Original Equine Paintings and Drawings
» Most of Talbott’s equine work is commissioned, but new pieces are being created that will be featured on this website.
EQUINE ART: Original Oil Paintings
EQUINE ART: Original Watercolor Paintings
EQUINE ART: Original Graphite Drawings
Equine artist Eugenia Talbott grew up with horses - often riding them on the beaches near her home along the Mississippi Gulf Coast, the Canadian Rockies, and the hundreds of mountain trails that crisscross Montana - until her dream came true when she and her sons bought a farm in northern Mississippi and began raising Arabian horses. Her knowledge and love of horses extends to all equine subjects, Talbott striving to make the uniqueness of specific breeds her goal - a must before accepting any commissioned work. Talbott's keen eye and knowledge of horses come from years of experience, not often realized in novice equine artists who often are unfamiliar with the complexity of equine conformation. Only after years of painting and drawing horses does an artist like Talbott appear. Her work hangs around the globe: one of her hand painted room divider screens graces the entrance to the private polo club of H.R.H., the Crown Prince of Johar, Malaysia.
No matter what the scale, Talbott welcomes commissions and custom orders as well as sales of her original paintings, memorial portraits, hand painted room divider screens and painted furniture, graphite drawings and her selection of limited edition fine art equine prints. The artist also paints commissioned portraits of horse and rider.
Not only does Talbott capture a lasting memory of your horse, she offers customized note cards, often used to showcase a line of horses and cattle for farms large and small. Her realistic style rings true in her original oil and watercolor paintings, yet shares the stage with her equally impressive graphite drawings. Have your horse's spirit immortalized by Talbott's skillful paintings and drawings. Nothing speaks to the soul more than the swish of a tail, nod of a proud head and soft eye, and hooves caught in a dance as nostrils breathe the sky.