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Henry Balon Chalon - 19th Century Lithograph, Rage and Agony



Henry Balon Chalon - Original 19th Century Lithograph. Laid to backing card. Unsigned. Condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration, fading and surface abrasions. Edges of sheet scuffed with some remnants of old mount card stuck to edges.


34 x 49cm (13.4" x 19.3")
Sheet: 39 x 51cm (15.4" x 20.1")

Collection Information

In 1827, British artist Henry Barnard Chalon (1770-1849), designed and lithographed a portfolio of six prints illustrating the “passions” of horses. Chalon had been appointed animal painter to the Duchess of York and here he dedicated this unusual series of prints to King George IV.

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Code nq627
Artist Henry Balon Chalon
Date 19th Century
Dimensions 34 x 49cm
Framed No
Medium Lithograph
Style Realism
Subject Animals
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