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John Frederick I Herring

United Kingdom (Londra 1795 -  Tonbridge 1865 )
HERRING John Frederick I  White Horse In A Yard With Buildings And With Three Relaxing Goats

Rogers Jones & Co
Apr 23, 2019
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Variants on Artist's name :

Herring John F.

Herring John Frederick Senior

Herring John Frederick Snr

 

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John Frederick I Herring -  Head Of A Pointer Hound

John Frederick I Herring - Head Of A Pointer Hound

Original 1852
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Lot number: 6
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For Auction: John Frederick Herring Sr. (British, 1795 - 1865) (#6) on Sep 05, 2019 | Aspire Auctions, Inc. in OH 10-1/4" x 14-1/2" Head of a Pointer Hound, 1852. Oil on wood panel, artist have signed and dated the last year of his life - in lower right corner, in black and gold frame, overall 14-1/4" x 18-1/2". An official information has been sent to include this artwork in the "John Frederick Herring Sr. Complete Works" Catalogue Raisonn é. Medium: oil on wood panelConditionOverall very good, minor inpainting to sky and perimeter visible under UV light.
John Frederick I Herring - The Hon. Edward Petre's Bay Filly 'matilda', Winner Of The 1827 St. Leger, With James Robinson Up And Trainer Jonathan Scott

John Frederick I Herring - The Hon. Edward Petre's Bay Filly 'matilda', Winner Of The 1827 St. Leger, With James Robinson Up And Trainer Jonathan Scott

Original 1828
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Lot number: 80
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John Frederick Herring, Sr. (British, 1795-1865) The Hon. Edward Petre's Bay Filly 'Matilda', Winner of the 1827 St. Leger, with James Robinson up and Trainer Jonathan Scott signed and dated 'J. F. Herring 28' (lower right) oil on canvas 21 ¾ x 30 in. (55.2 x 76.2 cm.) Provenance Gifford A. Cochran (1880-1930), New York. His estate sale; American Art Association, Anderson Galleries Inc., New York, 12 November 1931, lot 20. Mrs. J. G. Douglas, née Margaret Phipps Boegner (1906–2006), Old Westbury, NY, acquired at the above sale. Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, New York, 25 April 2006, lot 160.
John Frederick I Herring -  White Horse In A Yard With Buildings And With Three Relaxing Goats

John Frederick I Herring - White Horse In A Yard With Buildings And With Three Relaxing Goats

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Lot number: 144
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Lot 144 JOHN FREDERICK HERRING JNR oil on canvas, circular format - white horse in a yard with buildings and with three relaxing goats, three pigs and a dovecote in the background, 39 cms diameter¦(Provenance: in the same Clwydian family since 1919, valued by Rogers Jones & Co for insurance purposes in 2002)¦
John Frederick I Herring - Mr William Orde's Beeswing In A Stable

John Frederick I Herring - Mr William Orde's Beeswing In A Stable

Original 1842
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Lot number: 34
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John Frederick Herring Senior (British 1795-1865) Mr William Orde's Beeswing in a stable Oil on canvas Signed lower right, inscribed and dated Bee's-Wing [sic] / 1842/ 9 Yrs old' below the horse's chest, owner's initials inscribed to blanket 35.5 x 46cm (13¾ x 18 in.) Provenance: Arthur Ackermann & Son Ltd., London Exhibited: London, Arthur Ackermann & Son Ltd., 1980, no.35 Beeswing was a bay filly by Dr. Syntax out of a mare by Ardrossan, foaled in 1833. Beeswing, trained by Bob Johnson won The Ascot Gold Cup in 1847.
John Frederick I Herring -  Sow With Suckling Piglets

John Frederick I Herring - Sow With Suckling Piglets

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Lot number: 37
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JOHN FREDERICK HERRING THE ELDER (british 1795–1865) SOW WITH SUCKLING PIGLETS Signed and dated illegibly bottom right, oil on panel 10 x 12 in. (25.4 x 30.5cm) provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. NOTE: John Frederick Herring, Senior was one of the leading British sporting art painters in the first half of the nineteenth century. Although he began sketching animals as a child, his artistic career really began by painting signs and coaches. In his spare time, he painted portraits of horses to decorate inn parlors, and his talent was eventually recognized by wealthy patrons who commissioned him to paint their hunters and racehorses, among them the Duke of Orleans (1810-1842), son of French King Louis Philippe (1773-1850). Throughout his career, Herring painted most of the winners from important races including the Epsom Derby, St. Leger and the Oaks. In 1845, he was appointed Animal Painter to H.R.H. the Duchess of Kent (1786-1861), Queen Victoria's mother, and later received many commissions from the Queen herself, which secured his position as one of the most successful and prolific artists of his century. As a consequence of his rapidly improving fortune, John Frederick Herring decided to move from London to Kent, taking up the lease on Meopham Park, near Tonbridge. There, he slowly shifted his style from racing subjects to more domestic, sentimental country scenes, such as the present small-scaled vignettes, which depict the farmyard animals Herring encountered every day. This last body of works proved immensely popular and financially remunerative for the artist, who kept exploring the theme until his death in 1865.
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