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Horse starting' after Sawrey Gilpin. Gilpin was one of the most respected animal painters of his day, second only to his rival George Stubbs. This print shows a horse on rocky terrain being startled (or starting) at the sight of a snake on the ground. The engravers and publishers of this print are father and daughter team, William and Letitia Byrne. Quite a number of their engravings are found in the Herschel collection suggested the family liked their work.
Original size: 276 mm x 397 mm
- Image reference: PY6168
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Herschel Collection