A view of the interior of a riding-school: A number of men riding round in a circle; those in the foreground ride from right to left, those in the background from left to right. The riding-master stands in the centre, pointing with hand and cane, and grinning at a short fat man in a clerical wig who is running across the room, alarmed at the horses. A short obese man in back-view on the extreme right, who is about to mount his horse has been identified as Captain Grose. Next him is a man with a grotesque impression of alarm riding a plunging horse. Among the riders are two with clerical wigs. One horse is galloping, out of control, the others are quietly ambling round. Two sides of a high rectangular room or hall are visible; in each wall are two high arch-topped windows.
- Printmaker: Bretherton, James, approximately 1730-1806, printmaker.
- Title: A riding-house [graphic] / Mr. Bunbury del. ; Js. Bretherton f.
- Publication: [London] : Published by Js. Bretherton, 15 Feby. 1780.
Acquired November 2019