Stubbs

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English historian noted for his constitutional history of medieval England (1825-1901)

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UNDER THE SKIN: George Stubbs, top right and his pounds 20m masterpiece above and another of his paintings below
Whistlejacket, by George Stubbs, is a highlight of the National Gallery's exhibition
The George Stubbs work, Stallion and Mare - failed to reach its reserve at auction
George Stubbs, portrait and animal painter (especially horses), was born in Liverpool1814 British troops under General Ross invaded Washingtonand set fire to the White House and the Capitol.
Works by Lucian Freud, Leonardo Da Vinci and George Stubbs are among the pieces which have been brought together at the Tate Gallery in London until February 28, 1999.
Mr Feather, who was born in Toxteth's Stanhope Street - which was also the birthplace of legendary racehorse artist George Stubbs - held down a myriad of jobs over the years including waiter, antique dealer, telephone operator, kitchen hand at the Adelphi and picture restorer to fund his passion for painting.
The famous horse painter George Stubbs came from Liverpool.
Dane O'Neill's effort on Victory Quest to keep Box Builder and George Stubbs at bay all the way up the straight really caught the eye
Polglase was happy with the rides his then-apprentice Fletcher gave Sconced at Musselburgh in July 2003 and George Stubbs at Lingfield six months later, but admitted to concerns over the running of Lizhar at Wolverhampton on December 22, 2003.
The oil painting, titled "A mare and foal with a bay horse", was painted by George Stubbs in 1771 and will go under the hammer at Christie's in London on December 5.
Nosing ahead inside the last, Zonergem put the race firmly to bed instantly and eased home by three and a half lengths from George Stubbs.
Mr Feather, who was born in Stanhope Street - also the birthplace of artist George Stubbs, held down a myriad of jobs over the years including waiter, antique dealer, kitchen hand at the Adelphi and picture restorer to fund his passion for painting.
She was descended from a long line of great horsemen and many of her forebears were painted by George Stubbs - indeed Cresswell Craggs at her home in Nottinghamshire was painted by Stubbs on numerous occasions and often used as a backdrop for his equine portraits.
Willie Musson's five-year-old is carrying a 6lb penalty for that success, but the manner in which he beat George Stubbs by two and a half lengths eased down suggests he can defy the weight.
He was one of the earliest patrons of George Stubbs, a frequent visitor to Goodwood, and as Master General of the Ordnance, he commissioned the first ordnance survey maps, still in use today.