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b. 1814 - d. 1882

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          • HARRY HALL (BRITISH 1814-1882), LADY PATRONESS
            Feb. 21, 2024

            HARRY HALL (BRITISH 1814-1882), LADY PATRONESS

            Est: £2,000 - £3,000

            HARRY HALL (BRITISH 1814-1882)LADY PATRONESSOil on canvasSinged and dated '1876' (lower right), and inscribed 'lady patroness' (lower left)42 x 52cm (16½ x 20¼ in.)

            Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
          • Harry Hall
            Nov. 21, 2023

            Harry Hall

            Est: $2,000 - $3,000

            British, 1814-1882 Meteor, with his Jockey, 1842 Signed and dated Harry Hall 1842 (lr) Oil on canvas 13 1/4 x 17 1/2 inches (33.7 x 44.5 cm) (Frame dimensions: 21 x 25 1/2 x 2 inches) Canvas is relined. Craquelure throughout. Inpaint mostly to infill craquelure visible under UV light inspection. Label Property of Lewis T. Preston affixed to frame verso

            Doyle New York
          • Harry Hall - FORESTER WITH HORSES & DOGS
            Nov. 18, 2023

            Harry Hall - FORESTER WITH HORSES & DOGS

            Est: $6,000 - $7,000

            Oil on canvas Signed, dated 1853. Harry Hall (British, 1814-1822)

            The Sporting Art Auction
          • Harry Hall - RIDER UP
            Nov. 18, 2023

            Harry Hall - RIDER UP

            Est: $4,000 - $6,000

            Oil on canvas Harry Hall (British, 1814-1822)

            The Sporting Art Auction
          • HARRY HALL (BRITISH 1814-1882), A RACEHORSE WITH ITS OWNER
            Oct. 18, 2023

            HARRY HALL (BRITISH 1814-1882), A RACEHORSE WITH ITS OWNER

            Est: £2,000 - £3,000

            HARRY HALL (BRITISH 1814-1882)A RACEHORSE WITH ITS OWNEROil on canvas48 x 65cm (18¾ x 25½ in.)

            Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
          • Harry Hall (British, 1814-1882) Admiral Harcourt’s 'Ellington,' Winner of the Derby, 1856
            Jul. 18, 2023

            Harry Hall (British, 1814-1882) Admiral Harcourt’s 'Ellington,' Winner of the Derby, 1856

            Est: $3,000 - $5,000

            Harry Hall (British, 1814-1882) Admiral Harcourt’s 'Ellington,' Winner of the Derby, 1856 Oil on canvas 19 3/4 x 27 1/8 in. (50.2 x 68.9cm) Provenance Christie's, New York, sale of December 6, 1996, Lot 136 (per label verso). (Presumably) acquired directly from the above sale. Estate of Mary L. Means, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. To request a condition report or additional images please contact Raphael Chatroux at [email protected]

            Freeman's
          • Attributed to Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882)
            Mar. 15, 2023

            Attributed to Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882)

            Est: $2,000 - $3,000

            Attributed to Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882) Horse in Stalloil on canvas20 1/4 x 26 inches. This lot is located in Chicago. Provenance: Possibly Ex Collection of Lord Alexander Paget (labeled)

            Hindman
          • Attributed to Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882)
            Mar. 15, 2023

            Attributed to Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882)

            Est: $2,000 - $3,000

            Attributed to Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882) Horse in Stalloil on canvas20 1/4 x 26 inches. This lot is located in Chicago.

            Hindman
          • HARRY HALL (1814-1882) Dacia, winner of the Cambridgeshire, 1848, with Geo
            Feb. 09, 2023

            HARRY HALL (1814-1882) Dacia, winner of the Cambridgeshire, 1848, with Geo

            Est: £5,000 - £8,000

            HARRY HALL (1814-1882) Dacia, winner of the Cambridgeshire, 1848, with George Brown up before a stable... oil on canvas 20 x 24 in. (50.8 x 61 cm.)

            Christie's
          • Harry Hall oil on canvas of a race horse
            Jan. 20, 2023

            Harry Hall oil on canvas of a race horse

            Est: $2,000 - $3,000

            Harry Hall (British 1815-1882), oil on canvas of race horse, titled Frivolty, Middle Park Plate 1869, with C. Chaloner and F. Dawson, signed lower right and dated 1870, 27 1/2" x 38 1/2".  Provenance: Normandy Farms, Pennsylvania, Strassburger Estate. NO in-house shipping for this lot.

