Manner of John Ferneley painting of three horses
Manner of John Ferneley (British 1782-1860), oil on canvas of three horses and riders, identified as Mr. Ben on Dux, Mr. Lowther on Blatchington, and Mr. H. Preston on Clarissa, 28" x 36". Provenance: A local Pennsylvania Estate.NO in-house shipping for this lot.
Condition:Modern frame. Relined. Scattered touch up including a 4'' repaired tear in sky.
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