'The Merry Beaglers'
Date: 2017-04-27 10:59:11
Period: Nineteenth Century
Height: 23.25" / Width: 30" /
'The Reverend Philip Honeywood and his Beagles at Mark's Hall in Essex, with Mr Richard Lumley, Viscount Galway, Mr G S Foljambe'.
By B.J. Harris after Harry Hall (1814-1882)
The beagles in the present picture were considered the most perfect pack in England. They were sold to the Prince Consort for a large sum. They stood about 14in high and were incredibly fast. The uniform for the Hunt Staff was black velveteen jackets and white cord trousers.
Displayed in a contemporary ebonised and gilded picture frame.