143952 Labour of Love

Labour of Love

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There is no bond quite like man and horse. The relationship takes work, commitment and love. The man that works with horses is often tireless and relentless in his passion. The farrier is no exception. The heat of the kiln, the back breaking work and the trust between himself and the horse. Labour of Love depicts farrier and horse secure in their own world, created by the mesh screen whilst the sunlight plays on the horses back. The true labour of love. Giclee printed on art paper for excellent colour intensity.Limited print run of 200. All prints are signed and numbered on the front
W 10.00" x H 10.75"
W 25.40 cm x H 27.31 cm
Matt Board
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About the Artist

I am an independent freelance artist specialising in coloured pencil art (including ink and watercolour pencils) Trained at Falmouth School of art. I specialise in coloured pencil, acrylic and gouache and have special interest in the natural world around us. I am a Brand Ambassador for Derwent...

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