Le Cheval Anglo-Normand


Title:
Le Cheval Anglo-Normand
Date:
C1907
Artist:
Otto Eerelman (1839-1926)
Image Size:
440mm x 590mm (17.32" x 23.23")
Condition:
In good condition.
Technique:
Lithograph printed in colour.
Price:

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$A 375
Stock Number:
ECTM 004 HOR (NITGY) (FLR)
Description:

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.

Biography:

Otto Eerelman (1839-1926) 

Otto Eerelman was a pupil of the Dutch artist Jan Hendrik Egenberger. He is best known for his superb horse portraits but his is also painted dogs. His popularity increased even further when he received a commission from the Dutch royal family. For more than 25 years Eerelman painted important moments in the life of Princess and later Queen Wilhelmina.

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