Benjamin Marshall, Miss Craven

Marshall, Benjamin (?, horse painter in London and Newmarket, 1767-1835). Miss Craven. Dapple with braided crest and jockey in yellow-white to the right. On the right brown horse from behind with the stable boy putting on the saddle-cloth, on the left stable. In the distance two further riders. Colored steel engraving by Richard Woodman (1784 London 1859). Inscribed: Painted by L. (sic!) Marshall / Engraved by R. Woodman / Published by M. A. Pittman, Warwick Square, London, June 1, 1830, otherwise as above. 4½ × 4¾ in (11.4 × 12.2 cm).

On strong paper. – In the cut of the passepartout especially in the upper part somewhat more browned. – Charming horse portrait in fine colors.

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