Fabulous pair after A C Havell 'Foxhunters Dream and 'Racing Nightmare' a pair of Hand coloured lithographs 1891` in original oak frame, gold slip, oak mount and titled ivorine plaque. Published by Forres.
80 x 67cm with Frame
Alfred Charles Havell was born in London in 1855 and was the son of Edmund Havell Junior, Queen Victoria's portraitist. He was an English artist who painted many fine racehorse portraits. He died in 1928. He was a member of the famous Havell family of artists and first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1878 and soon afterwards he took up commissions with Messrs. Fores to record important racehorses of the day for subsequent publication. He exhibited at The Royal Academy in 1878. These stunning prints were Published by Fores, Piccadilly 1891
Condition : Very Good
Origin : French, European
Manufacture Date : 1891
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