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Lot 58: after J. N. Sartorious (1755-1828), Hambletonian and Diamond at Newmarket

The Winter Auction

by Leland Little Auctions

December 2, 2016

Hillsborough, NC, USA

Live Auction
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  • after J. N. Sartorious (1755-1828), Hambletonian and Diamond at Newmarket
  • after J. N. Sartorious (1755-1828), Hambletonian and Diamond at Newmarket
  • after J. N. Sartorious (1755-1828), Hambletonian and Diamond at Newmarket
  • after J. N. Sartorious (1755-1828), Hambletonian and Diamond at Newmarket
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Description: oil on canvas (lined), an early 19th century painting after the rare stipple engraving published in 1800 by John Harris, presented in a period appropriate ebonized frame with gilt filet.
DOA 37.5 x 51.5 in.
The original engraving featured the following text:
Sir Harry Tempest Vanes Horse Hambletonian, Preparing to Start against Mr. Cookson's Diamond, over Beacon Course at Newmarket, for a Match of Three Thousand Guineas, a Side half forfeit. Hambletonian carried 8 stone 3 pounds and was rode by Mr. Buckle. Diamond was rode by Mr. Dennis Fitzpatrick and carried 8 stone. This Race was run at the Craven Meeting on Monday, March, 25. 1799.

Condition Report: Extensive craquelure; yellowing varnish; scattered in-fill painting; surface grime; rubbing and retouch to frame.

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