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Pollard, James
Springing Them up to meet the Train and Just in time for the Coach to Hull

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Pollard, James Springing Them up to meet the Train and Just in time for the Coach to Hull
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Pollard, James

English, 1792-1867 Painter and etcher, son of Robert Pollard. His early career was spent in the shadow of his father, for whom he worked as an etcher of miscellaneous sporting subjects before establishing himself c. 1820 as a sporting painter in his own right. A typical example is Doncaster Races: Horses Starting for the St Leger (1831; Paul Mellon priv. col.). Following a commission from the King's Printseller, Edward Orme, for an inn signboard showing a coach and horses, Pollard began to specialize in coaching scenes.   Related Paintings of Pollard, James :. | The Last Mail Leaving Newcastle, July 5, 1847 | A Street Scene with Two Omnibuses | Springing Them up to meet the Train and Just in time for the Coach to Hull | A Meet Outside The Swan inn | The Royal Mail Coaches for the North Ieaving the Angel Islington |
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