Oil painting of an 18th Century equestrian scene in the style of Henry Stull.
Henry Stull (1851 - 1913) was born in Ontario, Canada and was primarily an illustrator and cartoonist. He moved to New York for work and became a member of the Coney Island Jockey Club and spent a lot of time around race horses. Stull eventually became a specialist in painting thoroughbred race horses.
Hand painted by an established individual artist, Liu Yingjie. Born in Quanzhou, Fujian Province of China in 1971, Yingjie had a particular fondness for painting throughout his childhood and after studying at the Fujian Academy of Fine Arts, he regularly participated in National and Provincial art exhibitions winning several awards with his paintings being purchased by Western collectors.
This painting has been stretched and is ready for mounting in your choice of solid wood frame:
Mahogany veneer with gilded highlights +$230
Carved corner decoration only, gilded finish +$270
Fully carved swept frame, gilded finish +$450
Width: 23 inches | Height: 35¼ inches