Henry Bernard Chalon

British, Animal, 1770-1849

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The Earl of Shrewsbury's Groom Holding a Hunter
Henry Bernard Chalon
413 USD


The Reverend George Bower at the steps of Welham Hall, Yorkshire
Henry Bernard Chalon
576 USD

Quiz, After His Last Race
at Newmarket

Henry Bernard Chalon
472 USD

The Blacksmith's Shop
Henry Bernard Chalon
359 USD
 
A Spaniel in a Landscape
Henry Bernard Chalon
232 USD
 
A Favorite Pug
Henry Bernard Chalon
233 USD
 
A Favourite Pug Bitch
Henry Bernard Chalon
233 USD
 
A Pug Dog
Henry Bernard Chalon
232 USD

The Duchess of York's Spaniel
Henry Bernard Chalon
237 USD

Nettle
Henry Bernard Chalon
233 USD

Study of a King Charles Spaniel
Henry Bernard Chalon
238 USD

Earl of Darlington's Kennel
Henry Bernard Chalon
351 USD

An Emu, a Cape Barren Goose and a Magpie Goose, in a Landscape
Henry Bernard Chalon
236 USD

Three Monkeys at Play
Henry Bernard Chalon
243 USD


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Henry Bernard Chalon (1770–1849) was an English painter and lithographer. 

Son of the Dutch √©migr√© and engraver Jan Chalon (1749–95), Henry studied at the Royal Academy Schools and then started specializing in sporting and animal painting. He was appointed Animal Painter to Frederica, Duchess of York, in 1795, and later to both the Prince Regent and King William IV. Royal patronage also led to work for many other social prominent sporting enthusiasts but, despite exhibiting frequently at the Royal Academy, he never became a member of it. This may be because of a conservative trend in painting at this time, which favoured George Stubbs's measured style, which Chalon forever tried to imitate. He also drew lithographs for Philipp Andre's "Specimens of Polyautography" in 1804.

His one child, a daughter, was the miniaturist Maria A Chalon (Mrs Henry Moseley, c. 1800–67).

Source: Wikipedia