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Dungannon, the property of Colonel O'Kelly, painted in a paddock with a sheep...
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The Human Skeleton, anterior view, from the series 'A Comparative Anatomical ...
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Tiger: Lateral View, Partially Dissected, from the series 'A Comparative Anat...
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G.Stubbs, Ein gesattelter Bay Hunter
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Lateral View of a Tiger Skeleton, finished study for Table IV of 'A Comparati...
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"Eclipse", a Dark Chestnut Racehorse held by a Groom, with a Jockey, Possibly...
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Assheton, 1. Viscount Curzon, mit seiner Stute Maria
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Study of the Human Figure, Anterior View, from A Comparative Anatomical Expos...
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Drawing of Duke of Richmond's Second Bull Moose
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Lord Torrington's Hunt Servants setting out from Southill, Bedfordshire, c.17...
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The Marquess of Rockingham's Scrub, with John Singleton up, 1762
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The Duke of Ancaster's bay stallion Blank, held by a groom, c.1762-5
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The Duke of Ancaster's bay stallion Spectator, held by a groom, c.1762-5
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Human Skeleton: Lateral view in Crouching Posture, from the series 'A Compara...
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Fowl: Lateral View, Deeply Disecting, from the series 'A Comparative Anatomic...
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Human Skeleton, Lateral View seen from the Left, Running, illustration from '...
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George Stubbs

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The English animal painter and draughtsman George Stubbs was born in Liverpool in 1724. His father worked as a leather tanner and leather merchant. So the boy came into contact with various animal products at an early age. At first he worked in his father's tannery until his death. But George was more and more attracted to a completely different occupation, painting and drawing. Therefore he wanted to be trained by a painter and engraver in these artistic fields. After some time, however, this seemed to be insufficient for George and he left the instructor.

George Stubbs was firmly convinced that he could teach himself everything necessary with a lot of hard work and persistence. So he began to make portraits according to the wishes of his clients. Eventually, the 21-year-old decided to pursue specific anatomical studies. Anatomy fascinated him from childhood on. Perhaps this had its origins in the practical experience in his father's tannery. That's why George Stubbs left for York and studied at County Hospital for several years. Here he was able to devote himself to human anatomy and gain a lot of experience for painting. In the course of the next few years he was even able to work as a lecturer for human and animal anatomy in York due to his outstanding achievements. Several published scientific books bear witness to his extensive knowledge in the field of anatomy. George Stubbs made the plates for his books himself, as he also had the necessary knowledge as an engraver. The animal painter was not afraid to dissect horses for slaughter in a rented barn in Horkstow in order to examine their anatomy thoroughly. This finally enabled him to create the truly lifelike horse paintings.

In the noble circles of the time, George Stubbs was known for his precise drawings of animals, especially horses. The orders of his well-heeled customers ensured him a very good income. The special thing about his paintings is that he did not simply depict the animals in a simple pose, but drew them in detail with their peculiarities and often in a sequence of movements. George Stubbs painted not only noble horses, but also dogs, oxen, fighting bulls and lions, always matching the surrounding landscape. George Stubbs became very famous as an animal painter, especially through the "painting of a rising horse" at a parade ("Whistlejacket"). He created this painting in 1760, commissioned by the Prime Minister Charles Watson-Wentworth. © Meisterdrucke




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1762 | Oil on canvas

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1790 | Oil on canvas

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Dungannon, the property of Colon...
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1761 | Oil on canvas

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1799 | Oil on panel

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1799 | Oil on panel

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1755 | Oil on canvas

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1762 | Oil on canvas

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The Human Skeleton, anterior vie...
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Tiger: Lateral View, Partially D...
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G.Stubbs, Ein gesattelter Bay Hu...
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G.Stubbs, Ein gesattelter Bay Hu...
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1771 | Oil on canvas

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Lateral View of a Tiger Skeleton...
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1780 | Oil on panel

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George Stubbs
"Eclipse", a Dark Chestnut Raceh...
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George Stubbs
Assheton, 1. Viscount Curzon, mi...
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Assheton, 1. Viscount Curzon, mi...
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George Stubbs
Study of the Human Figure, Anter...
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Study of the Human Figure, Anter...
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George Stubbs
 
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Drawing of Duke of Richmond's Se...
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Lord Torrington's Hunt Servants ...
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The Marquess of Rockingham's Scr...
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1774 | Oil on canvas

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The Duke of Ancaster's bay stall...
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1769 | Oil on canvas

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The Duke of Ancaster's bay stall...
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1792 | Oil on canvas

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Miss Ann White's Kitten, 1790
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Miss Ann White's Kitten, 1790
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George Stubbs
Human Skeleton: Lateral view in ...
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George Stubbs
 
1794 | etching

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George Stubbs
Fowl: Lateral View, Deeply Disec...
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George Stubbs
Human Skeleton, Lateral View see...
Undated | graphite on thin wove paper

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1765 | Oil on canvas

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1796 | Oil on canvas

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1762 | Oil on canvas

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1769 | Oil on canvas

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