Neigh Lad (Painting)

Clip clop, clip clop … and ‘whoa there’ for a groan at this latest painting title …

“Neigh Lad” our horse friend seems to be smiling despite the pun.

For sale via my website

neigh lad
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Acrylic on deep canvas approx 20cm x 20cm

He’s no race horse! Our rather round horsey friend surrounded by bright blue is ready to hang on your wall.

neigh lad - facing right

neigh lad - facing left

neigh lad - from below

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5 comments on “Neigh Lad (Painting)
  1. Mikki says:

    wow Rachel that’s one lardy horse – he’s lovely! Is he Owen-inspired?

  2. Ursula says:

    Well, Rachel, I don’t know how many mince pies you have had over Christmas period (OH MY GOD – I’ve just realised I am moving in wrong circles: I haven’t even had one! Will make up for this omission next time) but your happy and content horse either doesn’t know the archangel Gabriel has visited her or that she has had one bail of hay too many.

    It’s getting worse. Just realised that your horse is a ‘he’.

    U

  3. Gail says:

    He’s lovely – like the strong blue background too.

    Hope the new year is going well
    -Gail X

  4. jaynehowarth says:

    he’s a great horsey – has a very sanguine expression!

  5. All horses are a bit Owen inspired of course!

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Rachel Groves, Artist
Lichfield, Staffordshire, UK

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