‘Boys I think we go hunting’ Print


Dimensions (including border): W554m x L434mm

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Print from a painting by Orlando Norie of Major Aella Gage’s Squadron of the 14th Hussars joining in a hunt, 1891

The story behind this painting is that about 1890, Major Gage’s Sqaudron was called out from Manchester to quell a riot in Chester. The riot was quelled before they got there, but while hacking back, they chanced on a meeting of the Cheshire hounds. Ayala said “Boys, I think we go hunting.” He then galloped up to the Master with the classic remark ‘Morning Master – What’s the cap for a Squadron?”

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Weight 755 g
Dimensions 630 × 55 mm