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William Henry Davis

(1783 -  1865 ) Wikipedia® : William Henry Davis
DAVIS William Henry A Short Horned Prize Cow

Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions
Dec 13, 2016
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Variants on Artist's name :

Davis W.H.

 

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William Henry Davis - A Short Horned Prize Cow

William Henry Davis - A Short Horned Prize Cow

Original 1850
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Lot number: 62
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William Henry Davis (1783-1865) A Short Horned Prize Cow Original hand-coloured lithograph circa 1850 , printed by Hullmandel & Walton for the artist 54.5 x 65.5 cm. (21 1/2 x 25 3/4 in) The text below the image includes the lines Winner of Three First Prizes in 1849, and This extraordinary animal when slaughtered weighed 122st 12lb. A crack in the upper margin. Presented in a modern verre églomisé mount in an ebonised veneer and gilt frame.
William Henry Davis - A Chestnut Mare And Two Spaniels Before A Stable Door

William Henry Davis - A Chestnut Mare And Two Spaniels Before A Stable Door

Original 1818
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Lot number: 372
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William Henry Davis (British, c. 1785-1885)
A chestnut mare and two spaniels before a stable door
with inscription 'Painted from life June 1818/by Wm. H. Davis, Church Chelsea[sic]/near London/J.P.Sheppard' (on the reverse of the canvas and also in pencil on the stretcher)
oil on canvas
16 ½ x 20 ½ in. (41.8 x 52 cm.)
(Presumably) J.P. Sheppard
William Henry Davis - A Chestnut Hunter In A Landscape

William Henry Davis - A Chestnut Hunter In A Landscape

Original 1816
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Lot number: 629
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WILLIAM HENRY DAVIS (1783-1865)

A chestnut Hunter in a landscape

signed and dated 'W. H. Davis 1816' (lower left)

oil on canvas

22 x 29 1/2 in (55.9 x 74.9cm)

The artist was appointed animal painter to William IV in 1837 and to Queen Victoria in 1839. Other major patrons included Lord Rivers and The Earl of Ilchester.
William Henry Davis - Depicting A Cow In A Landscape

William Henry Davis - Depicting A Cow In A Landscape

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Lot number: 203
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William Henry Davis oil painting on canvas,

depicting a cow in a landscape. Canvas: 25"H x 30"W; Frame:
32.5"H x 37.5"W. Signed and dated lower right,

"W H Davis
1858". William Henry Davis (British,

c. 1783-1865).
Re-lined. Provenance: The collection of Derrill
Osborn.
William Henry Davis - Pincher

William Henry Davis - Pincher

Original 1832
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Lot number: 72
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WILLIAM HENRY DAVIS (FL.1803-1849)

'Pincher'

Signed and dated 'W Davis Pin* 1832' (lower right) and with
inscription by the 2nd Earl of Eldon 'Pincher, a German Spaniel. By
W. Davis./This Portrait of Pincher, a German Spaniel, painted by W.
Davis in 1832, belonged to the late Lord Chancellor Eldon, at the
time of/whose decease Janry 13th 1838 there was in the frame of
this picture a memorandum in his own handwriting, referring to this
and/to another picture, and consisting of the words 'Portraits of
Pincher and Neptune, Dogs formerly belonging to a much-beloved
Son.'/The Dogs had formerly belonged to his son the Honble William
Henry John Scott who died in 1832, and latterly to Lord
Chancellor/Eldon himself. Pincher died May 19th 1840, and was
buried at Encombe in Dorset./Eldon. 1840.' (on the reverse)

Oil on canvas

17¼ x 21 in. (43.7 x 53.3 cm.)
Lot Notes
William Henry Davis was an animal painter specialising in
cattle, sheep, horses and dogs. He was appointed animal painter to
William IV in 1837, and to Queen Victoria in 1839.
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