A Set of Four Hunting Scenes
Attributed to Francis Calcraft Turner
|Circa:||Early 19th Century|
Attributed to Francis Calcraft Turner (c.1782-1846) A set of four Early Nineteenth Century paintings, titled: 'Breaking Cover', 'Gone Away', 'Full Cry' and 'The End of the Hunt'. Each depicts the progress of a hunt. The paintings are attributed to Francis Calcraft Turner, who is believed to have been born in 1782. He was a regular huntsman with the Old Berkeley Hounds. Turner was also a member of the Society of British Artists and exhibited eleven works at the Royal Academy and twenty-three at the British Institution. The four paintings display the characteristics of Turner's work.