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The Colonel, The Winner of the Great St. Leger Stakes at Doncaster, 1828,
The Colonel, The Winner of the Great St. Leger Stakes at Doncaster, 1828, 80 Subscribers_ 19 started. By Whisker out of My Lady's dam by Delpnini Grandam Tipple Cider by King Fergus, The Property of the Hon.ble E. Petre, To whom this Print by Permission is most respectfully dedicated by the Publishers. J.F. Herring and S. & J. Fuller.
Painted by F.J. Herring, Doncaster. Engraved by R.G. Reeve.
London, Published Jan.y 15. 1829 by S. & J. Fuller, at their Sporting Gallery, 34 Rathbone Place, and at J.F. Herring, Doncaster.
Fine aquatint, printed in colours and hand-finished, with minerva stamp. 350 x 410mm (13¾ x 16"). Framed. Unexamined out of frame.
The Colonel, winner of the St. Leger stakes in 1828. The oldest of the British five classic races, the St. Leger stakes were first held in 1776. Born in 1795, John Frederick Herring spent the first eighteen years of his life in London, before moving to Doncaster. In Yorkshire, he married and began to earn his living as a humble painter of inn signs and coach insignia. Sketching equestrian subjects in his spare time, Herring’s talent was quickly noticed and he soon found himself painting hunters and racehorses for local patrons. He lived for a time in Newmarket, and then in London, where he may have been tutored by a well-known artist of the time, Abraham Cooper.
Siltzer 146
[Ref: 52948]   £1,250.00  
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Doctor Syntax.
Doctor Syntax.
James Ward R.A. Pinx.t et Del.t. Select Proof retouched by J.W.
London Pub.d April, 1823 for J. W. by R. Ackermann.
Lithograph on chine collé. 370 x 480mm (14½ x 19") with large margins, watermarked 'J Whatman 1822'.
From the series 'Fourteen Horses Dedicated to His Most Gracious Majesty George IV'. Ward described this horse as: 'A celebrated Race-Horse, the Property of Ralph Riddel, Esq.'. Doctor Syntax (1811-1838) raced exclusively in the North of England, winning at least thirty-six races in ten seasons from 1814 to 1823. He was retired to stud in 1824 and proved a successful sire of winners, including Ralph, Chapeau d'Espagne and Beeswing, winner of the Ascot Gold Cup in 1842.
Siltzer p.284. FR. 24.
[Ref: 52879]   £480.00  
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[Riding School]
[Riding School]
à Joh: El: Ridinger inv: et del: Aug: Vindel: 1744. & Mart: El: Ridinger Filio suo æri incisi 1774.
[Augsburg, c.1774.]
Scarce large etching. 375 x 630mm (14¾ x 24¾") very large margins.
An untitled scene of the courtyard of a riding school, each filled with horses, dogs and horse trainers, with prospective buyers looking over a wall, with a key noting the horse-training techniques being depicted. Painted by Johann Elias Ridinger (1698-1767) and engraved by his son Martin Elias (1730-81).
[Ref: 52902]   £680.00  
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[Riding School.]
[Riding School.]
à Joh: El: Ridinger inv: et del: Aug: Vindel: 1744. & Mart: El: Ridinger Filio suo æri incisi 1774.
[Augsburg, c.1774.]
Scarce large etching, 18th century watermark. 375 x 630mm (14¾ x 24¾") with wide margins. Mint.
An untitled scene, filled with horses, dogs and horse trainers, with prospective buyers on a terrace, with a key noting the horse-training techniques being depicted. Painted by Johann Elias Ridinger (1698-1767) and engraved by his son Martin Elias (1730-81).
[Ref: 52898]   £750.00  
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[Riding School]
[Riding School]
à Joh: El: Ridinger inv: et del: Aug: Vindel: 1744. & Mart: El: Ridinger Filio suo æri incisi 1774.
[Augsburg, c.1774.]
Scarce large etching, 18th century watermark. 375 x 630mm (14¾ x 24¾") with wide margins. Slight stain in sky and small wormholes in left edge, otherwise mint.
An untitled scene, filled with horses, dogs and horse trainers, with prospective buyers on a terrace, with a key noting the horse-training techniques being depicted. Painted by Johann Elias Ridinger (1698-1767) and engraved by his son Martin Elias (1730-81).
[Ref: 52899]   £750.00  
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[Riding School]
[Riding School]
à Joh: El: Ridinger inv: et del: Aug: Vindel: 1744. & Mart: El: Ridinger Filio suo æri incisi 1774.
[Augsburg, c.1774.]
Scarce large etching. 375 x 630mm (14¾ x 24¾"), with wide margins. Very slight stain left top. Otherwise mint.
An untitled scene of the interior of a riding school, each filled with horses, dogs and horse trainers, with prospective buyers on a balcony, with a key noting the horse-training techniques being depicted. Painted by Johann Elias Ridinger (1698-1767) and engraved by his son Martin Elias (1730-81).
[Ref: 52900]   £750.00  
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[Riding School.]
[Riding School.]
à Joh: El: Ridinger inv: et del: Aug: Vindel: 1744. & Mart: El: Ridinger Filio suo æri incisi 1774.
[Augsburg, c.1774.]
Scarce large etching. 375 x 630mm (14¾ x 24¾"), large margins.
An untitled scene, filled with horses, dogs, horse trainers and prospective buyers, with a key noting the horse-training techniques being depicted. Painted by Johann Elias Ridinger (1698-1767) and engraved by his son Martin Elias (1730-81).
[Ref: 52869]   £750.00  
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[Riding School.]
[Riding School.]
à Joh: El: Ridinger inv: et del: Aug: Vindel: 1744. & Mart: El: Ridinger Filio suo æri incisi 1774.
[Augsburg, c.1774.]
Scarce large etching, 18th century watermark. 375 x 630mm (14¾ x 24¾"), with very wide margins. Slight worming in margins on left. Two stains top left. Otherwise mint.
An untitled scene of the courtyard of a riding school, each filled with horses, dogs and horse trainers, with prospective buyers on a balcony, with a key noting the horse-training techniques being depicted. Painted by Johann Elias Ridinger (1698-1767) and engraved by his son Martin Elias (1730-81).
[Ref: 52901]   £750.00  
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