagh, Ireland
1771
George Stubbs The Countess of Coningsby in the Costume of the Charlton Hunt
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
The Countess of Coningsby in the Costume of the Charlton Hunt
ca. 1760
Stephen Slaughter Windham Quin of Adare, Co. Limerick, Ireland
Stephen Slaughter, 1697–1765, British
Windham Quin of Adare, Co. Limerick, Ireland
ca. 1745
Thomas Stringer Lord Bulkeley and his Harriers, his Huntsman John Wells and Whipper-In R. Jennings
Thomas Stringer, 1722–1790, British
Lord Bulkeley and his Harriers, his Huntsman John Wells and Whipper-In R. Jennings
1773
Abraham Cooper 'Elis' at Doncaster, Ridden by John Day, with his Van in the Background
Abraham Cooper, 1787–1868, British
'Elis' at Doncaster, Ridden by John Day, with his Van in the Background
between 1836 and 1837
John Ferneley Euxton, with John White Up, at Heaton Park
John Ferneley, 1782–1860, British
Euxton, with John White Up, at Heaton Park
1829
William Williams James Rann (1756-1813)
William Williams, 1758–1797, British
James Rann (1756-1813)
ca. 1780
Dean Wolstenholme Lord Glamis and his Staghounds
Dean Wolstenholme, 1757–1837, British
Lord Glamis and his Staghounds
1823
John Wootton Lord Portmore Watching Racehorses at Exercise on Newmarket Heath
John Wootton, 1682–1764, British
Lord Portmore Watching Racehorses at Exercise on Newmarket Heath
ca. 1735
John Wootton The Death of the Hare
John Wootton, 1682–1764, British
The Death of the Hare
ca. 1735
Thomas Gainsborough RA Major John Dade of Tannington, Suffolk
Thomas Gainsborough RA, 1727–1788, British
Major John Dade of Tannington, Suffolk
ca. 1755
Edward Haytley A Sportsman
Edward Haytley, active 1740–1761, British
A Sportsman
1752
John Dalby Foxhunting: Clearing a Bank
John Dalby, active 1826–1853, British
Foxhunting: Clearing a Bank
ca. 1840
James Seymour The Chaise Match Run on Newmarket Heath on Wednesday the 29th of August, 1750
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
The Chaise Match Run on Newmarket Heath on Wednesday the 29th of August, 1750
1750
William Daniell Kashmir Goats
William Daniell, 1769–1837, British
Kashmir Goats
between 1790 and 1810
Thomas Daniell The Indian Rhinoceros
Thomas Daniell, 1749–1840, British, active in India
The Indian Rhinoceros
ca. 1790
John Frederick Herring Fighting Cocks: a Dark-Breasted Fighting Cock, Facing Left
John Frederick Herring, 1795–1865, British
Fighting Cocks: a Dark-Breasted Fighting Cock, Facing Left
1829
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer Study of a Greyhound
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer, 1802–1873, British
Study of a Greyhound
ca. 1860
Benjamin Marshall Studies of Riders in the Hunting Field
Benjamin Marshall, 1768–1835, British
Studies of Riders in the Hunting Field
ca. 1805
Thomas Sidney Cooper Study of a Working Horse
Thomas Sidney Cooper, 1803–1902, British
Study of a Working Horse
undated
Samuel John Egbert Jones Pheasant Shooting
Samuel John Egbert Jones, active 1820–1845, British
Pheasant Shooting
mid-19th century
unknown artist Scenes of Various Sporting Pursuits: Painted on a Set of Eighteen Victorian Lacquer Buttons, in Two Sized, in Tartan Covered Case
unknown artist
Scenes of Various Sporting Pursuits: Painted on a Set of Eighteen Victorian Lacquer Buttons, in Two Sized, in Tartan Covered Case
ca. 1850
Derby porcelain factory Dr. Syntax: On a Horse, Jumping a Gate
Derby porcelain factory, founded 1756, British
Dr. Syntax: On a Horse, Jumping a Gate
ca. 1810
Staffordshire pottery The Boxer Tom Cribb: in canary breeches
Staffordshire pottery
The Boxer Tom Cribb: in canary breeches
ca. 1800
unknown artist Carved wood misericord of a Sleeping Fox, possibly from Dunblane Cathedral, Perthshire, Scotland
unknown artist, fifteenth century
