An antique equestrian portrait painting of a military figure seated astride a black horse viewed from the back. He wears a cermonial uniform of a scarlet tunic, a metal cuirass and a matching helmet with a white plume. The Life Guards are a senior regiment of the British Army and are part of the royal Household Calvary and the Queen's official bodyguard regiment.
PLACE OF ORIGIN
Unsigned. Framer label (on reverse): Framed by / L. Bamberger & Co. / Newark N.J.
Queen Victoria (1837-1901) | Late 19th century
Width 12 Depth 2 Height 15 inches
Sight: Width 10.5 Height 13.5 inches
Note: crazing, some paint loss and flaking.