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Standing in the entrance to a farrier's shop are a group of figures, seen against the glow of the forge; the workshop is a rustic building with a wooden front wall and a red tiled roof. Standing outside, seen in profile from the near side, is a grey horse with a rope halter; behind the horse is a basket, shovel and stump of wood; crouching in before the horse's extended front leg is the farrier, with a red jacket worn under his apron.
oil on canvas
71.1 x 91.5 cm
transferred from the Royal Manchester Institution, 1882