Marcellus Laroon the Younger

Two Gentlemen Going Shooting with a Dog and a Groom with Two Shooting Ponies


In Tate Britain

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Marcellus Laroon the Younger 1679–1772
Ink, watercolour and graphite on paper
Support: 496 × 335 mm
Presented by H. Reitlinger through the Art Fund 1922

Catalogue entry

N03624 Two Gentlemen Going Shooting, with a Dog and a Groom with Two Shooting Ponies 1771

Pen and brown ink over pencil, with some grey and brown wash, 475×329 (18 11/16×12 15/16), within ruled ink margins, overall size 496×333 (19 9/16×13 1/8)
Inscribed ‘Mar. Laroon. F. 1771’ b.r. within ruled margin
Presented by Captain Henry Scipio Reitlinger through the National Art-Collections Fund 1922
PROVENANCE ...; Henry Scipio Reitlinger by 1922
EXHIBITED Works of British Artists (1750–1850) on Loan from the Tate Gallery, City of Plymouth Museums and Art Galleries 1939 (12); Two Centuries of British Drawings from the Tate Gallery, CEMA tour 1944 (41); Aldeburgh and Tate Gallery 1967 (50)
LITERATURE NACF Report, 1922, 1923, repr. facing p.39; Raines 1966, p.136, no.69, pl.73

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Published in:
Elizabeth Einberg and Judy Egerton, The Age of Hogarth: British Painters Born 1675-1709, Tate Gallery Collections, II, London 1988


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