Marquess of Rockingham by George Stubbs silk scarf
100% silk scarf exclusive design features a reproduction of the artwork The Marquess of Rockingham's Arabian Stallion (led by a Groom at Creswell Crags) by George Stubbs from the National Galleries of Scotland Collection. The scarf made in the United Kingdom, has a luxurious satin finish and has hand rolled edges.
This portrait was one of the twelve paintings commissioned from Stubbs by one of his most important and richest patrons, Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquess of Rockingham (1730-1782).
British artist George Stubbs became a skilled painter and engraver. He published a series of outstanding prints in 1766 depicting horses as a result of some detailed anatomical studies he made. His works focused on animals, mostly horses that were also presented as part of their owner’s portraits.
90 x 90cm
Dry clean only