Our selection of hunting prints have mainly been produced by some of the leading artists in this field including Malcolm Coward who has won the president's medal at the Society of Equestrian Artist's exhibition in London on three occasions, Neil Cawthorne who has been known for his hunting prints for as long as I can remember and Fred Haycock who won the award for the best hunting paintings at the London S.E.A. exhibition this year. Malcolm spends much of his time following the Grove and Rufford in Nottinghamshire and his action pictures are stunning. Neil is better known as a follower in the shires and this is where most of his hunting prints come from, the places are usually recognisable to those who know the country. Fred Haycock's hunting print's are based on the Warwickshire packs where he too is a keen follower. There are several John King prints and he too was a keen hunting man. Johnathan Walker looks at the amusing side of hunting through his anthrpomorphic animals. His prints show Charlie taking a fence, or dressing his young son for a day's hunting, or showing signs of being a little the worse for wear after the night before. I am sure we can all identify characters that have inspired these prints which give a unique view of the hunting fraternity. There are also various hunting prints by John Trickett, Elizabeth Scrivener, Bob Farndon and Gillian Harris. There are a few earlier prints by Munning's and Michael Lyne and some interesting 19th Century photo gravures of foxhounds. We hope you will enjoy our selection and will also take a look at our greeting card section where there are a number of hunting images. We even have some hunting gift wrap!
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