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John Constable Horse and Cart
John Constable, 1776–1837, British
Horse and Cart
ca. 1814
Thomas Sidney Cooper Study of a Working Horse
Thomas Sidney Cooper, 1803–1902, British
Study of a Working Horse
undated
Charles Cooper Henderson Mail Coaches on the Road: the `Quicksilver' Devonport-London Royal Mail about to Start with a new Team (The Devonshire to London Coach)
Charles Cooper Henderson, 1803–1877, British
Mail Coaches on the Road: the `Quicksilver' Devonport-London Royal Mail about to Start with a new Team (The Devonshire to London Coach)
between 1820 and 1830
Charles Cooper Henderson Mail Coaches on the Road: the Louth-London Royal Mail progressing at Speed
Charles Cooper Henderson, 1803–1877, British
Mail Coaches on the Road: the Louth-London Royal Mail progressing at Speed
between 1820 and 1830
Benjamin Herring Silks and Satins of the Turf
Benjamin Herring, 1830–1871, British
Silks and Satins of the Turf
1865
Sir Alfred J. Munnings The Grey Charger
Sir Alfred J. Munnings, 1878–1959, British
The Grey Charger
ca. 1920
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 Racehorse Exercised by a Trainer in a Red Coat: galloping to the left, the horse wearing white sweat covers on head, neck and body
Attributed to James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
One of Four Portraits of Horses - a Chestnut Racehorse Exercised by a Trainer in a Red Coat: galloping to the left, the horse wearing white sweat covers on head, neck and body
ca. 1730
Charles Hancock Gentlemen's Carriages: A Cabriolet
Charles Hancock, 1802–1877, British
Gentlemen's Carriages: A Cabriolet
between 1820 and 1830
Sir Alfred J. Munnings Saddling Up for the Grand National, 1919: Before the Snowstorm (sketch)
Sir Alfred J. Munnings, 1878–1959, British
Saddling Up for the Grand National, 1919: Before the Snowstorm (sketch)
1919
Thomas Smith of Derby Borlase Cokayne as a Boy riding Sultana
Thomas Smith of Derby, ca. 1720–1767, British
Borlase Cokayne as a Boy riding Sultana
1751
Thomas Spencer Scipio, a spotted hunter, the property of Colonel Roche
Thomas Spencer, 1700–1753, British
Scipio, a spotted hunter, the property of Colonel Roche
ca. 1750
Henry Walton Elizabeth Bridgman, Sister of the Artist
Henry Walton, 1746–1813, British
Elizabeth Bridgman, Sister of the Artist
between 1771 and 1775
Charles Cooper Henderson A Scene on the Road in France
Charles Cooper Henderson, 1803–1877, British
A Scene on the Road in France
1835
John Ferneley William Massey-Stanley driving his Cabriolet in Hyde Park
John Ferneley, 1782–1860, British
William Massey-Stanley driving his Cabriolet in Hyde Park
1833
Sir Alfred J. Munnings Black Speck at Druid's Lodge
Sir Alfred J. Munnings, 1878–1959, British
Black Speck at Druid's Lodge
1941
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
George Garrard Portrait of a Racehorse, Possibly Disguise, the Property of the Duke of Hamilton, with Jockey Up
George Garrard, 1760–1826, British
Portrait of a Racehorse, Possibly Disguise, the Property of the Duke of Hamilton, with Jockey Up
1786
Sir Alfred J. Munnings Going Out
Sir Alfred J. Munnings, 1878–1959, British
Going Out
1932
Sir Alfred J. Munnings Portrait of Lord Derby's Stallion, "Fairway", painted at Newmarket
Sir Alfred J. Munnings, 1878–1959, British
Portrait of Lord Derby's Stallion, "Fairway", painted at Newmarket
1936
Sir Alfred J. Munnings Hyperion
Sir Alfred J. Munnings, 1878–1959, British
Hyperion
1937
James Pollard The Last of the Mail Coaches at Newcastle upon Tyne
James Pollard, 1792–1867, British
The Last of the Mail Coaches at Newcastle upon Tyne
1848
James Pollard The London-Manchester Stage Coach, “the Peveril of the Peak,” outside the Peacock Inn, Islington
James Pollard, 1792–1867, British
The London-Manchester Stage Coach, “the Peveril of the Peak,” outside the Peacock Inn, Islington
1835
James Seymour Old Fox held by a Groom
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Old Fox held by a Groom
1721
Edwin W. Cooper of Beccles A Gentleman Driving Tandem to a Jaunting Car
Edwin W. Cooper of Beccles, (previously Edward Cooper), 1785–1833, British
A Gentleman Driving Tandem to a Jaunting Car
ca. 1820
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
Francis Calcraft Turner The Berkeley Hunt, 1842: The Chase
Francis Calcraft Turner, active 1782–1846, British
The Berkeley Hunt, 1842: The Chase
1842
Sir Alfred J. Munnings The Start
Sir Alfred J. Munnings, 1878–1959, British
The Start
ca. 1950
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
Sir Alfred J. Munnings Gypsy Life -- The Hop Pickers
Sir Alfred J. Munnings, 1878–1959, British
Gypsy Life -- The Hop Pickers
1913
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
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
Francis Calcraft Turner The Berkeley Hunt, 1842: Full Cry
Francis Calcraft Turner, active 1782–1846, British
The Berkeley Hunt, 1842: Full Cry
1842
Benjamin Marshall Diamond, with Dennis Fitzpatrick Up
Benjamin Marshall, 1768–1835, British
Diamond, with Dennis Fitzpatrick Up
1799
James Seymour Sir Roger Burgoyne Riding "Badger"
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Sir Roger Burgoyne Riding "Badger"
1740
William Webb Euphrates
William Webb, ca. 1780–1845, British
Euphrates
1825
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
John Nost Sartorius Huntsman and Hounds
John Nost Sartorius, 1759–1828, British
Huntsman and Hounds
1809
John Frederick Herring Exercising the Royal Horses
John Frederick Herring, 1795–1865, British
Exercising the Royal Horses
between 1847 and 1855
Robert Sargent Austin The Horse of Ostend
Print made by Robert Sargent Austin, 1895–1973, British
The Horse of Ostend
1921
Robert Sargent Austin Salus Infirmorum
Print made by Robert Sargent Austin, 1895–1973, British
Salus Infirmorum
1922
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 85, "The Descent of Odin."
