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THE MUNNINGS ART MUSEUM
Tagg's Island (detail), oil on canvas by Alfred James Munnings (1878–1959), photo credit: The Munnings Art Museum
Alfred Munnings is most well-known for painting horses; his depiction of them is always eloquent, and often vital and energetic. In this painting, Tagg’s Island, Munnings reveals another side to his artistry, both in subject and style, vividly setting it apart from the equestrian portraits that subsequently built his career. The picture was shown at the Royal Academy in 1920 and in later life, Munnings nostalgically wrote of it:
Where are all the jolly crew – friends of my bachelor life – who sat for it?
Jenny Hand, Director
The Munning's Art Museum is dedicated to Sir Alfred Munnings (1878–1959), his life and works. Each year a changing selection of 150 paintings and drawings from the museum's significant collection is hung throughout the rooms of Castle House, Munning's home from 1919 until his death.
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© the estate of Sir Alfred Munnings, Dedham, Essex. Photo credit: The Munnings Art Museum
A Barge on the Stour at Dedham
Alfred James Munnings (1878–1959)
A Bay Horse
A Bay Horse in a Landscape
A Bay Horse in a Stable
A Bay Horse near a Building
Photo credit: The Munnings Art Museum
A Bay Hunter
A Bay Racehorse by a Stable
A Bay Racehorse with a Groom
A Bay Racehorse with Jockey up, in Pink and White Striped Colours, in a Landscape
A Black Horse at Newmarket
A Chestnut Horse in a Landscape
A Chestnut Horse in a Landscape ('Happy Laughter')
A Chestnut Horse in a Stable
A Chestnut Racehorse Held by a Boy in a Landscape
A Chestnut Racehorse Painted at George Lambton's Yard, Newmarket
A Chestnut Racehorse with Jockey up in a Landscape
A Chestnut with Jockey up
A Cloud Study
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