Carved wood misericord of a Sleeping Fox, possibly from Dunblane Cathedral, Perthshire, Scotland
ca. 1400
John Willis Good After the Race
John Willis Good, 1845–1879, British
After the Race
1875
John Willis Good Before the Race
John Willis Good, 1845–1879, British
Before the Race
1875
George Morland A Party Angling
George Morland, 1763–1804, British
A Party Angling
1789
Adrian Jones Horse and Stable Lad
Adrian Jones, 1845–1938, British
Horse and Stable Lad
ca. 1890
Adrian Jones The Tetrarch
Adrian Jones, 1845–1938, British
The Tetrarch
ca. 1913
Richard Ansdell The Caledonian Coursing Meeting
Richard Ansdell, 1815–1885, British
The Caledonian Coursing Meeting
1844
James Pollard Epsom Races: The Betting Post
James Pollard, 1792–1867, British
Epsom Races: The Betting Post
1834 to 1835
James Pollard Epsom Races: The Race Over
James Pollard, 1792–1867, British
Epsom Races: The Race Over
1834 to 1835
James Pollard Epsom Races: Settling Day at Tattersalls
James Pollard, 1792–1867, British
Epsom Races: Settling Day at Tattersalls
1834 to 1835
James Seymour One of Four Portraits of Horses - a Chestnut Racehorse with Jockey Up: walking to the left; jockey in buff-yellow jacket
Attributed to James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
One of Four Portraits of Horses - a Chestnut Racehorse with Jockey Up: walking to the left; jockey in buff-yellow jacket
ca. 1730
James Seymour One of Four Portraits of Horses - a Chestnut Horse (? Old Partner) held by a Groom: standing facing right, wearing blue saddle-cloth edged with gold; the groom in blue...
Attributed to James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
One of Four Portraits of Horses - a Chestnut Horse (? Old Partner) held by a Groom: standing facing right, wearing blue saddle-cloth edged with gold; the groom in blue..
ca. 1730
Jan van der Vaardt Bifrons Park, Kent
Perhaps Jan van der Vaardt, 1647–1721, Dutch, active in Britain (from ca. 1674)
Bifrons Park, Kent
between 1695 and 1705
James Seymour One of Four Portraits of Horses - a Chestnut Racehorse Exercised by a Trainer in a Blue Coat: galloping to the left, the horse wearing blue sweat cover and saddle-cloth edged with gold
Attributed to James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
One of Four Portraits of Horses - a Chestnut Racehorse Exercised by a Trainer in a Blue Coat: galloping to the left, the horse wearing blue sweat cover and saddle-cloth edged with gold
ca. 1730
Francis Calcraft Turner Bachelor's Hall: Capping on Hounds
Francis Calcraft Turner, active 1782–1846, British
Bachelor's Hall: Capping on Hounds
1835 to 1836
James Ward Dr. Syntax, a Bay Racehorse, Standing in a Coastal Landscape, an Estuary Beyond
James Ward, 1769–1859, British
Dr. Syntax, a Bay Racehorse, Standing in a Coastal Landscape, an Estuary Beyond
1820
Henry Walton Portrait of a sportsman, possibly Robert Rayner
Henry Walton, 1746–1813, British
Portrait of a sportsman, possibly Robert Rayner
ca. 1770
James Ward The Reverend Thomas Levett and Favourite Dogs, Cock-shooting
James Ward, 1769–1859, British
The Reverend Thomas Levett and Favourite Dogs, Cock-shooting
1811
Henry Thomas Alken Scenes From a Steeplechase: Another Hedge
Henry Thomas Alken, 1785–1851, British
Scenes From a Steeplechase: Another Hedge
ca. 1845
Henry Thomas Alken Grouse Shooting
Henry Thomas Alken, 1785–1851, British
Grouse Shooting
ca. 1825
Henry Thomas Alken Pheasant Shooting
Henry Thomas Alken, 1785–1851, British
Pheasant Shooting
ca. 1825
Henry Thomas Alken Scenes from a Steeplechase: The Winner
Henry Thomas Alken, 1785–1851, British
Scenes from a Steeplechase: The Winner
ca. 1845
Henry Thomas Alken Duck Shooting in Winter
Henry Thomas Alken, 1785–1851, British
Duck Shooting in Winter
ca. 1825
Henry Thomas Alken Hunting Scene: The Meet
Henry Thomas Alken, 1785–1851, British
Hunting Scene: The Meet
ca. 1840
