Equestrian art enthusiasts are spoilt for choice during November
A range of British sporting art from the 17th to the 20th century, including work by Sir Alfred Munnings, James Seymour, John Ferneley Snr and John Frederick Herring Snr is on show now at the Richard Green gallery in London.
The 68-piece show, which includes portrait, landscape and marine painting as well as sporting art, runs until 30 November.
Horses and hounds on show is the autumn travelling exhibition organised by Sally Mitchell Fine Arts. It includes a variety of paintings by several artists including the award-winning Malcolm Coward, whose delightful hunting, racing and country scenes will be for sale.
The Osbourne Studio Gallery will be featuring one of the country’s foremost painters of horses and racing, Jonathan Trowell. He captures not only the little events at a race meeting, but also the drama of the race.
British-born artist Susan Leyland is holding her first show in London, which will include 30 drawings, which are preliminaries to her sculptures.
Davina Owen, who is well known for her lively depictions of animals, including horses and hounds, is holding her first one-woman exhibition. Paintings of polo ponies, yearlings, Shires and hounds will be on display.
An auction of works by Snaffles (Charlie Johnston Payne) is being held at auctioneers Phillips Knowle in Solihull, West Midlands on 21 November. About 100 lots will go under the hammer this month. For details (tel: 01564 776151).