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Art prints & frames, handmade in England since 1982

Tristram Shandy - A Bay Racehorse held by a Groom in an Extensive Landscape, c.1760

Art print by George Stubbs #212052

About the artist


George Stubbs was born in Liverpool in 1724 and is one of the most celebrated equine artists of all time. With his remarkable ability to portray the anatomy, muscle structure and movement of the horse, his paintings would change the landscape of equestrian art for ever.

From this majestic collection we especially love the iconic Whistlejacket, which looks wonderful as a large stretched canvas for maximum impact.

George Stubbs
George Stubbs