A very whimsical set of four prints from Fore's Hunting Sketches, these prints are from a series entitled "The Right and Wrong Sorts or A Good and Bad Style of Cross Country". Each print illustrates the correct equestrian form and the wrong form in traveling cross country during a fox hunt. These are the original prints published in 1859 by Messrs Fores at 41 Picadilly. These prints have been hand colored and probably by the publisher since careful inspection shows complete coloring of the horses and riders, but a far gentler coloration of the background. The prints are in their original 1849 frames and have been archival backed and matted. Though the pictures do not show it, all the prints have the same overall paper color which is neither bright white nor very yellow. The first picture best represents the color of the prints.
Framed size is 22 x 18 inches, sight size is 17 x 13 inches.
As can be seen from the pictures they are in wonderful condition.
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