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George Wright (1850-1942) was a British artist exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1892. He is known for painting superb horse portraits and depicting action, particularly of hunting and coaching, in a masterful way.

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George Wright (1850-1942) was born near Leeds. He was the brother of Gilbert Scott Wright and Louise Wright, a pioneer of fashion art. From 1925, he was under commission to Ackermanns and had exhibitions there and at the Grand Central Galleries. He is said to have hunted with the Old Surrey and Burstow. He exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1892. He is known for painting superb horse portraits and depicting action, particularly of hunting and coaching, in a masterful way. His work is strong and well finished. He was one of the best sporting painters of his time.