Two vintage 20th century race horse and jockey portraits of Bessy Bedlam and Cotherstone after 19th century Victorian framed engravings.
Artists: (1) Harry Hall (English, 1812-88) (1) John Frederick Herring (English, 1795-1865). Publishers: (2) J.F. Herring S. & J. Fuller. Engraver: (1) Charles Hunt (British, 1803-77) (1) Richard Gilson Reeve (British, 1803-89)
(1) Cotherstone. The Winner of the Derby Stakes at Epsom 1843... Harry Hall, Newmarket. (2) Bessy Bedlam, was got by Filho-Da Puta; Her Dam Lunatic by Prime Minister, out of Maniac by Shuttle. The Property of Colonel King. To whom this Print is most Respectfully Dedicated, by His most Obedient and much Obliged Servts. J.F. Herring and S & J. Fuller. London, Published, Sep. 1828 by S & J. Fuller at their Sporting Gallery, 34 Rathbone Place. J.F. Herring, Doncaster.
Late 20th century
Width 30 Depth 1.75 Height 26.75 inches
Sight: Width 21.75 Height 16.5 inches