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John Frederick Herring Senior (1795-1865) "Pig with piglets", watercolor, 1862 2000 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 1500,00 EUR
John Frederick Herring Senior (1795-1865) "Pig with piglets", watercolor, 1862
2000 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 1500,00 EUR
John Frederick Herring Senior (1795 Surrey - 1865 Meoplan Park by Tunbridge Wells) was a very well-known English horse and animal painter and watercolor artist. At first he was a sign and coach painter. He worked as stable boy and coachman in Yorkshire until he was able to study with Abraham Cooper with the help of patrons. He exhibited at the London Royal Academy between 1818-1846 and at the British Institute, but mostly at the Society of British Artists (82 works) of which he was a member from 1841 until 1852. Chiefly a horse artist, he also painted many small-scale studies of rabbits, ducks, goats, birds, and other animals. Towards the end of his career he turned increasingly to depictions of farmyard scenes.
Our images nr. 7-11 show several watercolors by this artist which were offered at art auctions in the last years.
Creation Year: 1862
Measurements: UNFRAMED:13,5x23,0cm/5,3x9,1in FRAMED: 19,7x29,1cm/7,8x11,5in
Object Type: Framed watercolor
Style: Animalist paintings
Technique: watercolor on paper
Inscription: signed and dated: J. F. Herring 1862
Creator: John Frederick Herring Senior
Creator Dates: 1795 Surrey-1865 Meoplan Park
Nationality: English / British
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