William Blake, 1757–1827, British
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 85, "The Descent of Odin."
between 1797 and 1798
unknown artist Illustrations used for 17th Century Chapbook
Print made by unknown artist, ( related to Thomas Bewick material )
Illustrations used for 17th Century Chapbook
1909
unknown artist Duke of Monmouth as a Boy
Print made by unknown artist
Duke of Monmouth as a Boy
between 1673 and 1685
Thomas Rowlandson A Dead Horse on a Knacker's Cart
Thomas Rowlandson, 1756–1827, British
A Dead Horse on a Knacker's Cart
undated
James Gillray Taming of the Shrew. Katharine and Petruchio - The Modern Quixotte, or, What You Will
Print made by James Gillray, 1757–1815, British
Taming of the Shrew. Katharine and Petruchio - The Modern Quixotte, or, What You Will
1791
Henry William Bunbury An Illustration of H. Bunbury ('Geoffrey Gambado'), "An Academy for Grown Horsemen: 'A Bit of Blood'
Henry William Bunbury, 1750–1811, British
An Illustration of H. Bunbury ('Geoffrey Gambado'), "An Academy for Grown Horsemen: 'A Bit of Blood'
undated
Sir Thomas Lawrence The Duke of Wellington Riding Copenhagen
Possibly Sir Thomas Lawrence, 1769–1830, British
The Duke of Wellington Riding Copenhagen
undated
Thomas Bewick The Cadger's Trot
Print made by Thomas Bewick, 1753–1828, British
The Cadger's Trot
1823
George Bickham A Man, a horse and two dogs, a Pl. for 'A New Drawing Book..of Beasts in Various Actions' (1 of 6)
Print made by George Bickham, 1683/4–1758, British
A Man, a horse and two dogs, a Pl. for 'A New Drawing Book..of Beasts in Various Actions' (1 of 6)
undated
George Bickham A Horse and a dog, a Pl. for 'A New Drawing Book...of Beasts in Various Actions' (1 of 9)
Print made by George Bickham, 1683/4–1758, British
A Horse and a dog, a Pl. for 'A New Drawing Book...of Beasts in Various Actions' (1 of 9)
undated
George Morland Man Holding Horse by the Bridle
George Morland, 1763–1804, British
Man Holding Horse by the Bridle
undated
Henry William Bunbury How to Ride without a Bridle
Henry William Bunbury, 1750–1811, British
How to Ride without a Bridle
undated
Cornelius Varley Studies of a Carthorse
Cornelius Varley, 1781–1873, British
Studies of a Carthorse
undated
Arthur James Stark Stable Boy on a Pony
Arthur James Stark, 1831–1902, British
Stable Boy on a Pony
undated
Henry William Bunbury How to Ride Without a Bridle
Print made by Henry William Bunbury, 1750–1811, British
How to Ride Without a Bridle
undated
Francis Wheatley Donnybrook Fair, 1782
Francis Wheatley, 1747–1801, British
Donnybrook Fair, 1782
1782
Thomas Bewick The Cadger's Trot (first State)
Print made by Thomas Bewick, 1753–1828, British
The Cadger's Trot (first State)
1823
Robert Sargent Austin The Boy and Bull Calf
Print made by Robert Sargent Austin, 1895–1973, British
The Boy and Bull Calf
1929
Thomas Rowlandson How to Ride Genteel and Agreeably Downhill
Thomas Rowlandson, 1756–1827, British
How to Ride Genteel and Agreeably Downhill
undated
Harold Sterner Horse Accoutrements: Bridle, Saddle, Stirrup Leather and Girth, Bit, Stirrup and Blanket
Harold Sterner, 1895–1976, American
Horse Accoutrements: Bridle, Saddle, Stirrup Leather and Girth, Bit, Stirrup and Blanket
undated