Stunning Sanderson-Wells Print (7474)
John Sanderson-Wells was a British painter best known for his naturalistic depictions of equestrian scenes, portraits, and 18th-century genre scenes. Born in 1872 in London, United Kingdom, he went on to study at the Slade School of Art in London and later at the Académie Julian in Paris. From 1895 onward Sanderson-Wells exhibited at both the Royal Academy in London and was elected to the Royal Institute in 1903. Much of his work was commissioned by the gentry and so remains in private collections, but can also be found in Banbury Town Hall and the Whitaker Rossendale Museum and Art Gallery in the United Kingdom. The artist died on March 10, 1955 in London, United Kingdom.
This is beautiful print of The Hunt; Gentry on horseman and a Lady riding side-saddle. The colours are beautiful and bright. This is a very high quality vintage print in a beautiful frame.
It measures 575mm wide x 370mm high.