Watercolor made with Chilean horse inks
2 works of 13 x 13 cm each
Acid free paper for longlasting whiteness
Watercolor Paper 160 lb.
Framing suggestion: With Glass to protect the paper and with mat to enhance the painting.
This work shows two horses painted in loose style, subtle, sketched.
The Chilean Horse is known as the «Corralero Horse». Perhaps one of the oldest in South America, its origin goes back to the horses that came with the Spaniards in the conquest. This race is extremely resistant, docile and disciplined. It is also very agile and medium in size. Distinctive is his head "acarnerada". The mane, both in the tail and in the tussa, is abundant, thick and wavy.