Huskinson, Mark

  • “Left, Right, Left, Right” Watercolour on paper, 20 x 15 inches, 27 x 21 inches, Inscribed, Signed & Dated 1984 lower left| Provenance: Private Collection | Frost & Reed, London Sportsman's Edge LTD, New York
  • “Polo” Watercolour on paper, 9 x 16 inches, 16 x 23 inches, Inscribed Signed & Dated 1985 | Provenance: Private Collection | Frost & Reed, London Sportsman's Edge LTD, New York
  • “A Day with a Gun” Verse by Christopher Curtis, May 1984 ‘A day with the gun is for you good fun, Me – I sit or walk strictly to heel. So today, when birds fall, I’m having a ball And, I’m off for a jolly good meal.’ Watercolour on paper, 16 x 12 inches, 22 x 18 inches, Signed Inscribed & Dated 1984 | Provenance: Private Collection | Frost & Reed, London Sportsman's Edge LTD, New York
  • "The Vet's Inspection" A humourous swipe at the Equestrian world. MH001
  • "The Judges" Mark's unique sense of humour on Eventing. MH056
  • "That Touch of Class" Mark's unique sense of humour at the world of Fox Hunting. MH034
  • "Evolution 2" Mark's unique sense of humour at the world of Fox Hunting. MH036
  • "Evolution 1" Mark's unique sense of humour at the world of Fox Hunting. MH035
  • "Give The Lads A Lead" Mark's unique sense of humour at the world of Fox Hunting. MH038
  • "Pissed, But In Control" Mark's unique sense of humour. MH054
  • "Le Concours de Elegance" Mark's unique sense of humour. MH052
  • "What A Great Scenting Day" Lady riding side saddle meets a gent out hunting. MH038
  • "A Taste of Honey" Lady's bare bottom being nipped at by her 'oss. MH081

British Contemporary

Most of Mark’s work now depicts his piquant sense of humour and a lifetime spent on the sporting and playing fields around the world. He has had a number of one-man shows and exhibitions in England and in America. He also exhibits at the premier equestrian related events in England during the summer and has established a specialist network of dealers and agents.

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Sporting Equestrian Caricatures
Shooting and Fishing Caricatures

There are eight of his line drawings in the Royal Collection. However, the most important collection of his work is held by the Duke of Bedford who has acquired some sixty of his originals over two decades, many of which adorn the loos of Woburn Abbey. It can be said that what Michelangelo did for the Sistine Chapel, Mark has done for the Loos of Britain & America!

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