About the National Gallery, George Stubbs Whistlejacket iBeani Tablet Stand:
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About George Stubbs' Whistlejacket Painting
Whistlejacket, a race horse foaled in 1749 was owned by the 2nd Marquess of Rockingham, a great patron of Stubbs. Whistlejacket's most famous victory was in a 4 mile race for 2000 guineas at York in August 1759, following which Stubbs painted this huge picture (292 x 246.4cm) in about 1762.
According to some writers of the period, the original intention was to commission an equestrian portrait of George III. However, it is more likely that Stubbs always intended to show the horse alone rearing up against a natural background.
More information and key facts of George Stubbs' Whistlejacket can be found on The National Gallery website
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