            Pook & Pook Inc.
          • ¤ • ROSEMARY COATES, LATE 20TH CENTURY
            Oct. 19, 2022

            ¤ • ROSEMARY COATES, LATE 20TH CENTURY

            Est: £80 - £100

            HUNTING MAP OF ENGLAND Lithograph Signed on print and in pencil l.r. ~Rosemary Coates~ Plate size: 510 x 405mm Framed size: 64 x 54.5cm (25 x 21½in) together with; Harry Hall (1814-1882) The Merry Beaglers (2)

            Olympia Auctions
          • ***WITHDRAWN*** HARRY HALL (1814 - 1882) Portrait of Wild Dayrell, with Jockey Robert Sherwood, being led by trainer Mr. Rickaby Oil on canvas, 152 x 124cm Wild Dayrell was the 1855 Derby Winner, owned by Francis Topham. Another similar work by
            Oct. 18, 2022

            ***WITHDRAWN*** HARRY HALL (1814 - 1882) Portrait of Wild Dayrell, with Jockey Robert Sherwood, being led by trainer Mr. Rickaby Oil on canvas, 152 x 124cm Wild Dayrell was the 1855 Derby Winner, owned by Francis Topham. Another similar work by

            Est: €12,000 - €18,000

            ***WITHDRAWN*** HARRY HALL (1814 - 1882) Portrait of Wild Dayrell, with Jockey Robert Sherwood, being led by trainer Mr. Rickaby Oil on canvas, 152 x 124cm Wild Dayrell was the 1855 Derby Winner, owned by Francis Topham. Another similar work by Hall sold in Sotheby's Sale New York, Important Sporting Art, June 7th 2001, lot 496. Harry Hall is considered along with J.F Herring SNR, to be one of Britain's leading 19th century sporting artists who gained fame through his many commissioned portraits of classic winners. Literature: C. Lane Harry Hall's Classic Winners, London 1990, pg.48

            Adam's
          • Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882) Three mares by a stream
            Oct. 12, 2022

            Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882) Three mares by a stream

            Est: £3,000 - £5,000

            Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882) Three mares by a stream Signed and dated 'Hall 1861-2' (lower left) Oil on canvas 81 x 122cm (31 7/8 x 48 1/16in). For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

            Bonhams
          • AFTER HARRY HALL (British, 1814-1882). Daniel O'Rourke, circa 1852, Colored engraving by John Harris (English, 1811-1865) depicting a
            Sep. 08, 2022

            AFTER HARRY HALL (British, 1814-1882). Daniel O'Rourke, circa 1852, Colored engraving by John Harris (English, 1811-1865) depicting a

            Est: $150 - $250

            AFTER HARRY HALL (British, 1814-1882). Daniel O'Rourke, circa 1852, Colored engraving by John Harris (English, 1811-1865) depicting a jockey and a horse with trainer. Framed. Not examined out of frame. - 12" x 27"; frame: 30" x 34.5"

            Sloans & Kenyon
          • Harry Hall (British, 1814-1882) Queen Bertha
            Jul. 14, 2022

            Harry Hall (British, 1814-1882) Queen Bertha

            Est: $600 - $800

            Harry Hall (British, 1814-1882) Queen Bertha oil on canvas initialed H.H. (lower right); titled (lower left) 17 x 20 inches. Provenance: Sold: Phillips, London, November 19, 1991

            Hindman
          • HARRY HALL (BRITISH 1814-1882), CHESTNUT RACEHORSE IN AN EXTENSIVE LANDSCAPE
            May. 26, 2022

            HARRY HALL (BRITISH 1814-1882), CHESTNUT RACEHORSE IN AN EXTENSIVE LANDSCAPE

            Est: £1,500 - £2,000

            HARRY HALL (BRITISH 1814-1882)CHESTNUT RACEHORSE IN AN EXTENSIVE LANDSCAPEOil on canvas70 x 90cm (27½ x 35¼ in.)

            Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
          • Harry (Henry) Hall
            Jan. 29, 2022

            Harry (Henry) Hall

            Est: $4,000 - $6,000

            (United Kingdom, 1815-1882) Oil on board titled, "The Flying Dutchman". Brilliantly executed horse portrait with rider in English country setting. Signed lower right and very handsomely framed with artist plaque at center giving dates and title of the work. The piece has been professionally conserved, cleaned and relined. The frame is 19th century and likely original if not close to the period. Framed: H34" W43" Sold from the collection of a Private Atlanta Institution.

            Wooten & Wooten Auctioneers
          • HARRY (HENRY) HALL (1815 - 1882): HORSE AND RIDER
            Dec. 05, 2021

            HARRY (HENRY) HALL (1815 - 1882): HORSE AND RIDER

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            1865; oil on canvas; signed and dated lower right; Provenance: The Estate of Barry Tarlow, Los Angeles; 24 x 30 inches; 32 x 36 1/2 inches frame

            Abell Auction
          • HARRY HALL, (English, 1815-1882), Portrait of Flageolet, 1876, oil on canvas, 17 x 21 in., frame: 22 1/2 x 26 1/2 in.
            Dec. 05, 2021

            HARRY HALL, (English, 1815-1882), Portrait of Flageolet, 1876, oil on canvas, 17 x 21 in., frame: 22 1/2 x 26 1/2 in.

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            HARRY HALL (English, 1815-1882) Portrait of Flageolet 1876, oil on canvas dated Harry Hall 1876 lower right

            Grogan & Company
          • Harry Hall, 'Lago', Oil on Canvas
            Oct. 27, 2021

            Harry Hall, 'Lago', Oil on Canvas

            Est: $1,500 - $3,000

            (British, 1814-1882), 1857, signed and dated l.r.c. Overall: 20-1/2"h x 24-1/2"w Sight: 16-1/2"h x 20-1/2"w Provenance: Property from the Collection of Winston and C.Z. Guest

            Nye & Company
          • Harry Hall (1813-1882) British, 'Starter' a chestnut horse in a stable, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1870,
            Sep. 29, 2021

            Harry Hall (1813-1882) British, 'Starter' a chestnut horse in a stable, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1870,

            Est: £1,200 - £1,800

            Harry Hall (1813-1882) British, 'Starter' a chestnut horse in a stable, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1870, 17" x 21".

            John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
          • Harry Hall (1814-1882): Portrait of the Jockey Ralph Bullock
            Sep. 22, 2021

            Harry Hall (1814-1882): Portrait of the Jockey Ralph Bullock

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Oil on board, unsigned. 9 1/4 x 7 in., 12 x 9 1/2 in. (frame). An Artist's Life: The Collection of Henry Koehler

            Stair
          • HARRY HALL (BRITISH 1814-1882)
            Jun. 29, 2021

            HARRY HALL (BRITISH 1814-1882)

            Est: £1,000 - £1,500

            HARRY HALL (BRITISH 1814-1882) HARRY HALL (BRITISH 1814-1882) A bay racehorse in a loosebox signed and dated Harry Hall / 18** (lower right) oil on canvas, unframed 48 x 61 cm (19 x 24 in) Harry Hall was the foremost racehorse portraitist of his time. Born in Cambridge, he first appeared as an artist at Tattersalls, working on a number of their publications, initially British Racehorses and The Sporting Review. He became the chief artist of The Field and produced a great volume of work, much of which was engraved. The Sporting Magazine published 114 plates by Hall. He also worked for The Illustrated London News.

            Chiswick Auctions
          • AFTER HARRY HALL (1814-1882),  GLADIATEUR, WINNER OF THE 1865 ENGLISH TRIPLE CROWN, AQUATINT IN
            Jun. 08, 2021

            AFTER HARRY HALL (1814-1882),  GLADIATEUR, WINNER OF THE 1865 ENGLISH TRIPLE CROWN, AQUATINT IN

            Est: £200 - £300

            After Harry Hall (1814-1882),  GLADIATEUR, WINNER OF THE 1865 ENGLISH TRIPLE CROWN, aquatint in original hand colour, engraved by John Harris, depicting the French-bred champion Gladiateur in his stall, with legend below, in a black and gilt frame, 71 by 90cm., overall, minor wear to frame corner, part missing Gladiateur, foaled in 1862, was the first French-bred horse to win the Derby. Despite regularly suffering lameness, he also won the 2,000 Guineas, St Leger, Grand Prix de Paris and Ascot Gold Cup - a record which remains unbeaten. His successes across the Channel aroused great enthusiasm in France and earned him the nickname 'The Avenger of Waterloo'. His statue today occupies a prominent place at Longchamp racecourse.

