Friday November 27, 2020

Object of Desire

An equestrian oil with an Irish connection is James Ward's splendid painting of Worthy.

25th May, 2013
James Ward's splendid painting of Worthy: priced at £145,000.

An equestrian oil with an Irish connection is James Ward's splendid painting of Worthy, a favourite hunter of William Wigram, MP for New Ross 1807-1832, Wexford Borough from 1820-1831, and director of the East India Company 1809-1854.

It is signed and dated 1820 and priced at £145,000.

Buy it from John Mitchell Fine Paintings, making their debut at Art Antiques London which takes place in Kensington Gardens from June 13 to 19, johnmitchell.net.

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