Henry Bernard Chalon

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CHALON Henry Bernard Pavilion Rode By Chifney

Bloomsbury London /Jan 21, 2010
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Henry Bernard Chalon - The Reverend George Bower, The Reverend John Bower, Robert Bower Of Welham And Robert Bower Junior At The Steps Of Welham Hall, Yorkshire Signed And Dated 'h B Chalon Pinxit 1821.'  Oil On Canvas 52¼ X 68 In

Henry Bernard Chalon - The Reverend George Bower, The Reverend John Bower, Robert Bower Of Welham And Robert Bower Junior At The Steps Of Welham Hall, Yorkshire Signed And Dated 'h B Chalon Pinxit 1821.' Oil On Canvas 52¼ X 68 In

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Henry Bernard Chalon (1740-1849) The Reverend George Bower, the Reverend John Bower, Robert Bower of Welham and Robert Bower Junior at the steps of Welham Hall, Yorkshire signed and dated 'H B Chalon pinxit 1821.' (lower centre) oil on canvas 52¼ x 68 in. (132.7 x 172.7 cm.) Commissioned by Robert Bower of Welham, thence by descent. The Viscountess Monckton of Brenchley; Sotheby's, London, 9 July 1980, lot 185 (sold £36,000). with Arthur Ackermann & Son Ltd., London. Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, New York, 6 June 1985, lot 101 (sold $115,000). The John W. Kluge Morven Collection. Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 19 May 2006, lot 17 (sold £45,600). Preston, Harris Museum and Art Gallery, British Sporting Paintings Exhibition, 1943, no.29. Robert Bower of Welham Park, Yorkshire, was a Major in the East Riding local Militia and Deputy Lieutenant of the East Riding. In addition to this painting, Chalon had produced over a decade earlier in 1813 a smaller painting entitled A Favorite Hunter of Robert Bower of We lham sold at Christie's, New York, 1 December 1999, lot 13 ($63,000). Bower commissioned both works directly from Chalon and both descended in the family until the late 20th Century. One of the more important painters of his time, Chalon was the son of Jan Chalon, a Dutch musician and engraver from Amsterdam (1749-95), and 'Jackey' Barnard, the daughter of Sir John Barnard, a financier, London merchant, Lord Mayor and M.P. (1722-61). Chalon studied at the Royal Academy schools and married a sister of the artist James Ward. Their daughter Maria A. Chalon became a miniaturist. Chalon became estranged from his wife and James Ward tried, unsuccessfuly, to damage his career. Chalon had considerable success as a painter and in 1795 was appointed animal painter to the Duchess of York, and later to the Prince Regent and William IV. It was during the Regency that some of his best work was painted. Other important patrons included the Dukes of Beaufort and Devonshire, Earl Grosvenor, Lord Raby and Col. Thornton. He exhibited almost two hundred pictures at the Royal Academy but was never made an Academician, possibly influenced by his brother-in-law James Ward. Despite this he had nineteen plates published in The Sporting Magazine, he published Chalon's book of animals and birds of every description, and in 1804, Studies from Nature, which shows some Stubbs influence.
Henry Bernard Chalon - A King Charles Spaniel And A Squirrel In A Landscape

Henry Bernard Chalon - A King Charles Spaniel And A Squirrel In A Landscape

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LOT 656 HENRY BERNARD CHALON 1770 - 1849 A KING CHARLES SPANIEL AND A SQUIRREL IN A LANDSCAPE signed H. B. Chalon pinxit and dated 1816 lower left oil on canvas. Together with Attributed to Benjamin West, STUDIES OF A TERRIER, oil on canvas laid down on panel. 2 works. 8 5/8 by 10 1/4 in. 21.9 by 26 cm
Henry Bernard Chalon - A Lady's Best Friend

Henry Bernard Chalon - A Lady's Best Friend

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Henry Bernard Chalon (1740-1849) A lady's best friend; A terrier; The new family; and Portrait of a young artist oil on canvas, unstretched and unframed 11 x 10½ in. (28 x 26.6 cm.); 11 x 11 in. (28 x 28 cm.); 5½ x 7 in. (13.4 x 18 cm.); 11½ x 9½ in. (29.2 x 24.1 cm.) four in the lot (4) This lot includes the artist's palette and three letters: a letter from Princess Charlotte to Chalon; a letter, appointing Chalon to be Animal Painter to HRH the Prince of Wales, dated 14th November 1809; a letter appointing Chalon as Animal Painter in Ordinary to His Majesty, William IV, dated 25th March 1831.
Henry Bernard Chalon - Pavilion Rode By Chifney

Henry Bernard Chalon - Pavilion Rode By Chifney

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Lot number: 60
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60. Chalon (Henry Barnard) Pavilion rode by Chifney, equestrian portrait, aquatint engraving, 465 x 520mm., some fine spotting and unevenbrowning, title field dampstained, Boydell, c.1800 § Sartorius(John Nost) Smolensko, portrait of the race horse, jockey up, aquatint engraving, 465 x 520mm., some superficial silverfishdamage and slight browning, S. Knight, 1813 (2)
Henry Bernard Chalon - Portrait Of His Majesty's State Coach Horses

Henry Bernard Chalon - Portrait Of His Majesty's State Coach Horses

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LOT 14 PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION HENRY BARNARD CHALON 1770-1849 PORTRAIT OF HIS MAJESTY'S STATE COACH HORSES 12,000—18,000 GBP signed l.r.: H.B. Chalon pinxit/ 1799 oil on canvas EXHIBITED London, Royal Academy, 1799 no. 243 CATALOGUE NOTE At a time when the carriage reigned supreme as the highest form of luxury transport, there was none more luxurious than the Royal Carriage. In this beautifully painted and exquisitely detailed painting we see depicted the bespoke Rolls-Royce of its day, complete with liveried coachman and magnificent black coach horses. Henry Barnard Chalon, born on 6th May 1771, was 'Animal Painter to the Duchess of York' in 1796 and later filled the same role for both the Duke of York and his elder brother the Prince of Wales (later George VI). A prolific animal painter, who in his latter years specialised in horses and dogs, Chalon entered the Royal Academy schools in 1788 and won a silver medal in 1790. He exhibited extensively in the annual Academy shows between 1792 and 1849 and in the British Institution from 1807 until his death. Exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1799 the painting depicts one of the royal carriages, from the Mews of George III, pulled by a pair of the state coach horses, outside Marlborough House on the Mall, with St James's Palace in the distance. The Royal Arms are emblazoned on both the door and on the front of the carriage, with the order of St. George on the side. Chalon tenderly captures an informal moment in the otherwise formal world of court life, bringing a touch of intimacy to the scene through the playful interaction between the horses and a small dog in the foreground.
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