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Henry Bernard Chalon
(English, 1770 -1849 )

While known as a painter of horses, Chalon did many small-scale portraits of dogs. He studied at the Royal Academy and enjoyed success as a painter during his lifetime. In 1795 he was appointed animal painter to the Duchess of York and later to the Prince Regent and William IV. He had many important patrons, exhibiting almost two hundred paintings at the Royal Academy.


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