Mary Browning - Framed 1973 Oil, The Pair of Jockeys
DescriptionAn impressive oil painting showing two figures horse riding by contemporary painter Mary Browning. The delicate brushstrokes and impressive level of realism achieved, is typical of Bentley's work. With an expressive handling of the paint Browning has perfectly captured the essence of these elegant and dynamic creatures. Impressively presented in a Rococo style swept frame with ornate corner pieces. Signed and dated. On board.
There is some light scuffing to the edges of the frame, otherwise the condition is fine.
44.5 x 59cm (17.5" x 23.2")Framed Size: 59 x 75cm (23.2" x 29.5")
Mary Browning lives in Greatworth, Banbury, Oxfordshire and teaches at Tudor Hall School in Banbury. She was a Member of The Society of Equestrian Artists and specialises in pastels of dogs and horses influenced by the work of Marjorie Cox. She has painted commissioned pet portraits for H.M. Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother, The Princess Royal, the Duchess of Gloucester and Princess Michael of Kent.
|Dimensions||44.5 x 59cm|
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