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A white pony in a stable. Engraving by F. Bromley after A. Cooper, 1836.

Cooper, Abraham, 1787-1868.
Date
July 1 1836
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Description

The pony, seen in right three quarter view from behind, has a bobbed tail and carries a saddle with covered saddle-bags (one visible). In the corner to the right, two dogs (field spaniels?) rest on the straw, one sitting, one lying. A dead hare, pheasant and another game bird (partridge?) hang from the stall to the right, and an overturned wooden bucket lies on the floor. To the left, the gamekeeper's peaked cap hangs on the wall.

Publication/Creation

London (Brownlow Street, Holborn) : W.J. White, July 1 1836.

Physical description

1 print : stipple engraving ; platemark 35.5 x 36.8 cm

Lettering

Gamekeeper's stable. A. Cooper, R.A.; F. Bromley

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 561821i

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  • English

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