This lovely re-strike engraving is one of 4 in a hunting series by the infamous John Frederick Herring, Sr (1795-1865)- the Meet, The Start, The run and The Death- whose greatest interest when he was young was drawing and painting horses. He added the Sr to his name when his up-and-coming son, John Frederick Herring Jr, started becoming a popular artist as well. Well-versed in the fox hunting world that was all the rage during this time period, this print is a true testament to his skill in portraying the hunting life. Handsome mistress on her white horse, riding side saddle with her lovely riding attire accompanied by handsome red-coated hunters. Hand-colored engraving print, engraved by J Harris S. C. Quentery and published in 1857 by E Gambart & Co, London, presented under glass with triple mats and a simple chestnut wood frame. Apologize for the reflective glass, it makes some of the pics looks washed - Excellent condition with the following notes: there are some age spots on the horse’s rump and some roughing of the print on the bottom right corner, please look at the photos carefully. The frame has small nicks from normal wear and tear, eye hook and wire hanger on back. Measures 29 ¼ x 25 ¼ inches.