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‘Red Duster’ - Royal Horse Artillery Officer’s Charger, 1965
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‘Red Duster’ - Royal Horse Artillery Officer’s Charger, 1965

Measurements: Overall: 61cm (24in) x 51cm (20in)

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Provenance: Lt-Colonel P.R. Heaton-Ellis

Gouache on paper. 1965. Chestnut charger with Royal Horse Artillery officer’s pattern horse furniture. charger Signed and dated Joan Wanklyn in pencil lower right. Remarqued with two pencil sketches of Red Duster and Lt Col. P.R. Heaton-Ellis eventing and showjumping. Framed and glazed.

Lt-Colonel Peter Richard Heaton-Ellis, O.B.E. (1923-2011) commanded the King’s Troop, Royal Horse Artillery.

Joan Wanklyn (1924-1999) began her career as the I-Spy natural history illustrator and later focussed on equestrian art. She was the official artist to the Royal Artillery, and left a bequest to the R.A. Association to fund an art bursary to a child of a serving soldier each year. 

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