Dean Wolstenholme (1757-1837) - Framed 1911 Lithograph, The Essex Hunt
DescriptionA fine hand-coloured 1911 reprint lithograph from an original etching by Dean I Wolstenholme (1757-1837), entitled 'The Essex Hunt'. Inscribed to the lower edge 'London Published by D. Wolstenholme 22 Chads Row, Grays Inn Road, May 1 1831'. Well-presented in a gilt moulded frame, as shown. With an attached lower margin inscribed with the title to the reverse. Unsigned and inscribed. On wove.
In very good condition overall. Some light foxing to the upper edge. There is a small loss to the frame on the right side.
48.5 x 66cm (19.1" x 26")Framed Size: 53.5 x 71.2cm (21.1" x 28")
Dean Wolstenholme the Elder (1757–1837) was an English animal painter. Born in Yorkshire, he spent most of his early life in Essex and Hertfordshire. He lived at Cheshunt, at Turnford, and then at Waltham Abbey. Around 1800 Wolstenholme went to London and settled in East Street, Red Lion Square. In 1803 he exhibited his initial picture, Coursing, at the Royal Academy. Annually to 1824 his animal pictures then appeared at the Academy.
|Artist||Dean Wolstenholme (1757-1837)|
|Dimensions||48.5 x 66cm|
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