A portrait of a shy horse, with its
head halfway outside the frame. The gesso-and-wood frame was hand-finished by craftsmen using 17th-century Florentine techniques and hand-painted in off-white.
Drawing of a galloping white horse with purple
mane, tail, and legs against a yellow-orange background. Unsigned, estate stamp for Phillip Callahan on back. Callahan's bold abstract style earned him a place in exhibitions throughout New York, including the Museum ...
Large cast iron horse head trade sign, traditional
to French butcher shops. It has been fitted with a custom invisible hanging bracket. Found near Avignon. Wear and oxidation. No maker's mark.