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JOHN GOODE (worked c.1810-c.1835)

19th century, England

A Chestnut Hunter in a Loose Box with a Groom

Oil on canvas

Condition
Original frame

63.50 x 76.20 cm    25.00 x 30.00 inches

Overall Framed Size
83.00 x 98.00 cm    32.68 x 38.58 inches


John Goode was predominantly a provincial artist, specialising in horses and dogs, who only exhibited twice at the major London institutions - “Hunting Party”, “Fox breaking Covert” -
both times at the Royal Society of British Artists.

He lived in Adderbury, Oxfordshire and it seems that he obtained plenty of commissions in the local environs to sustain a successful...
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