1812 – 1884 (born and died in the UK). This original oil measures 20″ x 30″ not including the frame which appears to be possibly maple and mid-century and not of the period. It is one of James’ most successful paintings, still being reproduced today as a print. It shows a carriage horse breaking out of its field to join a passing hunt. James, and subsequently several of his children, repeated this theme over and over. There are at least twenty-three different versions of The Runaway Horse” still in existence. Here is a link to some of the others, note the difference in the tails and other details. This painting is of the period. Buyer pays for shipping.
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