April 11, 2012 · By Jon Townsend
James Ward, 1769-1859 from the Yale Center for British Art
Detail: horse, tack, dog, tin pitcher, runlet, baby, crops, cloth cap, workers, shoes, great coat, hat, shirt, fichu, mitts, straw hat.
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