Horses, riders, carts and donkeys

By Toulouse-Lautrec - Lady and gentleman on a chariot running beside a collie

By Toulouse-Lautrec – Lady and gentleman on a chariot running beside a collie

By Picasso - Horse attacked. Sketch for 'Guernica' 1937 (Spanish Civil War)

By Picasso – Horse attacked. Sketch for ‘Guernica’ 1937 (Spanish Civil War)

By Rubens - Stallion

By Rubens – Stallion

By Bramer - Scene with horses and dogs

By Bramer – Scene with horses and dogs

By unknown ottoman artist of manuscripts - An arab horse being used for medicinal purposes

By unknown ottoman artist of manuscripts – An arab horse being used for medicinal purposes

By Holbein, H. the Elder - German emperor on horseback

By Holbein, H. the Elder – German emperor on horseback

By Degas -Study of a rider

By Degas -Study of a rider

By Stubbs - Ass

By Stubbs – Ass

By Rowlandson - A messenger of 18th century

By Rowlandson – A messenger of 18th century

By Serov, Valentin  - Untitled

By Serov, Valentin – Untitled

By Steuart Curry, J. - Studs

By Steuart Curry, J. – Studs

By Marc, Franz - Untitled

By Marc, Franz – Untitled

By Cox the Elder - Horseman in a landscape

By Cox the Elder – Horseman in a landscape

By Ward, James - Carriage of trunks

By Ward, James – Carriage of trunks

By Delacroix - Untitled

By Delacroix – Untitled

By unknown artist of the 16th century - Study of the proportions and anatomy of a horse

By unknown artist of the 16th century – Study of the proportions and anatomy of a horse

By Brueghel I, Jan - Winter landscape with travellers

By Brueghel I, Jan – Winter landscape with travellers

By unknown german artist of the 17th century - Draft horse

By unknown german artist of the 17th century – Draft horse

By Dufy - Horse racing in Normandie

By Dufy – Horse racing in Normandie

By Da Vinci - Study of the head of a horse

By Da Vinci – Study of the head of a horse

By Volterrano - Young and his steed

By Volterrano – Young and his steed

By Géricault - Caparisoned horse in front view

By Géricault – Caparisoned horse in front view

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  1. I had a childhood love of horses that never died. One of my little art students has taken on the challenge of drawing one of my Breyer’s – the Godolphin Arabian – it’s most difficult, but she’s giving it a go and I’m cheering her on (and instructing a little 🙂 ).
    My most favorite painting on the planet – since I was a child – is The Horse Fair – painted by phenom, Rosa Bonheur in 1853…
    Thanks for collecting and sharing these – you’ve given me an early Mother’s Day smile!
    AnnMarie
    Have a wonderful weekend

    • Hi AnnMarie, please, excuse my delay of my answer.
      You have been the real reason to remember Rosa Bonheur an artist example with an special personality in a century that it was still difficult for women.
      When I was at the Fine Arts high school, they taught me the work ‘The Horse Fair’. But I did not remember clearly till today. Now better than before, I am impressed for their movement, color and exuberance of that composition.
      I may be ignorant about the particular equestrian world, but I always have been amazed at the beauty, strength and sensitivity of this animal that has given so much to the history of mankind. It always evokes loyalty.
      I am happy for your comments and I’m glad that Sketchplanet could be under your wise gaze.
      Thank you very much ! See you soon and happy day.

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