Appaloosa the Spotted Horse in Art and History
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pub 1963, HB cover vvg, 1st Ed, 11.5″ x 83/4″ (28.5 x 21.5cm) 100 pp plus Bibliography, black and white and colour illustrations throughout, dj IS VERY TATTY ALONG THE SPINE, This is an exciting pictorial record of the spotted horse in many cultures and through many centuries, with an accompanying text narrating the dramatic history of this distinctive strain in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Vividly descriptive text has been provided by Francis Haines of Monmouth, Oregon, historian of the Appaloosa Horse Club. “Not all spotted horses … are Appaloosas,” Dr Haines observes. Appaloosas are shown, in the sixty five superb illustrations accompanying the text – reproductions of items in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum, National Museum of Greece, British museum, Smithsonian Institution, Whitney Gallery of Western Art, Amon Carter Museum, and many other museums, libraries and individuals.
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