Harry Hall

(British, 1814-1882)

Exceedingly accurate in his portraits of horses, Hall was employed much as a present-day photographer, rendering life-like images. He lived mostly in Newmarket but also did some work in London. Hall was extremely industrious, and much of his work was engraved and published. Turf historians rely on the validity of his work for conformational analysis of historic Thoroughbreds.


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