            Graham Budd Auctions
          • AFTER HARRY HALL (1814-1882), VOLTIGEUR, WINNER OF THE DERBY STAKES AT EPSOM, THE DONCASTER GREAT ST
            Jun. 08, 2021

            AFTER HARRY HALL (1814-1882), VOLTIGEUR, WINNER OF THE DERBY STAKES AT EPSOM, THE DONCASTER GREAT ST

            Est: £200 - £300

            After Harry Hall (1814-1882), VOLTIGEUR, WINNER OF THE DERBY STAKES AT EPSOM, THE DONCASTER GREAT ST LEGER AND THE DONCASTER CUP 1850, aquatint in original hand colour engraved by John Harris, depicting Voltigeur being held by his trainer Robert Hill with jockey Job Marson standing by, in a rural setting, legend in margin, mounted in a black and gilt frame, overall 79 by 90cm., minor discolouration to engraving, slight damage to bottom of frame Lord Zetland's Voltigeur was one of the best racehorses to be trained in the north. Foaled in 1847, he won the Derby and dead-heated in the St Leger, but then won the run-off before winning the Doncaster Cup just two days later, beating his only rival The Flying Dutchman. The following year the two horses met again in what was famously termed 'The Great Match', a race Voltigeur lost.

            Graham Budd Auctions
          • Harry Hall (British 1814-1882), Romping Girl; Misletoe; and Indian Star
            May. 27, 2021

            Harry Hall (British 1814-1882), Romping Girl; Misletoe; and Indian Star

            Est: £2,000 - £3,000

            Harry Hall (British 1814-1882)Romping Girl; Misletoe; and Indian StarOil on canvas The first titled (lower left)Each 43.5 x 53cm (17 x 20¾ in.) (3)

            Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
          • Harry Hall (1814-1882): Charon
            Apr. 22, 2021

            Harry Hall (1814-1882): Charon

            Est: $1,500 - $2,500

            Oil on canvas, signed 'H. Hall' lower right, with label from Scott & Fowles, NY. 22 1/2 x 30 in., 28 x 35 1/2 in. (frame). Property from the Estate of Audrey Zauderer

            Stair
          • (Attributed to) Harry Hall (c.1814-1882) 'Racehorse and Trainer' Oil on Canvas
            Apr. 18, 2021

            (Attributed to) Harry Hall (c.1814-1882) 'Racehorse and Trainer' Oil on Canvas

            Est: $2,000 - $3,000

            (Attributed to) Harry Hall (c.1814-1882) 'Racehorse and Trainer' Oil on Canvas Dated 1863 and signed 'Harry Hall' lower right, depicting a thoroughbred horse in a stall being regarded by an older man in 19th century attire, in a gilt wood frame; auction tags and gallery label en verso Property from: a Lake Bluff, Illinois estate Category: Fine Art > European Paintings Estimated Sale Time: 11:43 am CST Shipping Status: Leonard Auction, Inc. will provide direct shipping for this lot. Please visit our website for a shipping estimate. Sales Tax: Illinois (8.000%), Kansas (6.500%), New Jersey (6.625%), Pennsylvania (6.000%), Washington (10.500%) Links to High Resolution Images: Image #1 Image #2 Image #3 Image #4 Image #5 Image #6 Image #7 Image #8

            Leonard Auction
          • J. Harris, After Harry Hall (1814-1882), Mezzotint, The Merry Beaglers, Three gentlemen in a landsca
            Apr. 09, 2021

            J. Harris, After Harry Hall (1814-1882), Mezzotint, The Merry Beaglers, Three gentlemen in a landsca

            Est: £30 - £50

            J. Harris, After Harry Hall (1814-1882), Mezzotint, The Merry Beaglers, Three gentlemen in a landscape with hounds / beagle dogs. Titled under. Approx. 16 1/2" x 24"

            Claydon Auctioneers
          • HARRY HALL (BRITISH 1814 - 1882)
            Dec. 04, 2020

            HARRY HALL (BRITISH 1814 - 1882)

            Est: £1,000 - £1,500

            HARRY HALL (BRITISH 1814 - 1882) A bay racehorse in a loosebox signed and dated Harry Hall / 18** (lower right) oil on canvas 48 x 61 cm (19 x 24 in) Harry Hall was an English equestrian painter, whose works were in demand by racehorse owners and was the foremost racehorse portraitist of his time. Hall was born in Cambridge, he first appeared as an artist at Tattersalls, working on a number of their publications, initially British Racehorses and The Sporting Review. He became the chief artist of The Field and produced a great volume of work, much of which was engraved. The Sporting Magazine published 114 plates by Hall. He also worked for The Illustrated London News.

