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James Ii Barenger

United Kingdom (1780 -  1831 )
BARENGER James II Squire John Porter With His Dog And A Shotgun

Brunk Auctions
Jul 16, 2011
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James Ii Barenger - Squire John Porter With His Dog And A Shotgun

James Ii Barenger - Squire John Porter With His Dog And A Shotgun

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Lot number: 108
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July 16-17, 2011

Lot 0108
James Barenger, The Younger
(British, 1780-1831) Squire John Porter with His Dog and a Shotgun, unsigned, oil on canvas, auction labels verso, 21 x 17-1/8 in.; gilt and composition wood frame,

lined with adhesive, retouch likely within draw crackle, at hand and legs, obscured by varnish, crackle, abrasions at edges, craquelure; frame cut down
Ehrich Galleries, New York; American Art Association Anderson Galleries, Inc.; Private Collection, Aiken, South Carolina

James Ii Barenger - Bounce - A Liver And White Springer Spaniel In A Landscape

James Ii Barenger - Bounce - A Liver And White Springer Spaniel In A Landscape

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Lot number: 132
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Bounce - a liver and white Springer Spaniel in a landscape
signed and dated 'J.Barenger 1811'(lower left) and indistinctly inscribed 'Bounce. a favourite Springer J...W...Esq. Cressex Bucks' (lower left) oil on canvas

40 x 50 in. (101.6 x 127 cm.)
Provenance:
with Richard Green, London.
At the time that Barenger painted 'Bounce', dogs of this type were referred to just as 'Springer Spaniels' (as the breed evolved to spring game), or 'Norfolk Spaniels', for most were bred and kept in that county. Many breeds were defined by what they did or where the majority lived. The Boughey family of Aqualate in Shropshire kept a distinct strain of this type of dog which is directly related to today's English Springer Spaniels, and their Stud Book from 1813 was fairly complete. Bounce is clearly of this type, but it has not been possible to confirm a direct link to the Boughey family and they are the only family that early reference books refer to by name.
The portrait appears to have been painted near the village of Cressex in Buckinghamshire. At that time Barenger was living in Kentish Town, North London. Barenger first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1807 and continued to exhibit there until 1831, however from 1815 he exhibited all his pictures from Tattersall's at Hyde park Corner. Although Tattersall was his main patron, Barenger also undertook commissions from notable clients such as the Earl of Derby, the Duke of Grafton and the Marquis of Londonderry. He specialised in animal portraiture, particularly horses and dogs, and especially pointers, which he is said to have bred.
James Ii Barenger - Three Hunters And A Groom In A Landscape, An Estuary Beyond

James Ii Barenger - Three Hunters And A Groom In A Landscape, An Estuary Beyond

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Lot number: 527
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James Barenger (London 1780-1831)
Three hunters and a groom in a landscape, an estuary beyond
oil on canvas
29¾ x 44½ in. (75.6 x 113.1 cm.)
Provenance
with Arthur Ackermann & Son, New York, by whom soldto,
Harry T. Peters of Orange, Virginia; Christie's, New York, 4 June1982, lot 15 (sold $18,700).
Lot Notes
James Barenger probably received his early training from hisfather, a painter and glazier of entomological subjects, in hisstudio in Kentish Town, London. He may also have received tuitionfrom his uncles William Woollett and M.S. Barenger, who were bothengravers. He exhibited his first paintings at the Royal Academy in1807, Sheep from Nature and Famous Setter, and continued to exhibita wide range of animal subjects at the Royal Academy and BritishInstitution throughout his life, including hunting scenes, horses,dogs, cattle and game birds. Among his numerous patrons were theDuke of Grafton, the Marquess of Londonderry and the Earl of Derby,whose Jonathan Griffin, Huntsman of the Earl of Derby's Staghounds,on Spanker is now in the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond.Barenger had a strong relationship with the dealer Mr Tattersalland from 1815 exhibited most of his works in Tattersall's galleryon Hyde Park Corner. Barenger is represented in Tate Britain,London; the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool; and the Harris Museumand Art Gallery, Port Sunlight.
Harry T. Peters of Orange, Virginia, raised prize-winninggreyhounds at his Windholme Kennels in Islip and also bredshorthorn cattle. He was a long time judge at shows of theWestminster Kennel Club and other major events. His father, HarryT. Peters Senior, was Master of the Meadow Brook Hunt between 1925and 1946, and author of Just Hunting, a description of hunting inthe United States and England published in 1935.
James Ii Barenger - Snipe Shooting In A Winter Landscape

James Ii Barenger - Snipe Shooting In A Winter Landscape

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Lot number: 22
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57 by 86 cm., 22½ by 33¾in. signed and dated l.r.: J Barenger/ 1821 oil on canvas PROVENANCE Ellis & Smith, London; Private Collection, U.K., until bt. by the present owner CATALOGUE NOTE Continuing a tradition started by earlier Dutch Old Masters, in this painting Barenger celebrates the working relationship between a huntsman and his dogs. Here two highly skilled hunters and their obedient charges are out on a frosty morning snipe shooting. Whilst the figure in the middle distance is clearly carefully stalking the quarry as his dogs attempt to pick up a scent, the sportsman in the foreground reloads his gun following a successful shot and his dog's obedient retrieval. Barenger, himself a breeder of pointers, was only too aware of this unique relationship and paintings such as this were widely disseminated in print form to fulfil the popular demand. Barenger painted other sporting subjects for patrons who included the leading sportsmen of the day; the Earl of Derby, the Duke of Grafton, the Marquess of Londonderry and the bloodstock auctioneer Richard Tattersall. He exhibited at the Royal Academy in London from 1807 to 1831.
James Ii Barenger - Race Horse Standing Before A Fence

James Ii Barenger - Race Horse Standing Before A Fence

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Lot number: 5
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James Barenger, II
British, 1780-1831
RACE HORSE STANDING BEFORE A FENCE
Signed
J. Barenger
(lr)
Oil on canvas laid to panel
21 1/2 x 29 1/4 inches (54.5 x 74.3 cm.)

Dirty varnish. Frame rubbing with some paint flakes along edges.Scattered craquelure. Paint is beginning to lift along theperimeter of the painting. Could not see detect restoration throughthe dulling varnish under UV light. There appears to be someinpainting, however, I cannot determine the extent due to thevarnish.
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