"Pair Of Engravings By Jazet After Carle Vernet."Entitled for one "Horse going to the merry-go-round" and for the other "Horse arriving from hunting" this pair of very large engravings are aquatints, they were made by Jean Pierre Jazet after two works by Carle Vernet, two illustrious artists, one is a great specialist in horse representations and the other, a pupil of Debucourt, is one of the greatest engravers of the 19th century. Jean Pierre Jazet 1788-1871 is raised by Debucourt who is his uncle by marriage, the latter teaches him his art, He perfectly masters the various techniques, etching, burin or even aquatint. He exhibited from 1817 and quickly gained great notoriety, he engraved the works of many painters, among them were David, Gros, Bellangé or Carle Vernet, he exhibited at the salon until 1865. He produced many aquatints, process which he brings to a point of remarkable perfection, and was long considered as the greatest French engraver. He was awarded a second class medal in 1819 and decorated with the Legion of Honor in 1846. Antoine Charles Horace Vernet known as Carle Vernet 1758-1836 is a genre and horse painter, a pupil of his father Joseph Vernet and Nicolas Bernard Lépicié. He painted genre scenes and battles, dealt with lighter subjects by making portraits of wonderful and incredible, hunting scenes, but more than anything he devoted himself to the representation of horses he loved passionately . They are highlighted in a very beautiful beige velvet paper frame harmonized with the engravings, the modern stick is like the pitchpin frames used at the time for this kind of aquatint. Although they are hidden behind the master key, the margins are fully present. XIXth century. Frame dimensions 84 cm x 100 cm, view 51 cm x 66 cm.