Farmyard Scene with Horses and Geese

John Frederick Herring Junior
(1815-1907) British
Title Farmyard Scene with Horses and Geese
Category 19th Century
Medium & Size Oil on canvas: 24x36 in. (Frame: 34x 46 in.) Signed L/r J.F. Herring
Price Band £5,000 - £10,000
Location Hungerford

John Frederick Herring junior was a sporting and animal painter. Son and imitator of J.F. Herring senior, one of the finest horse painters in history. Herring Jnr is said to have quarrelled with his father, and although a competent artist, he devoted his career to copying his father’s work, particularly farmyard scenes. As both painters used the same name & initials, their work is often confused. Herring Jnr.’s work is courser than that of his father.

Herring Jnr exhibited mainly at The Society of British Artists in Suffolk Street and also at the Royal Academy and the British Institute. His works were widely engraved.

Bibl: J. F Herring & Sons - Oliver Beckett 1981.

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