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18th Century Material Culture

Mounted Hunting

The 17th Century

Hare Hunting
by Jan Wyck, Dutch, active in Britain (from about 1664) c. 1690
(Yale Center for British Art)

Bifrons Park, Kent


by Jan Wyck c. 1695 - 1705
(Yale Center for British Art)

The 18th Century

The Earl of Rochester's House, New Park, Richmond, Surrey


by Unknown c. 1700 - 1705
(Yale Center for British Art)

^he Reverend Jemmet Browne at a meet of Toxhounds


by Peter Tillemans c. 1730 - 1732
(Yale Center for British Art)

Huntsman with Horse


by John Wootton 1732
(Yale Center for British Art)

Viscount Weymouth's Hunt: The Hon. John Spencer beside a Hunter held by a Young Boy
by John Wootton c. 1733 - 1736
(Tate)

Viscount Weymouth's Hunt: Two Hunt Servants on Hunters beside a Cottage


by John Wootton c. 1733 - 1736
(Tate)

Viscount Weymouth's Hunt: Two Hunt Servants on Hunters beside a Cottage


by John Wootton c. 1733 - 1736
(Tate)

Viscount Weymouth's Hunt: Thomas, 2nd Viscount Weymouth, with a Black Page and other Huntsmen
by John Wootton c. 1733 - 1736
(Tate)

Viscount Weymouth's Hunt: A Groom holding a Saddled Grey Hunter with Hounds and Terriers
by John Wootton c. 1733 - 1736
(Tate)

Viscount Weymouth's Hunt: Mr Jackson, the Hon. Henry Villiers and the Hon. Thomas Villiers,
by John Wootton c. 1733 - 1736
(Tate)

A Fox Hunt
by John Wootton 1735
(Yale Center for British Art)

The Death of the Hare


by John Wootton 1735
(Yale Center for British Art)

A Kill at Ashdown Park


by James Seymour 1743
(Tate)

George Henry Lee, 3rd Earl of Litchfield, and his Uncle the Hon. Robert Lee
by John Wootton c. 1744
(Tate)

Preparing for the Hunt


by John Wootton c. 1745
(Yale Center for British Art)

RIDING HABITS

Rievaulx Abbey
by John Wootton c. 1745
(Yale Center for British Art)

Lady Mary Churchill at the Death of the Hare


by John Wootton 1748
(Tate)

Foxhunting: The Kill


by John Wootton
(Yale Center for British Art)

The Meet
by John Wootton
(Yale Center for British Art)

The Meet: A Lady Rider Conversing with a Gentleman


by John Wootton
(Yale Center for British Art)

A Stag Hunt
by John Wootton
(Yale Center for British Art)

View from Richmond Hill, near the 'Star and Garter' tavern; view looking SW over Petersham Meadows and Ham Walks,
with the Thames in the distance, Southgate House and Montpellier Row
by John Wootton 1750
(The British Museum)

Mounted Hunter
by Thomas Burford 1752

Hunter & Dogs


by James Seymour Mid 18th Century
(The British Museum)

Starling, a hunter belonging to his Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland


Published by J.Gapper, Thomas Kitchin, after James Seymour c. 1752
(The British Museum)

by Thomas Burford after James Seymour c. 1753


(The British Museum)

by Thomas Burford after James Seymour c. 1753


(The British Museum)

Beating & trailing for a Hair


by Thomas Burford after James Seymour, London, 20th June, 1753
(Michael Finney Antique Prints)

THE DEATH
byThomas Burford after James Seymour, London, 16th September, 1764
(Michael Finney Antique Prints)

Going out in the MORNING


by Thomas Burford after James Seymour, London, 20th June, 1753
(Michael Finney Antique Prints)

Death of the Stag


by Andrew Lawrence 1753
(Yale Center for British Art)

Fox Hounds Going out in the Morning


Published by Thomas Bowles II, by Thomas Burford after James Seymour 1753
(The British Museum)

Death of the FOX


by Thomas Burford after James Seymour 1754
(The British Museum)

Going to Cover
by Thomas Burford after James Seymour 1754
(The British Museum)

Two of His Majestys Hunstmen with the Stag Hounds looking for the Slott of the Deer on Winsor Forrest
Published by John Bowles, by Richard Houston after James Seymour c. 1750 - 1765
(The British Museum)

