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A pair of hunting prints dating from 1826 by the famous sporting artist Henry Aiken. Showing the start and the end of a day of sporting action on the hunting field.
Not Began - No Joys can compare to the sports of the field.
Just Finished - To Hunting all pleasures and pastimes must yield.
Drawn and engraved by H Aiken.
Published in London on November 1st 1826 by S & J Fuller, Rathbone Place
Henry Aiken (1785-1851) was a noted artist, engraver and illustrator who often depicted equestrian scenes and whose work is represented in the British Museum. Aiken was well known and popular for his work in sporting circles, "in particular the notorious clique of wealthy and reckless huntsmen who gathered at Melton Mowbray, Leicester".
Both prints are in excellent condition in wooden frames (period but not original).
Dimension: 40.5 cm x 32.8 cm
15.8 inch x 12.9 inch
Demension: 40.5 cm x 33.2 cm
15.8 inch x 13 inch
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