Watercolour of Lance Practise

Watercolour of Lance Practise

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81747

A small watercolour of a sergeant of the 17th Lancers training. He looks to be tent pegging, a game developed by the cavalry regiments whereby they had to collect a tent peg on their lance. It required a high degree of accuracy and so offered good practise. Although lacking detail, the picture is well drawn. Framed in maple. Circa 1900.
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Dimensions:

Height 10 cm / 3 "
Width 13 cm / 5 14"
Year

Circa 1900

Medium

Watercolour

Country

England

Condition

Good. Re-framed.

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