Summary of Roan Carriage Horses and Dog
Oil on canvas painting of a pair of roan horses in front of a coach house with a Dalmatian dog. By CliftonThomson (1775-1828).
Two roan horses stand ready to be harnessed in front of a coach house, the doors to which are partly open. In the coach house a carriage is just visible. A dog stands in between the two horses and doves fly from a dovecote above.
Clifton Thomson (1775-1828) was a British born painter who predominantly painted equestrian scenes.
This painting is in the care of the Nottingham Castle Museum
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