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2nd Horse - Study of an 18th Century Cavalryman, 1923
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2nd Horse - Study of an 18th Century Cavalryman, 1923

Measurements: Overall: 62cm (24.5in) x 52cm (20.5in)



Watercolour on paper study by F.W. Barry from the painting by David Morier in the Royal Collection. Signed and dated 1923. Framed and glazed.

F.W. Barry (active 1887-1945) was permitted by George V to reproduce a number of David Morier’s military paintings in the Royal Collection at Windsor Castle in the 1920s and 30s.

David Morier (1705-1760) was a Swiss military and sporting painter who started working for William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland (1721-65) in 1747. He painted a series of pictures of troops under the Duke’s command.