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.
‘Girl and Horse’ This was a commission all the way from Australia. I really enjoyed working on ths drawing. Some drawings just seem to appear from the pencil with ease, and this was one of them. Very proud of this one.
‘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. Actually this is me, some years ago, on a gentle horse called ‘Paddy‘. His trot was just as fast as some smaller horses canters, as he was so big. Very slow canter, but like a big comfy chair. You could canter him with no stirups or reins. Not for sale, as part of our collection.
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