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John Gregory King (1929 - 2014) was a founding member of the Society of Equestrian Artists. Famed for his depictions of the sport of fox hunting, here are two examples of his work that do not disappoint. Each is number 101 of a 250 print run. The prints are named: Vale Farm and Thame Park. The complementary pair are framed and matted the same in a thin gold-gilt wood measuring 18 7/8 x 17 inches. The prints within the matte measure 12 x 8 5/8 inches each. The artwork is stunning featuring moody skies, craggy old trees and lush grasses. The horses, dogs, and riders are caught in their actions of jumping, running and bouncing off saddles. The pieces are well marked and professionally framed with brown paper seal intact with twisted wire hanger. They are well protected behind glass. A truly pair.
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Pair John King Hunt Scene Prints
$85 USD SOLD
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