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Henry Barraud (1811-1874) and William Barraud (1810-1850)
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Henry Barraud (1811-1874) and William Barraud (1810-1850)

The Stake

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Henry Barraud (1811-1874) and William Barraud (1810-1850)
The Stake
signed and dated 'H & W. Barraud/1837' (lower right)
oil on canvas
43½ x 55¾ in. (110.5 x 141.5 cm)
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Lot Essay

William Barraud was a pupil of the animal painter Abraham Cooper; his younger brother, Henry Barraud, trained with the landscape painter J.J. Middleton. William and Henry's collabotative works seem to stem from the mid-1830s. It has been suggested that this collaboration may have been inspired by William's reluctance to paint figures. However, the exact nature of their collaboration is unknown.
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