Rare painting, depicting the racing horse ´Cheers´ the winner of the Eclipse Stakes 1902 and her famous trainer W.Goodwin.. To the painting comes with the cutting from the time magazine "Racing World" relating to the trainer W.Goodwin. The painting is signed and dated 1903 and was executed by good listed British horse painter Alfred Grenfell Haigh (1870-1963). Source : "Alfred Grenfell Haigh, 1870-1963" by Daniel Haigh, British Sporting Art Trust, 1982. His works situated in the Horseracing Museum, Newmarket, Suffolk, UK. For other famous horse paintings by the same author see following link:
Literature: "Alfred Grenfell Haigh, 1870-1963" by Daniel Haigh, British Sporting Art Trust, 1982.
Inscription: signed, inscrabed and dated "A.G.Haigh, Newmarket,1903" lower left. titled with the name of horse "Cheers" lower right.
Technique: oil on canvas. Luxuriousy antique gold-plated frame.
Measurements: unframed w 24 1/2" x h 20 " (62 x 51 cm ), framed 33 7/8 " x 29 1/2 " ( 86 x 75 cm ).
Condition: in very good condition, original canvas..