THE DEATH OF THE FOX


by Robert Sayer after James Seymour
(The British Museum)

Ironsides a famous Hunter belonging to the Earl of Halifax, with his Lordship setting out for a Chace
Published by John Bowles, by Richard Houston after James Seymour c. 1736 - 1775
(The British Museum)

The Setting Dog and Partridges


by Thomas Burford after James Seymour 1754
(The British Museum)

Harriers Starting a Hare


by Thomas Burford after James Seymour 1757
(The British Museum)

Making a Cast at a FAULT


by Thomas Burford after James Seymour 1761
(The British Museum)

Going out in the Morning


by Rober Sayer after James Seymour c. 1760
(The British Museum)

The Death of the Hare


by Unknown c. 1760 - 1770
(Yale Center for British Art)

John Sidey and his Hounds at a Farmhouse near Hadleigh, Suolk,


by James Dunthorne 1765
(Yale Center for British Art)

Tom Conolly of Castletown Hunting with His Friends


by Robert Healy 1769
(Yale Center for British Art)

THE EARTHING OF THE FOX


by J. Boydell after J. Wootton 1770
(The British Museum)

THE DEATH OF THE FOX


by J. Boydell after J. Wootton 1770
(The British Museum)

COMING AT THE DEATH


by J. Boydell after J. Wootton 1770
(The British Museum)

RETURNING FROM THE CHASE


by J. Boydell after J. Wootton 1770
(The British Museum)

TWO HUNTERS.
by J. Boydell after J. Wootton 1770
(The British Museum)

A HUNTING PIECE
by John Boydell after John Wootton 1778
(The British Museum)

John Corbet, Sir Robert Leighton and John Kynaston with their Horses and Hounds
by Francis Sartorius c. 1779
(Yale Center for British Art)

A SOFT TUMBLE after a HARD RIDE


Printed by Bowles & Carver
(The British Museum)

The FEMALE FOX HUNTER


after John Collet 1780
(Lewis Walpole Library)

Sir Thomas Gascoigne and Sir Walter Vavasour with a Priest and Servants
c. 1785
(Leeds Museum & Galleries)

Harriers Starting a Hare


by James Seymour, engraved by Thomas Burford, printed by Robert Sayer 1787
(Donald A. Heald)

THE MAUSOLEUM OR THE FOXHUNTER FOXT


by Anonymous 1788
(The British Museum)

THE MAUSOLEUM OR THE FOXHUNTER FOXT


by Anonymous 1788
(The British Museum)

Hunting Horns

English Fruitwood Hunting Horn


18th Century

Hunting Horn - Jagdhorn in D


by Jacob Schmidt, Nuremberg c. 1680 - 1710
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Hunting Horn - Jagdhorn in G


by Jacob Schmidt, Nuremberg c. 1710 - 1720
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Austrian Hunting Horn (Vienna)


c. 1715
(Colonial Williamsburg)

Signal Hunting Horn


by Wolf Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nrnberg, 1754-1759
(National Music Museum)

Signal Hunting Horn


by Wolf Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nrnberg, 1754-1759
(National Music Museum)

Signal Hunting Horn


by Wolf Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nrnberg, 1754-1759
(National Music Museum)

Signal Hunting Horn


by Wolf Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nrnberg, 1754-1759
(National Music Museum)

Signal Hunting Horn


by Wolf Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nrnberg, 1754-1759
(National Music Museum)

Signal Hunting Horn


by Wolf Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nrnberg, 1754-1759
(National Music Museum)

Signal Hunting Horn


by Wolf Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nrnberg, 1754-1759
(National Music Museum)

Signal Hunting Horn


by Wolf Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nrnberg, 1754-1759
(National Music Museum)

Miscellaneous

Hunting Scene Punch Bowl


After Thomas Burford, After James Seymour
Worcester Porcelain Factory, England c. 1765 - 1770
(The British Museum)

Hunting Scene Punch Bowl


After Thomas Burford, After James Seymour
Worcester Porcelain Factory, England c. 1765 - 1770
(The British Museum)

Hunting Scene Punch Bowl


After Thomas Burford, After James Seymour
Worcester Porcelain Factory, England c. 1765 - 1770
(The British Museum)

Hunting Scene Punch Bowl


After Thomas Burford, After James Seymour
Worcester Porcelain Factory, England c. 1765 - 1770
(The British Museum)

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