This striking equestrian art print depicts a pair of racehorses working on an overcast morning, on the Summer Canter of Newmarket Heath. Originally painted in oil on canvas, this painting captures the spirit of enjoyment and competition between two thoroughbreds exercising on the gallops.
Bay and Grey racehorses duelling on the gallops at Newmarket Heath. Limited Edition Print
Composed on the Ards Peninsula, on the northeast coast of Ireland, the painting reproduced in this limited edition print is a testimony to Brett’s observation skills and his ability to render paint ‘as the eye feels’.
Cares Cast is a striking limited edition print and is the fifth painting in the ‘Tuiscint’ collection. Brett has used his skills of observation to powerful effect in producing this rich and colourful Giclee.
In this limited edition print we see the two figures together for the first time. The waves of grass mimic the motion of a heavy sea, however the figure in green seems to glide effortlessly through the stormy terrain.
Dark clouds clear as the sun’s fading embers spread their fingers across the evening sky above Epsom Downs Racecourse. In the distance the closing race reaches its thrilling conclusion before the thronging stands. The flags above the Princess and Queen’s stands are taut with the blustery evening breeze.
This limited edition print captures the feeling of being stood on the gallops on an early spring morning, watching racehorses in training. You can almost hear the thundering of hooves and the snorting of the horses as they gallop by.
In this limited edition fine art print we are able to witness the exhilaration and drama of the early stages of a race, as the settling field approaches the viewer in a wall of motion, like a tidal wave of galloping muscle and excitement.
This fine art print of Newmarket Heath depicts a pair of thoroughbreds working on the Summer Canter in the early morning sun. The dramatic sunlight highlights every muscle detail on these majestic animals, as they pass near to the grandstand on the Rowley Mile course.