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In the archway of a stone building stand two horses. Under the arch stands a large grey, with saddle and bridle, being held to rein by a woman dressed in a hat, blue jacket and skirt. To the side of the woman is a window with three pots of flowers, and there is ivy growing above the archway. In front of the grey is a chestnut horse, also saddled. It stoops to feed from a small bran tub held by a seated man on the right.
oil on canvas
127 x 106.7 cm
purchased from the executors of the estate of Sir Thomas Shipstone, 1941