Henry Thomas Alken Hunting Scene: Drawing the Cover
Henry Thomas Alken, 1785–1851, British
Hunting Scene: Drawing the Cover
ca. 1840
John Ferneley Lord Edward Thynne’s Snuff Box, Decorated with Foxhunting Scenes by John Ferneley
Attributed to John Ferneley, 1782–1860, British
Lord Edward Thynne’s Snuff Box, Decorated with Foxhunting Scenes by John Ferneley
1832 or 1833
Henry Thomas Alken Hunting Scene: In Full Cry
Henry Thomas Alken, 1785–1851, British
Hunting Scene: In Full Cry
ca. 1840
Edwin W. Cooper of Beccles A Sportsman with Shooting Pony and Gun Dogs
Edwin W. Cooper of Beccles, 1785–1833, British
A Sportsman with Shooting Pony and Gun Dogs
ca. 1815
Benjamin Marshall Portrait of a Sportsman, Possibly Richard Prince
Benjamin Marshall, 1768–1835, British
Portrait of a Sportsman, Possibly Richard Prince
between 1825 and 1826
Anson Ambrose Martin James Taylor Wray of the Bedale Hunt with his Dun Hunter
Anson Ambrose Martin, active 1830–1844, British
James Taylor Wray of the Bedale Hunt with his Dun Hunter
ca. 1840
John Frederick Herring Steeplechase cracks: Allen McDonough on Brunette, Tom Oliver on Discount, and Jem Mason on Lottery
John Frederick Herring, 1795–1865, British
Steeplechase cracks: Allen McDonough on Brunette, Tom Oliver on Discount, and Jem Mason on Lottery
before 1847
John Frederick Herring The Suffolk Hunt: Going to Cover near Herringswell
John Frederick Herring, 1795–1865, British
The Suffolk Hunt: Going to Cover near Herringswell
1833
Benjamin Herring Silks and Satins of the Turf
Benjamin Herring, 1830–1871, British
Silks and Satins of the Turf
1865
John Frederick Herring The Suffolk Hunt: Gone Away
John Frederick Herring, 1795–1865, British
The Suffolk Hunt: Gone Away
1833
John Frederick Herring Foxhunting: Encouraging Hounds
John Frederick Herring, 1795–1865, British
Foxhunting: Encouraging Hounds
1839
John Frederick Herring Foxhunting: Clearing a Ditch
John Frederick Herring, 1795–1865, British
Foxhunting: Clearing a Ditch
1839
John Frederick Herring The Suffolk Hunt: Full Cry
John Frederick Herring, 1795–1865, British
The Suffolk Hunt: Full Cry
1833
John Frederick Herring The Suffolk Hunt : The Death
John Frederick Herring, 1795–1865, British
The Suffolk Hunt : The Death
1833
unknown artist Hunting Scenes: five oval plaques in one frame, perhaps Staffordshire or Liverpool and possibly enamel transfer-printed in black
unknown artist, eighteenth century
Hunting Scenes: five oval plaques in one frame, perhaps Staffordshire or Liverpool and possibly enamel transfer-printed in black
18th century
Staffordshire pottery Cricketers - a pair: each in iron-red cap, spotted shirt and red sash, one bowling, one batting
Staffordshire pottery
Cricketers - a pair: each in iron-red cap, spotted shirt and red sash, one bowling, one batting
19th to mid-19th century
George Stubbs Two Gentlemen Shooting
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
Two Gentlemen Shooting
ca. 1769
John Frederick Herring Fighting Cocks: a Pale-Breasted Fighting Cock, Facing Right
John Frederick Herring, 1795–1865, British
Fighting Cocks: a Pale-Breasted Fighting Cock, Facing Right
1829
Henry Thomas Alken Hunting Scene: The Kill
Henry Thomas Alken, 1785–1851, British
Hunting Scene: The Kill
ca. 1840
Henry Calvert Portrait of Thomas Cholmondeley, first Lord Delamere, on His Hunter (study for "The Cheshire Hunt at Tatton Park")
Henry Calvert, active 1826–1854, British
Portrait of Thomas Cholmondeley, first Lord Delamere, on His Hunter (study for "The Cheshire Hunt at Tatton Park")
ca. 1839
Henry Bernard Chalon The Clarence Gold Cup at Hampton
Henry Bernard Chalon, 1771–1849, British
The Clarence Gold Cup at Hampton
1815
Thomas Daniell Tiger Hunting in the East Indies
Thomas Daniell, 1749–1840, British, active in India
Tiger Hunting in the East Indies
1798