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Artists who influenced John Ferneley
John E. Ferneley, was an English painter who specialised in portraying sporting horses and hunting scenes. Although his rendition of horses was stylised, he is regarded as one of the great British equine artists, second perhaps only to George Stubbs. At first apprenticed until 1801 to his father, who was a master wheelwright, he was encouraged to take up painting by John Manners, 5th Duke of Rutla ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by John Ferneley

George Stubbs

Velocipede, Chestnut Racehorse

(Clark Art Institute)

Francis Grant

Benjamin Marshall

Hunt in Full Cry
(Denver Art Museum)

Major Healey Riding with Sedgefield Hunt
(Tate Gallery)
Two Hunters with Dog

Bay Nunter in Wooded Landscape
Lord Lismore with Horse and Dog

Gray Hunter in Landscape