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      Horse Paintings For Sale

      Discover our collection of horse paintings for sale today. Explore the collection, starting with our popular range of realistic horse paintings before diving into expressionistic horse paintings. Shop today to find the perfect horse painting for your home, with a large variety of styles and subjects available.

      London-based artist Zil Hoque captures horses’ powerful movements with his dramatic use of light and shadow. Hoque’s work can alternate between seeing horses’ sense of calm and also their physical capacity. His Fulcrum series is a study of explosive movement, with horses rearing on their back legs. But his Arabian (Study) embodies tranquility, an ethereal reflection of horses together in a herd.

      Tou Toa's horse paintings also have ethereal elements. In his landscape Third Dartmoor, the silhouette of a horse emerges out of an idyllic landscape, where the borders between the dark hedges and the luminescent grass are blurred. The artist, who is interested in the gap between reality and unreality, sees horses as blended into the Dartmoor landscape, just as they have been blended into the history of painting.

      History of Horse Paintings

      Horses have been used in art for centuries to depict social or military status. But when George Stubbs began painting horses, he transformed the art form by expertly merging anatomical accuracy with the horse’s character and expression.

      His ability to translate animal emotion into painting was on full display in his series of paintings showing a horse hunted by a lion. The Lion and Horse theme preoccupied the artist for over thirty years, during which he developed at least 17 episodes of the attack. In one, he captures the horse frightened at the sight of a lion emerging from the shadows. In two others, the viewer sees the lion in having captured the horse – its teeth sunk into the creature's back while the horse is twisted in terror, wide-eyed, embodying both fear and hopelessness.

      At the same time, Stubbs was painting more sedate subjects for various aristocratic patrons. His Mare and Foals in a River Landscape is an iconic work, emblematic of horse paintings in this period. The years he spent studying horse anatomy was evident – from his mares’ sculpted muscles to his foal’s long, lanky legs.

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        Primary Yellow

        Paintings - 102x137 cm

        The Winner Number 2

        Paintings - 60x75 cmRent for $ 95/mo

        Primary Red

        Paintings - 102x137 cm

        Fuck Reality Light Box

        Paintings - 62x62 cmRent for $ 240/mo

        Shadow Play

        Paintings - 71x76 cmRent for $ 355/mo


        Paintings - 127x168 cm


        Paintings - 120x120 cmRent for $ 240/mo

        Fulcrum I

        Paintings - 150x110 cmRent for $ 185/mo

        Splash II

        Paintings - 127x158 cm

        White Horse

        Paintings - 100x210 cmRent for $ 285/mo

        Pegasus (study)

        Paintings - 54x74 cmRent for $ 90/mo

        Horse looking for Answers

        Paintings - 80x120 cmRent for $ 145/mo

        Lunar Horse

        Paintings - 73x93 cmRent for $ 195/mo

        Primary Blue

        Paintings - 102x137 cm


        Paintings - 50x50 cm

        Third Dartmoor

        Paintings - 21x30 cmRent for $ 50/mo

        Splash IV

        Paintings - 122x152 cm

        Up and Over

        Paintings - 80x40 cmRent for $ 245/mo

        Three Sisters

        Paintings - 40x50 cmRent for $ 140/mo

        Splash I

        Paintings - 117x147 cm

        Mother and foal

        Paintings - 100x80 cmRent for $ 185/mo

        5 Grey Heads

        Paintings - 40x80 cmRent for $ 265/mo