18-19th Century Equine and Equestrian Art
(above: William Hahn, Horses
Grazing, Berkeley, 1875, oil on canvas, 20 x 34.2 inches, California
Historical Society given by Anthony R. White and Suzanne Crocker-White.
Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons*)
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Articles and essays from Resource Library in chronological order:
Hoofbeats and Heartbeats: the Horse in American Art (9/14/10)
By Hook, Horse or Hound: Sporting Art at the Shelburne Museum (5/12/99)
From other websites:
Horse Power: American Weathervanes From a Distinguished New England Collection is a 2019 exhibit at the Colby College Museum of Art which says: "A popular subject in art and the wider visual culture, horses were commonly depicted in weathervane form. This installation explores some of the different varieties of nineteenth-century American horse weathervanes and their historical significances." Audited 4/20
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