John Frederick Herring I, 1795-1865, was a painter in Victorian England，who was considered one of England's great Sporting and Equestrian artists and patronized by the English aristocracy. Herring was appointed Animal Painter by a subsequent commission from the ruling Queen Victoria. He then broadened his subject matter by painting agricultural scenes and narrative pictures, as well as his better known sporting artworks of hunting, racing and shooting. John Frederick Herring Sr. paintings were exhibited at the Royal Academy, at the British Institution, etc. -- The Copyright of Scripts is Reserved by Toperfect.