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THOMAS STRINGER (BRITISH, 1722-1790)

An equestrian portrait of a gentleman, traditionally identified as Mr. Heron, mounted on a bay hunter, with hounds in a landscape

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THOMAS STRINGER (BRITISH, 1722-1790)
An equestrian portrait of a gentleman, traditionally identified as Mr. Heron, mounted on a bay hunter, with hounds in a landscape
oil on canvas
24½ x 35½ in. (62.3 x 90.2 cm.)
Provenance
Almost certainly commissioned by George Heron of Daresbury Hall, Cheshire.
By descent to General Peter Heron (1770-1849) of Moor Hall, Cheshire, and to his wife's great-niece, Cecilia Widdrington (née Gregge-Hopwood) who married Shalcross Fitzherbert Widdrington in 1864.
Literature
Inventory and Valuation of the contents of Newton Hall, Felton, Morpeth, Northumberland, The Property of Brigadier General B. F. Widdrington, C.M.G., D.S.O., 1925, p. 126.
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