1733, Oct 301807, Mar 8
an English animal painter, illustrator, and etcher who specialised in paintings of horses and dogs. He was made a Royal Academician. Many of his pictures of horses, dogs, and sporting scenes were engraved, notably The Death of the Fox (Royal Academy, 1788), engraved by John Scott (1774–1827); and Heron-Hawking (Society of Artists, 1780), engraved by Thomas Morris (fl. 1780-1800). He also made some etchings of horses and cattle, and made many illustrations for the works, both published and unpublished, of his brother William.
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