            Chiswick Auctions
          • HARRY HALL - A TRAINER HOLDING A BAY RACEHORSE, JOCKEY UP AT NEWMARKET
            Nov. 22, 2020

            HARRY HALL - A TRAINER HOLDING A BAY RACEHORSE, JOCKEY UP AT NEWMARKET

            Est: $5,000 - $7,000

            Harry Hall British, 1814-1882 A Trainer Holding a Bay Racehorse, Jockey Up at Newmarket Oil on canvas Signed & dated 1849 This piece, executed by the artist in 1849, is believed to be a portrait of Mr. B. Green’s Flatcatcher, with trainer Henry Stebbing. Green’s winner, a Touchstone colt, was a formidable opponent on the track, taking the 2000 Guineas, the Dee Stakes at Chester, and the St. Leger Stakes at Liverpool as a 3-year-old. After he returned the following year to win the Port Stakes, Newmarket, and the Queen’s Plates at Chester and Shrewsbury, a portrait of the racer and his trainer was presumably commissioned to commemorate his achievements on the turf.

            The Sporting Art Auction
          • Harry Hall (British, 1814-1882)
            Oct. 01, 2020

            Harry Hall (British, 1814-1882)

            Est: £8,000 - £12,000

            Harry Hall (British, 1814-1882) William Pigott (1804-1875) mounted on his hunter with his dog in a landscape signed lower right 'Harry Hall / Pinxt 1843' oil on canvas 89.5 x 69cm Footnote: The sitter by his marriage to the heiress of both, was owner of the Denston and Dullingham estates.

            Cheffins
          • Harry Hall (British, 1814-1882)
            Oct. 01, 2020

            Harry Hall (British, 1814-1882)

            Est: £1,000 - £1,500

            Harry Hall (British, 1814-1882) A Dark bay racehorse oil on canvas 42 x 52cm Footnote: Provenance: Presumably acquired by John (1811-1908) or Algernon Dunn Gardner (1853-1929) and thence by descent

            Cheffins
          • Attributed to Harry Hall (British, 1814-1882)
            Oct. 01, 2020

            Attributed to Harry Hall (British, 1814-1882)

            Est: £1,000 - £1,500

            Attributed to Harry Hall (British, 1814-1882) Voltigeur racing with Job Marson up in the colours of the Marquess of Zetland inscribed lower centre 'Voltigeur / 1850' oil on canvas 54.5 x 75cm Footnote: Provenance: According to a label on the reverse, Sir Cuthbert [Eley] Quilter, 1st Bt (1841-1911) by whom given to Algernon Dunn Gardner (1853-1929) on 23rd January 1912 Voltigeur won for the Marquess of Zetland in 1850, the 2000 Guineas, the Derby and the St Leger and the present picture was no doubt painted to record the winning of the Triple Crown, which since the first 2000 Guineas race of 1809, only fifteen horses have achieved, including the great Nijinsky.

            Cheffins
          • Harry (Henry) Hall (British, 1815-1882)
            Feb. 11, 2020

            Harry (Henry) Hall (British, 1815-1882)

            Est: $2,000 - $3,000

            Harry (Henry) Hall (British, 1815-1882) Untitled (Horse) oil on panel signed H. Hall (lower right) 4 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches (sight).

