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James Ware [1769-1859] was a painter and engraver. His career can be divided into two distinct periods, prior to 1803 when his greatest influence was his brother in law George Morland, and after 1803 when he admired the art of Peter Paul Rubens. He primarily painted horses within landscapes, and sought commissions from the wealthy for portraits of their favorite horses, hunting dogs, and children. From 1815-1821, Ward devoted much of his time to painting a gigantic work titled "Waterloo Allegory", which didn't receive much praise or financial reward, and the work has since been lost.

 




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1186-002N-TBG Grocery Tote | A Cart-horse

Grocery Tote | A Cart-horse

James Ware [1769-1859] was a painter and engraver. His career can be divided into two distinct periods, prior to 1803 when his greatest influence was his brother in law George Morland, and after 1803...
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1186-001N-TBG Grocery Tote | A Cossack Horse in a Landscape

Grocery Tote | A Cossack Horse in a Landscape

James Ware [1769-1859] was a painter and engraver. His career can be divided into two distinct periods, prior to 1803 when his greatest influence was his brother in law George Morland, and after 1803...
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1186-003N-TBG Grocery Tote | Hereford Bull with Sheep

Grocery Tote | Hereford Bull with Sheep

James Ware [1769-1859] was a painter and engraver. His career can be divided into two distinct periods, prior to 1803 when his greatest influence was his brother in law George Morland, and after 1803...
Price: $8.00

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