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The Great Stallion, the Byerley Turk, held by a Groom, 1731 - John Wootton - Framed art Print

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Regular price £40.00 (Unframed)

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Type: Print On Demand Image

Collections: 18c British,  Animal,  Classics & Masters,  Farm Animals,  Horses,  Pre 1900,  


  • Framed 18c British art print (40 x 37 cm) by John Wootton.
  • Buy this print framed for £150.
  • Buy this print unframed for £40.
  • Framed Size is 40 x 37 cm.
  • Other print sizes and frame styles are available.
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About the artist

John Wootton, a recognised British painter who was born around 1682 in Snitterfield, UK, was famed for his portrayal of aristocratic horses, landscapes, and hunting scenes. It's believed that he might have refined his skills under the tutelage of Jan Wyck in the late 1690s. Early in his career, Wootton's artwork caught the eye of royals, including King George II. As a pioneer in British landscape and animal painting, he had a significant impact on artists like George Stubbs and Thomas Gainsborough. Wootton died in London on November 13, 1764. His artwork is on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Tate Gallery, and the Hermitage Museum.

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