HENRY BERNARD CHALON (1770 - 1849)

Born in 1770, Henry Bernard Chalon was an English artist who specialised in the portraiture of animals and sporting paintings.

At the age of 25, Henry was appointed Animal Painter to the Duchess of York. Later in his career Henry Bernard Chalon extended his royal serving to paint for both Prince Regent and King William IV.

Some paintings by Artist Henry Chalon include:

Henry Chalon | 19th Century Horse Painting Henry Chalon | Naive Painting of Horse and Guard Henry Chalon | Naive Animal Painting
Jumping A Fence, With A Huntsman, In The Groundsof Spye Park, Wiltshire - 1815 An officer of the First Guard on horseback in a wooded landscape Portrait Of His Majesty's State Coach Horses - 1799

 

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