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Equestrian oil painting on canvas of in the manner of 'Whistlejacket' by George Stubbs (1724-1806). Stubbs studied anatomy and his pictures of horses are among the most accurate ever painted. Whistlejacket was a racehorse belonging to the Marquess of Rockingham and this composition puts the horse in a pose comparable to a number of earlier monumental equestrian portraits, rearing up against a plain background.

The painting has been stretched and mounted in a hand made 3" fluted frame in light antique finish.

Width: 29¾ inches  |  Depth: 1¾ inches  |  Height: 33 inches

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