Stunning large portrait of Anglo-Norman horse. The lithographs were printed on textured paper to look like oil paintings.
The Anglo-Norman horse was a warmblood horse breed from the old province of Normandy in northern France. It was developed from local Norman mares crossed with Thoroughbred horses and other breeds. The Anglo-Norman in turn contributed to the development of many breeds throughout Europe. In 1958, the Anglo-Norman was combined with other French types to create the Selle Francais or French saddle horse.
From, L'espèce chevaline à travers le monde.