The Camden Town Group in Context

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Robert Bevan, Herbert Walter Bevan and the Kennelman with Hunting Dogs at Horsgate, Cuckfield, Sussex c.1880s

Robert Bevan, Herbert Walter Bevan and the Kennelman with Hunting Dogs at Horsgate, Cuckfield, Sussex c.1880s
Robert Bevan, Herbert Walter Bevan and the Kennelman with Hunting Dogs at Horsgate, Cuckfield, Sussex c.1880s
Photograph, black and white, on paper (photographer unknown)
115 x 177 mm
Inscribed by Robert A. Bevan 'RPB, HWB and Kennelman | with HWB's Harriers | at Horsgate' in pencil on back
Tate Archive TGA 9210/5/4
Robert Bevan was brought up in the village of Cuckfield in Sussex on the family estate, Horsgate. The Gothic Revival style house, which was commissioned by his father Richard Bevan, can be seen in the background of this photograph. Bevan was a keen huntsman in his youth and here he poses alongside his brother Herbert Walter Bevan (1867–1927), the kennelman and their pack of dogs. See also TGA 9210/3/6, TGA 9210/5/2 and TGA 9210/5/3.

Helena Bonett
July 2011

How to cite

Robert Bevan, Herbert Walter Bevan and the Kennelman with Hunting Dogs at Horsgate, Cuckfield, Sussex, c.1880s, in Helena Bonett, Ysanne Holt, Jennifer Mundy (eds.), The Camden Town Group in Context, Tate Research Publication, May 2012, https://www.tate.org.uk/art/research-publications/camden-town-group/robert-bevan-herbert-walter-bevan-and-the-kennelman-with-hunting-dogs-at-horsgate-r1104695, accessed 23 April 2019.