The stallions I worked with on this shoot in Devon are magnificent. Front on and in full flight, they are full of muscle and yet at the same time exude elegance. I can't think of another animal that manages this balance so well. Little wonder their aesthetics have been the focus of artists for centuries.

James Watt - the Scot who invented steam engines in the late 18 century - figured out a mathematical way to equate horses to engine power. Thus the term horsepower was invented. Looking at this image, I understand why he chose a horse.

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Standard: 52” x 56”

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The stallions I worked with on this shoot in Devon are magnificent. Front on and in full flight, they are full of muscle and yet at the same time exude elegance. I can't think of another animal that manages this balance so well. Little wonder their aesthetics have been the focus of artists for centuries.

James Watt - the Scot who invented steam engines in the late 18 century - figured out a mathematical way to equate horses to engine power. Thus the term horsepower was invented. Looking at this image, I understand why he chose a horse.

Available sizes (Framed size)

Large: 71” x 77”
Standard: 52” x 56”

Available editions

Large: Edition of 12
Standard: Edition of 12
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