            Hindman
          • HARRY HALL (BRITISH, C. 1813-1882) CLOSE FINISH - YORK 1851
            Nov. 27, 2019

            HARRY HALL (BRITISH, C. 1813-1882) CLOSE FINISH - YORK 1851

            Est: £400 - £600

            signed lower left "H Hall" oil on canvas (Dimensions: 36 x 49 cm) (36 x 49 cm) Footnote: Provenance: Moulton Grange, Pitsford, Northamptonshire The present painting depicts one of the best races of the 19th Century. Both horses were winners of the Derby and St Leger and neither horse had ever been beaten. Voltigeur belonged to the Marquis of Zetland (white, red spots and scarlet cap) and The Dutchman to Lord Eglinton (tartan, yellow sleeves and cap). The general view was that the four year old, The Flying Dutchman, was the better horse, given that Voltigeur had run a dead heat for the St Leger only two days before, and had to then race again with Russborough later that afternoon. However, by repute, Marlow, the jockey on The Dutchman, had drunk too much before the race and rode his horse foolishly by trying to run Voltigeur into the ground by setting a furious pace. In the end, Voltigeur, ridden by Flatman, won by half a length. No-one was satisfied that they really knew which horse was best and the owners agreed to match them again at York the following May. The Dutchman, now giving 8.5 lbs, won by a length after the betting between them had been even. We are grateful to David Oldrey for his assistance with the catalogue entry. Condition report: Oil on canvas which is unlined. There is a small puncture to the canvas in the upper right corner, The canvas tension is slack which has led to stretcher bar marks forming. Debris is trapped between the lower stretcher bar and canvas causing deformations. There are numerous scratches and small losses to the paint layer caused by impact, but overall the painting is stable. The varnish is dull and yellowed. The frame has losses to the moulding along the lower edge

            Cheffins
          • Attributed to Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882) Jockey on Horseback with a Standing Gentleman on Newmarket Heath
            Nov. 21, 2019

            Attributed to Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882) Jockey on Horseback with a Standing Gentleman on Newmarket Heath

            Est: $2,000 - $4,000

            Attributed to Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882) Jockey on Horseback with a Standing Gentleman on Newmarket Heath oil on canvas 28 x 36 inches.

            Hindman
          • Attributed to Harry Hall - Bay Horse with Jockey Up
            Nov. 17, 2019

            Attributed to Harry Hall - Bay Horse with Jockey Up

            Est: $12,000 - $15,000

            Attributed to Harry Hall (British, 1814–1882) BAY HORSE WITH JOCKEY UP $12,000. – $15,000. Oil on canvas, 34” x 44” $12,000. – 15,000.

            The Sporting Art Auction
          • Harry Hall - Fille de L'Air
            Nov. 17, 2019

            Harry Hall - Fille de L'Air

            Est: $7,000 - $10,000

            Harry Hall (British, 1814–1882) FILLE DE L’AIR $7,000. – $10,000. Oil on canvas, 28” x 36” Signed, dated 1864-65, inscribed ‘Newmarket’ $7,000. – 10,000. The namesake of the Prix Fille de l’Air, Count Frederic de Lagrange’s French-bred filly, is one of two horses to win both the Oaks and the Prix de Diane. While the count kept horses in training at both Chantilly and Newmarket, France and Britain were engaged in a bitter rivalry over European racing supremacy. As authors Joyce Kay and Wray Vamplew note on pages 132 and 133 of the Encyclopedia of British Horse Racing, “Downright hostility, however, greeted the victory of Fille de l’Air, the first French-owned winner of an English Classic, the 1864 Oaks. Some said that the horse had to be escorted to the winners’ enclosure by a group of hired prizefighters; others, that the jockey had to be protected by mounted police with drawn sabres as he attempted to weigh in.”

            The Sporting Art Auction
          • After Harry Hall (1814-1882) BEND OR WITH FRED ARCHER UP aquatint print in
            Nov. 04, 2019

            After Harry Hall (1814-1882) BEND OR WITH FRED ARCHER UP aquatint print in

            Est: £200 - £300

            After Harry Hall (1814-1882) BEND OR WITH FRED ARCHER UP aquatint print in fine, period gilt frame incorporating a jockey cap, horse shoe and crossed whips motif, the image 47 by 65cm. Exhibited: Fred Archer, Sporting Hero, 1857-1886, Pittville Pump Room Museum, Cheltenham, 1st November 1986 to 24th Januray 1987, Cat No.10.

