(1810 - 1850)
William Barraud was active/lived in United Kingdom. William Barraud is known for sporting scene and portrait painting, horses and dogs.
Biography William Barraud
The Barraud brothers, William and Henry, collaborated on a number of paintings, several of which were exhibited at the Royal Academy. William painted the horses and dogs, while Henry painted the figures and landscapes.
William Barraud began his professional life as a clerk in the where his father worked. That occupied him only a short time, and he left to study animal painting with Abraham Cooper. An animal painting exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1929 brought William commissions. In 1830, he produced a portrait group of John Warde, "The Father of Foxhunters", on his favorite hunter with his best hounds. Requests for similar paintings, like The Old Surrey and Burstow Foxhounds, were accepted jointly by William and Henry.
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