Royal Hunt in Windsor Park & His Majesty King Geo. III Returning from Hunting

Method Etching and aquatint with original hand colouring
Artist Matthew Dubourg after James Pollard
Published London, Published & Sold, Jany. 1, 1820 by Edwd. Orme, Bond Street, Publisher & Printseller to the King & Prince Regent
Dimensions Image 305 x 450 mm each
Notes £1200 for the pair.

King George III and a group of horsemen following a pack of hounds in pursuit across an open area, with Windsor Castle in the distance.

King George III riding to right in the grounds of Windsor, raising his hat, surrounded by other members of the hunt, including a woman on the right riding sidesaddle.

Matthew Dubourg was a British engraver and aquatinter, working in London between 1808 and 1838. He often collaborated with John Heaviside Clark, signing as 'Clark & Dubourg'.

James Pollard (1792 - 1867) was a British painter specialising in coaching and sporting scenes. Born in Islington, he began his career as an engraver, and the pupil of his father Robert. He produced numerous plates between 1816 and 1821; then turned to painting, still engraving many of his own paintings.

Siltzer 214
Framing mounted
Price £1,200.00
Stock ID 31581