            Graham Budd Auctions
          • HARRY HALL (BRITISH 1814-1882)
            Oct. 29, 2019

            HARRY HALL (BRITISH 1814-1882)

            Est: £700 - £1,000

            HARRY HALL (BRITISH 1814-1882) A Grey Hunter  Signed Harry Hall and dated Newmarket 1844 (lower left) Oil on canvas 43 x 53.5cm (17 x 21in)

            Chiswick Auctions
          • Attributed Harry Hall (1815-1882), Oil on Canvas
            Sep. 14, 2019

            Attributed Harry Hall (1815-1882), Oil on Canvas

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            Attributed Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882), oil on canvas, depicts a racehorse standing in a stable, unsigned. Has a tear to the paint on the lower right. Dimensions: Sight: 18 3/8 in. high x 23 3/8 in. wide. Overall: 27 3/4 in. high x 33 in. wide. Weight: 16.55 lbs.

            Fontaine's Auction Gallery
          • After Harry Hall (1814-1882) Two horse racing interest prints, Foig-A-Balla
            Sep. 05, 2019

            After Harry Hall (1814-1882) Two horse racing interest prints, Foig-A-Balla

            Est: £30 - £50

            After Harry Hall (1814-1882) Two horse racing interest prints, Foig-A-Ballagh and The Merry Monarch, both housed within maple frames, 57cm x 47cm, (2) - Stock Ref:2104-26

            Bishop & Miller Auctioneers
          • Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882) Van Tromp
            May. 01, 2019

            Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882) Van Tromp

            Est: £2,000 - £3,000

            Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882) Van Tromp signed and inscribed 'H.Hall/Newmarket' (mid right)oil on canvas36.5 x 49.5cm (14 3/8 x 19 1/2in).

            Bonhams
          • Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882) Cossack
            May. 01, 2019

            Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882) Cossack

            Est: £2,000 - £3,000

            Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882) Cossack signed, inscribed and dated 'Harry Hall/1847' (lower left)oil on canvas38.5 x 50cm (15 3/16 x 19 11/16in).

            Bonhams
          • HALL, HARRY
            Mar. 22, 2019

            HALL, HARRY

            Est: CHF2,000 - CHF3,000

            (Cambridge 1816–1882 Newmarket) Rennpferd und sein Jockey. 1866. Öl auf Leinwand. Unten rechts signiert und datiert. 49,3x60,8 cm. - Doubliert.

            Schuler Auktionen
          • Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882) "Ackworth", a thoroughbred racehorse signed and dated "Harry Hall 1865" lower right
            Mar. 06, 2019

            Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882) "Ackworth", a thoroughbred racehorse signed and dated "Harry Hall 1865" lower right

            Est: £4,000 - £6,000

            Harry Hall (British, 1815-1882) "Ackworth", a thoroughbred racehorse signed and dated "Harry Hall 1865" lower right oil on canvas h:69 w:90 cm Ackworth was a brown colt foaled in 1861 by Fazzoletto out of Consternation. He initially raced for a bookmaker named Harry Hill. Trained by John Day, he showed little form until running third in the 1864 Cesarewitch, after which he was sold for a lot of money (about 2,000 guineas) to the notorious Marquis of Hastings. On 25th October 1864, he beat 37 others in the Cambridgeshire and scored the Marquis' first major triumph, winning by a head at 13 to 1. The Hastings colours were Scarlet with a White hoop and cap and Ackworth was ridden by Tom Cannon. The horse won 6 races in 1865 but later lost his form, having been sold along with all the other horses owned by Hastings when he completely ran out of money. Hastings initially won a lot of money but within 4 years he lost his entire estate - over £100,000 due to the victory of Henry Chaplin's Hermit in the 1867 Derby. This has been the subject of numerous books as Hastings had eloped with Chaplin's fiancée Florence Paget. We are grateful to David Oldrey for his assistance with this catalogue entry.

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          • Harry Hall (British, 1814-1882), The Great Match
            Feb. 16, 2019

            Harry Hall (British, 1814-1882), The Great Match

            Est: $25 - $25,000

            Harry Hall (British, 1814-1882), The Great Match aquatint with extensive hand coloring, 1854, engraved by Charles Hunt, presented in a mahogany frame. DOA 31 1/4 x 50 1/4 in. This image documents the race between Flying Dutchman and Voltigeur at York in North Yorkshire, England, and it was referred to as "The Great Match." Flying Dutchman was the winner of the race. Private Collection, Durham, NC Additional high-resolution photos are available at LelandLittle.com

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