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  • Equestrian Stable Scene | James Clark and James Albert Clark (British, 1863-1955)
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Equestrian Stable Scene | James Clark and James Albert Clark (British, 1863-1955)

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Signed lower left “James Clark & Son, 21 Walbrook St, New North Road N, in oil on canvas
Item # 807ZXG21A

A very fine painting of a show horse with a cropped tail and proud stance in a carefully detailed stable setting.  The navy blanket is monogrammed personally "T.K. A.P.” and the edges highlighted in red, resting over a wall mounted water trough.  The floor is layered in fresh and brilliantly depicted hay with a complex array of shadows cascading through the tidy space.  It is executed in oil on canvas and we have had it beautifully cleaned and conserved; it is housed in an early gilt frame with glass protecting the canvas.  The lower right corner is signed "James Clark & Son, 21 Walbrook St, New North Road, N"

Measurements:  22 3/4 H x 26 7/8 W x 1 7/8 D [frame]

Condition Report:
Professionally conserved.  Early frame, perhaps original; wear and loss to frame elements and loss to gilding.  Light craquelure to surface throughout, areas of light inpainting around edges; minor edge losses where frame rubs.