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SIR JAMES JEBUSA SHANNON R.A., R.B.A., R.H.A. 1862-1923 Henry Vigne, "Master of the Epping Forest

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SIR JAMES JEBUSA SHANNON R.A., R.B.A., R.H.A. 1862-1923

Henry Vigne, "Master of the Epping Forest Harriers" 1887

Full length portrait, oil on canvas, framed H.230 x W.136cm

Provenance: Property of Patrick d'Olier Vigne, Great Great Grandson of John Vigne, first cousin of Henry Vigne. Painted in 1887 as reported by various art critics at the time and presented to Henry Vigne in 1890 as depicted in the title bar as a celebration of the 1889/90 hunting seasons.

Biography of the artist: Generally considered a collectors artist because of the waves he made during his career and his many accolades while studying at the South Kensington School (later to become the Royal College of Art), including the school's gold prize, which prompted two commissions from Queen Victoria. He wasn't a conventional artist, always trying new methods and never devoted to any one school or association. He lived and worked among a colony of artists at Wentworth Studios, Chelsea, along with La Thangue, Frank Brangwyn and William Llewellyn. These artistic friendships among the Royal Academy reformers were forged in the wake of the first New English Art Club exhibition at which Shannon showed in 1886. Shannon had received a number of favourable reviews throughout the early-to-mid 1880's, however, it was not until 1888 that Shannon truly arrived as an artist, mainly as a result of two paintings shown at the prestigious Grosvenor Gallery. The first was "Henry Vigne, Master of the Epping Forest Harriers 1887".

The portrait earned Shannon the status of hors concours when it was shown at the Paris Exposition Universelle in 1889.

As one critic proclaimed at the time, the picture confirms the report that a fresh candidate is about to dispute the profits of realistic portrait painting with Mr. Sargent, Mr. Herkomer [Hubert von Herkomer, 1849 - 1914], and Mr. Holl [Frank Holl, 1845 - 1888]".

James Jebusa Shannon was knighted in 1923 by King George V for his work for the arts.

SIR JAMES JEBUSA SHANNON R.A., R.B.A., R.H.A. 1862-1923

Henry Vigne, "Master of the Epping Forest Harriers" 1887

Full length portrait, oil on canvas, framed H.230 x W.136cm

Provenance: Property of Patrick d'Olier Vigne, Great Great Grandson of John Vigne, first cousin of Henry Vigne. Painted in 1887 as reported by various art critics at the time and presented to Henry Vigne in 1890 as depicted in the title bar as a celebration of the 1889/90 hunting seasons.

Biography of the artist: Generally considered a collectors artist because of the waves he made during his career and his many accolades while studying at the South Kensington School (later to become the Royal College of Art), including the school's gold prize, which prompted two commissions from Queen Victoria. He wasn't a conventional artist, always trying new methods and never devoted to any one school or association. He lived and worked among a colony of artists at Wentworth Studios, Chelsea, along with La Thangue, Frank Brangwyn and William Llewellyn. These artistic friendships among the Royal Academy reformers were forged in the wake of the first New English Art Club exhibition at which Shannon showed in 1886. Shannon had received a number of favourable reviews throughout the early-to-mid 1880's, however, it was not until 1888 that Shannon truly arrived as an artist, mainly as a result of two paintings shown at the prestigious Grosvenor Gallery. The first was "Henry Vigne, Master of the Epping Forest Harriers 1887".

The portrait earned Shannon the status of hors concours when it was shown at the Paris Exposition Universelle in 1889.

As one critic proclaimed at the time, the picture confirms the report that a fresh candidate is about to dispute the profits of realistic portrait painting with Mr. Sargent, Mr. Herkomer [Hubert von Herkomer, 1849 - 1914], and Mr. Holl [Frank Holl, 1845 - 1888]".

James Jebusa Shannon was knighted in 1923 by King George V for his work for the arts.

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Tags: Frank Brangwyn, Oil on Canvas, Oil painting, Portrait