The pleasures & advantages of a capital run (meltonicè) a tickler/Young Gentlemen amusing themsleves with what is called riding at one another.

Method Etching
Artist Robert Frankland
Published 1815
Dimensions Images 180 x 275 mm, Sheets 225 x 310 mm
Notes A pair of hunting scenes, one showing a hunting group trying to pass fence in the centre the other showing the hunting group crossing a small stream. Possibly a touched proof with areas of speia water colour throughout.

Sir Robert Frankland-Russell, 7th Baronet (1784–1849) was an English politician and artist. Studying at Christ Church, Oxford, Frankland succeeded his father as baronet in 1831, and in 1836 inherited property from Sir Robert Greenhill-Russell, 1st Baronet, adding Russell to his surname. The estate included Chequers Court. Frankland-Russell's father had studied under John Malchair, he himself a watercolourist. Two series of aquatints by Charles Turner after Frankland appeared in 1814, Delights of Fishing and Hunting Subjects.

Condition: Some staining to corners from previous album page. Remain of old album page to verso.
Framing unmounted
Price £120.00
Stock ID 47048