James Hardy Jnr., (1832-1889) 

A popular Victorian artist, who lived in Bristol, jumped aboard the Balmoral bandwagon driven by Landseer, to produce many Scottish sporting scenes in which live animals, tended by ghillies, predominating over the dead bag. Both figures and landscape settings were painted well enough and bore such titles as On the Moors or Tying up the Game. 

Landscape -  SportingMilitaryContemporary Art

British 19th and early 20th century paintings and antiques for sale

e mail:  sales@anthonywoodd.com - 0131 558 9544


4 Dundas Street - Edinburgh - EH3 6HZ


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