by Brett Lohn

This 20 by 16 inch oil painting was commissioned by the owner, as a portrait and record of her beloved horse. Close inspection of the canvas reveals how lifelike this painting really is and gives prime meaning to Brett’s philosophy of painting ‘what the eye feels’.

Brett brings real life to the horse’s eye in a piece of art that tempts the viewer to reach out and touch. From the velvety texture of his nose to the warmth of his neck, this bay looks as if he might turn his head at any moment. This really is a living, breathing example of Brett’s equestrian art.

Visit the ‘commissions’ page to discover more about owning a portrait of your horse.