Collections: Items Tagged "Equestrian"

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During the reign of Amunhotep III, light blue was the most popular color in the artist's palette; it may have been the King's favorite color...

Hiroshige's One Hundred Famous Views of Edo

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    Found 24 Items Tagged "Equestrian"


    Battle of KarbalaSaddle OrnamentsDon Manuel Romero de Terreros y Villar-VillamilHousepost, One of PairDoor (Ilekun)Figure of Shango on HorsebackPony RideHousepost, One of PairRelief Representation of Men with HorsesMale Figure Riding Horse, One of PairPortrait of Thakur Sangram SinghThe Equestrienne (LAmazone)Portrait of a Woman in BlackHorses and Mounted GroomEquestrianIllustration for Ariostos "Orlando Furioso": Orlando Leaves Paris in DisguiseLeaf from a Dispersed Jain Manuscript of the Kalakacharya-kathaMrs. Lona Barrison avec son manager et epoux, from La Rire
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