"Mustang" Horse Portrait
Catch them if you can!
Born from Spanish ancestry and left behind hundreds of years ago by early explorers of the "New World", the stray horses of the western landscape known as "Mustangs" banded into wild herds and began their thriving legacy. Famous for their spirited, unbreakable temperament and physical stamina, Mustang populations have dwindled from a peak of 2 million to 25,000 currently roaming America.
Pre-trimmed to fit ANY 11"x14" picture frame!
Originally painted in watercolor and ink on tree skin paper, this prancing treasure has been recreated on 100 lb white stock as an 11"x14" open edition print. The black, grey and neutral color palette echoes stylish Old World equine art. Centered and pre-trimmed to fit any commonly available 11"x14" picture frame!
Shipped separately by mail tube.
Sold unframed only.