Wright, George

George Wright (1860-1942) was one of five siblings, three of which were painters. He is especially well known for his hunting and coaching scenes painted in a lively manner. Wright favoured the same colour palette over and over for his paintings. It is bright and gives the impression that a warm summer light is casting over his subject matter.

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A Stagecoach passing the Kings Arms

An oil on canvas painting of a stagecoach passing a public house with various onlookers. Painted by…


A Coach Passing the Kings Arms

A stagecoach passing a village inn at a trot. The guardsman is blowing a tune on a coach horn. Oil o…