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Painting ID::  27445
The Kill
each signed Oil on canvas each 11 by 15 in 27.9 by 38.1 cm (mk59)
British 1810-94
Henry Alken Jnr The Kill oil painting reproduction


   
 

 

 
   
      


Painting ID::  73749
The Kill
"The Kill," oil painting, John Frederick Herring, Sr. cjr

John Frederick Herring The Kill oil painting reproduction


   
 

 

 
   
      


Painting ID::  75699
The Kill
English: "The Kill," oil painting, John Frederick Herring, Sr. Date ca. 1850 cyf

John Frederick Herring The Kill oil painting reproduction


   
 

 

 
   
      

John Frederick Herring
British 1795-1865 was a painter, sign maker and coachman in Victorian England.John F. Herring, Sr. is the painter of the 1848 "Pharoah's Chariot Horses" (archaic spelling "Pharoah"). He amended his signature "SR" (senior) in 1836, with the growing fame of his teenage son John Frederick Herring, Jr.Herring, born in London in 1795, was the son of a London merchant of Dutch parentage, who had been born overseas in America. The first eighteen years of Herring's life were spent in London, England, where his greatest interests were drawing and horses.In the year 1814, at the age of 18, he moved to Doncaster in the north of England, arriving in time to witness the Duke of Hamilton's "William" win the St. Leger Stakes horserace. By 1815, Herring had married Ann Harris; his sons John Frederick Herring, Jr., Charles Herring, and Benjamin Herring were all to become artists, while his two daughters, Ann and Emma, both married painters. In Doncaster, England, Herring was employed as a painter of inn signs and coach insignia on the sides of coaches,and his later contact with a firm owned by a Mr. Wood led to Herring's subsequent employment as a night coach driver. Herring spent his spare time painting portraits of horses for inn parlors, and he became known as the "artist coachman" (at the time).Herring's talent was recognized by wealthy customers, and he began painting hunters and racehorses for the gentry. In 1830, John Frederick Herring, Senior left Doncaster for Newmarket, England, where he spent three years before moving to London, England. During this time, Herring might have received tuition from Abraham Cooper. In London, Herring experienced financial difficulties and was given financial assistance by W. T. Copeland, who commissioned many paintings, including some designs used for the Copeland Spode bone china. In 1840-1841, Herring visited Paris, painting several pictures, on the invitation of the Duc d'Orleans.
The Kill
English: "The Kill," oil painting, John Frederick Herring, Sr. Date ca. 1850 cyf

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