JAMES BERENGER (1780 - 1831)
James Barenger was an English animal painter and illustrator. James started off painting landscapes but went on to paint horses, dogs and other animals, and hunting scenes. From the year 1807, at the age of 28, he exhibited at the Royal Academy in London. He was at this stage living with his father in Kentish Town, but later moved to Camden Town. He went on to exhibit 48 paintings at the Royal Academy and 8 at the British Institution.
Some paintings by Artist James Barenger include:
|Pointers going out with sportsmen||Claret, a hunter -1822|
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