Charles Cooper Henderson painting (1803-1877) ” GOING TO THE MOORS “
Painting with equestrian motifs, called “GOING TO THE MOORS”, painted by Charles Cooper Henderson (1803-1877) and engraved by Jonh Harris (1791-1873) this engraving is characterized by the size of the item (86.5×66), it is normal to find it smaller; on the reverse there is a sticker of the signature “ARTHUR ACKERMANN & SON, LTD”. Noble wood frame with decorated brass trim.
Charles Cooper Henderson (June 14, 1803 – August 21, 1877) was a British horse and coach painter. Many of the paintings were engraved by himself and others such as Henry A. Papprill, John Harris, and the famous Samuel William Fores. The impressions of your training scenes are valued and collected. The “Fores Training Memoirs” were originally etched from Henderson paintings in 1842-43 and continued to be republished throughout the 19th century. They are a series numbered plates from I-VI, “Changing horses”, “Very good”, “Pulling up to slide”, “Waking up”, “Ancient time”, “The night team”, the first five were engraved by John Harris, the sixth by Henry A Papprill. Examples of large format aquatints can be seen in the UK Government Art Collection and have been found at auction in 2006, 2008, 2014. He has original paintings in various public collections in Dublin and in the UK. Henderson was buried in Kensal Green Cemetery and has a memorial at St Nicholas Church in Shepperto.
Pair of harnesses from the 19th century with shirtfront. Pair of harnesses from the 19th century with shirtfront in aged black patent leather, round brass buckles and helmet with monograms crowned with wings. Head collar halter with round blinders and sheath pins, shirtfront chain with links and bottom in red leather and circular crown piece with monogram; leather front and distressed patent leather over-needle. Measurements according to attached photo. Complete packing in good condition to hook up.
6.655,00€ VAT included
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