Horse and Rider
Horses and humans in the same drawing, images of the partnership built up over thousands of years between equine and homosapien.
I remember reading somewhere, how nature developed the perfect animal for man to be able to ride. The horse is big enough to carry a man. Unlike most grass land prey animals, it has no horns to get in the way of a horse tack head piece. The formation of the teeth, in that there is a gap for a bit to sit in the mouth. Nature at her best, and fortunate for us.
A collection of Horse and Rider drawings, showing the relationship between man and horse.
‘Dressage No.1’ two young ladies getting ready to take part in a Dressage duo competition. This drawing is for sale for £40. The drawing is not mounted or framed. Please email me for details, and Postage and Packing.
‘Gentle Giant’ a drawing of a male rider on a Cob Shire cross. This drawing is for sale at £45, is not framed, but is mounted. Please email me for details, and Postage and Packing.
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