Henry’s enthusiasm for hunting and racing inevitably led him to sketching, drawing and paintings all manner of sporting environments. He enjoys the atmosphere and variety of the racing scene but often chooses to portray the less obvious side of sporting life, and is particularly adept at illustrating the more everyday aspects of the world of the horse.
His work is well known for the intimate rendering of objects such as a jockey’s silks, hunter’s boots, whips and saddles. His subjects range from jockeys and racing to polo, fox hunting and fishing, dogs and other animals as well as garden and still life scenes.