Hunting Watercolour by Basil Nightingale (1864-1940)


Hunting Watercolour  "A Critical Moment" by Basil Nightingale 1864-1940

Watercolour: 14' x 21" Framed size: 26" x 31"

Basil Nightingale (1864-1940) was a sporting painter in both oil, pastel and watercolour. He worked near Melton Mowbray for some time, where he painted the famous portrait of ‘Tom Firr’ huntsman to The Quorn on his horse ‘Whitelegs.’ In 1902 he moved to Leamington in Warwickshire.

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