Match Between Duke Of Bolton's 
Brown Colt 'looby' And Lord Weymouth's 'conqueror' On 6th October, 1735 
At Newmarket, 4 Miles, 300 Guineas Oil Painting - James Seymour

Match Between Duke Of Bolton's Brown Colt 'looby' And Lord Weymouth's 'conqueror' On 6th October, 1735 At Newmarket, 4 Miles, 300 Guineas

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  • About Reproduction

    Discover the allure of art with our faithful reproduction of "Match Between Duke Of Bolton's Brown Colt 'looby' And Lord Weymouth's 'conqueror' On 6th October, 1735 At Newmarket, 4 Miles, 300 Guineas", originally brought to life by the talented James Seymour. Unlike posters or prints, our hand-painted oil painting breathes an unique sense of depth and texture into your space. Every detail, every stroke, and every texture is meticulously recreated, paying the perfect homage to James Seymour and his artistic vision.

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  • Painting Description

    James Seymour's painting "Match Between Duke Of Bolton's Brown Colt 'Looby' And Lord Weymouth's 'Conqueror' On 6th October, 1735 At Newmarket, 4 Miles, 300 Guineas" is a significant work that captures the essence of 18th-century British horse racing culture. Painted by the renowned equestrian artist James Seymour, this artwork is a vivid representation of a historic race that took place at Newmarket, one of the most prestigious horse racing venues in England.

    The painting meticulously details the competitive spirit and the grandeur associated with horse racing during this period. It features the Duke of Bolton's brown colt named 'Looby' and Lord Weymouth's horse 'Conqueror,' both of which were prominent racing horses of their time. The race, held on October 6th, 1735, was a four-mile contest with a substantial prize of 300 guineas, a considerable sum that underscores the high stakes and the elite nature of the sport.

    Seymour's work is celebrated for its dynamic composition and the lifelike portrayal of the horses in motion. The artist's keen eye for detail is evident in the depiction of the horses' musculature and the intensity of the race, capturing a moment of high tension and excitement. The background of the painting also provides a glimpse into the landscape of Newmarket, with its rolling fields and the presence of spectators, adding to the historical and cultural context of the scene.

    James Seymour (1702-1752) was one of the leading equestrian artists of his time, known for his ability to convey the power and grace of horses. His works are highly regarded for their accuracy and artistic merit, and they offer valuable insights into the sporting life of 18th-century Britain. This particular painting not only showcases Seymour's artistic talent but also serves as a historical document, preserving the memory of a notable event in the annals of British horse racing.

    In summary, "Match Between Duke Of Bolton's Brown Colt 'Looby' And Lord Weymouth's 'Conqueror' On 6th October, 1735 At Newmarket, 4 Miles, 300 Guineas" is a masterful work by James Seymour that encapsulates the excitement and prestige of 18th-century horse racing. Through its detailed and dynamic portrayal, the painting remains a significant piece of art that continues to be appreciated for both its aesthetic and historical value.

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