A Normandy Horse, 1913

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Growing up on a farm on the island of Jersey, in the English Channel, Edmund Blampied developed a deep love of animals, especially horses. This simple, forthright rendering of a lone workhorse in a windswept Normandy pasture reveals his sympathy for these powerful, majestic animals he knew so well.

A Normandy Horse
Artist Life
1886 - 1966
Accession Number
(P. & D. Colnaghi and Co., Ltd., London, England and New York, New York); sold to MIA, 1966.
Catalogue Raisonne
C.D. 13
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