This beautiful charcoal drawing is done on a gessoed wood panel. The reference photo was kindly shared by Karen Broemmelsick, who is an incredibly generous photographer. I was drawn to this because of the obvious colour opposites of the horses, but also taken with the gentle nuzzling of the two, showing the respect for each other and the expectant emotion that you can feel between them. It was a beautiful drawing to do, and I hope I have captured the emotion and respect that they shared.
It a stunning unmounted Fine Art Reproduction on Sihl Masterclass 320gsm textured 100% Cotton Rag fine art paper. This Cotton Rag has a high archival rating and is printed with 12 colour Canon Lucia EX pigment Inks and will last over 100 years without fading if displayed correctly. The image dimensions given are of the image only and does not include the 3 cm wide boarder surrounding it .
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