Arabian Horse Art
Our selection of Arabian Art , or
Arabian gifts, created by a long time artist and
sculptor, begins below, with the Arab resin sculpture which was created because so many people requested of Patricia Crane that she sculpt an Arabian
that would actually capture the nobility, purity, and ancient characteristics that are still expressed by the individuals of this marvelous breed today.
This site area highlights the genre of Arabian art in its own right and is as
popular as the magnificent breed itself.
Just as magical today as throughout the centuries, this ancient horse
breed inspires an artist to create paintings, sculpture, or ceramics and
portray the breed in all art media The grace, elegance and timeless heritage of noble Arabian continues to enrich our lives both in the living horses and in the art world.
As a long time artist who has spent a life time in the stable, Patricia
took especial delight in creating this particular art bust.
The royalty of pure but ancient blood lines coupled with the steadfast
presence of innocence speaks clearly through the eyes and body gestures
of this Arabian -- such gifts and a living art form these horses offer
to their human
Dalla Luce is also available as a chestnut by special order
and requiring some time. Please email the artist
if chestnut is your choice.
1/5 scale resin sculpture.
Dalla Luce - $150 plus shipping
(Color is white)
Dalla Luce and Foal, as a set of two.
Buy both sculptures by this artist as a set, for $230.00 plus shipping.
To buy the foal only, please click here to visit the
page for the foal's shopping cart.
Sculpture of Arabian Horse gifts or as trophies or awards.
The purity of line of Classic Arabian Horses is
captured in this resin sculpture, created by the same
sculptor who has done life size bronze portraits for the Kentucky Horse Park.
This resin sculpture has been lovingly sculpted
and brings the alive presence of the Arabian to any interior room. Each resin
is also hand-painted - no quick commercial stains are used. The sides of
the base are slanted for easy attachment of engraved plates, in the event the
sculpture is used as a trophy or award. This sculpture looks absolutely
elegant in any room and on any piece of furniture! It is also signed by
The origins of the first Arabian Horses are not known to us
today, but there is no doubt at all that the Arabian is one of the oldest
breeds in the world and came into existence around 4,000 years ago!
Keeping this in mind, it should be no surprise that this ancient breed has
influenced many other types and breeds of horses during the centuries. The
Arabian has long been used to add quality and refinement, not to mention
stamina to other types and breeds as they developed. The genetic influence of
the Arabian is strong indeed.
Almost anyone in horses is familiar with the high forehead, dished face and
clean limbs of Arabian horses. The consistent stamina of the breed has long
been proven and it is so even today, as the Arabian and part Arabian are
dominant in endurance riding. The Arabian is found in most countries of the world and is popular in many riding disciplines other
than endurance riding. They are shown in many classes both English and
Western, from English Park classes to English pleasure, to cutting and reining, dressage, jumping and even Arabian racing, and in both open and breed shows. Arabian horses
excel in a wide variety of activities and have long been reputed to form
strong bonds of attachment to their owners or handlers.
characteristic dished face of the Arabian provides more than the
definition of beauty of line, as this dished facial shape also allows
the horse better frontal vision. If you think about it, a high central
ridge would lessen anyone's vision!
The Arabian also possesses a large eye, and again, other than beauty and
the appearance of kindness and intelligence we humans ascribe to Arabian
horses, a large eye set high on a wide forehead allows a greater lateral
vision and the ability to see things approaching from the rear sooner
than otherwise. Mother Nature provided, in the Arabian, a horse that
stands on its own merits but one that from the beginning of its origins
has improved the result of any outcross, and this genetic strength of
the Arabian is perhaps most famously acknowledged in the creation the
Thoroughbred horse in the 17th and 18th centuries. In some countries,
exceptional examples of the Arabian have been and are considered
Arabian art is only one reflection
of how beloved these horses are in most countries of the globe so it is no
wonder that art work and Arabian horse gifts highlighting this breed are produced by
artists and collected and treasured.
© All Photos and Sculpture Copyright 2000 - 2017, Patricia Crane.