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BIOGRAPHY - Harry Hall (1816 - 1882)

 

The 19th century proved to be one of the greatest periods in English Sporting art, and one of the most sought after artist during the early days was John Frederick Herring, Sr. (1895-1865).  Herring captured many of the most famous racehorses of the time on canvas, but there were many other artists whose work was also in demand; among them was Harry Hall.

 

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Harry Hall
(1816 - 1882)
'Fantastic', with Jockey Up
Oil on canvas
23 x 30 inches
Signed and dated 1863
Harry Hall
(1816 - 1882)
Blair Atholl
Oil on canvas
28 x 36 inches
Signed, inscribed and dated 1865
Harry Hall
(1816 - 1882)
Blink Bonny, with J. Charlton Up, Owner & Trainer
Oil on canvas
28 x 36 inches
Signed and dated 1857/8
Harry Hall
(1816 - 1882)
Cremorne
Oil on canvas
17 x 21 inches
signed and dated 1872
Harry Hall
(1816 - 1882)
Isonomy
Oil on canvas
35 x 48 inches
Signed and dated 1878/9
Harry Hall
(1816 - 1882)
Prince Plausible, with G. Fordham Up
Oil on canvas
22 x 30 inches
Signed and dated 1864
Harry Hall
(1816 - 1882)
Sterling
Oil on canvas
28 x 36 inches
Signed, inscribed and dated 1872
Harry Hall
(1816 - 1882)
The Racehorse 'Fisherman'
Oil on canvas
22 x 30 inches
Signed
Harry Hall
(1816 - 1882)
West Australian, with Jockey Up & Trainer
Oil on canvas
23 x 30 inches
Signed, inscribed and dated 1853