WILLIAM BARRAUD (1810 - 1850)
William Barraud was an English animal painter and illustrator, the brother of Henry Barraud, with whom he collaborated on many works. As an animal artist he specialised in painting horses and dogs, exhibiting at the Royal Academy from 1829-50, the British Institution from 1828-49, the Society of British Artists and at other venues. His work was popular with huntsman and dog-fanciers. He also produced some historical and landscape paintings.
Some paintings by Artist William Barraud include:
|Portrait of a saddle black hunter with a sheep dog in a stable -1837|
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