attr. John Ivester Lloyd (1873 – 1942)
Oil on board
20 x 36 cm
A huntsman and hounds pass through a dark wood.
Thomas Ivester Lloyd (1873 – 1942) was born in Liverpool. During the First World War, he served with the Remount Service, in common with many other equine artists. He was later commissioned into the Royal Artillery. From childhood he hunted, and he became Master of the Sherington Foot Beagles. As well as his equine portraits, he illustrated some books. The pony books he illustrated were all written by his son, John Ivester-Lloyd.
Condition: good; some craquelure.
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