Chasse au Courre, Lady side saddle French hunting print by Francis C. Pub 1834. by Paris Chez Dance. Curiously it shows a lady riding side saddle and jumping a tree trunk. It is wondered if there is some significance in this. It was in 1834 that Jules Perrier invented the leaping head for the side saddle thus giving ladies a far more secure seat and enabling them to jump fences that few did before. Perhaps this was a lady trying out her new saddle and riding skills and maybe she was actually advertising the great new invention for Monsieur Perrier? Image area 19 x 25 cm Borders trimmed. Plus mount. Lovely quality print with great depth and strength to it.