19th century landscape painting-horses,pigs,poultry j f herring jr
19th century landscape painting-horses,pigs,poultry j f herring jr
19th century landscape painting-horses,pigs,poultry j f herring jr
19th century landscape painting-horses,pigs,poultry j f herring jr

19th century landscape painting-horses,pigs,poultry j f herring jr

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Farm scene with old thatched farm buildings, field with horses, pigs and poultry in the foreground, farmer and cattle in a field in the background Signed John Frederick Herring
painting  33 x 33 cm  whilst overall 54 x 54 cm
in overall very good condition.oil painting on board (Circular) in square glazed  frame
John Frederick Herring Junior (1815 - 1907)
was an English painter who is best known for his equine art.
John F. Herring Jr. was born in Doncaster, South Yorkshire to the well-known 19th-century artist John Frederick Herring Sr. (1795–1865), who at the time, was considered one of England's great Sporting and Equestrian artists, patronised by the English aristocracy.
His father felt somewhat threatened by his sons talent and later would use the signature Herring Sr.,
Herring jr continued painting, in the tradition of his father, the sporting and animal pictures; however, as he improved, his style changed: He widened his landscape views. The placement of farm animals along the banks of a stream or within a farmyard were characteristic of Herring jr

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