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EAL commissioned by Newbury Racecourse

EAL commissioned by Newbury Racecourse

Vineta Sayer MA, whose work is in constant demand from collectors, has been given a commission to paint a series of monochrome oil paintings by Newbury Racecourse which will hang in their new prestigious owners and trainers facility to be opened later in 2017.

 
Equestrian Art International provide Global Shipping Solutions

Equestrian Art International provide Global Shipping Solutions

Equestrian Art International have over 1350 customers in 37 countries and as well as Equestrian Art Ltd (EAL) in the UK we have agents in Dubai and the US.

 
Bonhams Auction feature work by EAL artist Elvira Pyrkova

Bonhams Auction feature work by EAL artist Elvira Pyrkova

Elvira Pyrkova is a Russian artist, now based in the UK, whom EAL have been representing since 2015. A work of hers entitled 'Ladies Day at Ascot' will be auctioned at Bonhams in their Russian sale, at New Bond St on June 7th with price estimates of between $10,000 - $13,000.

 
Royal Mail commissions Mike Heslop for new stamps

Royal Mail commissions Mike Heslop for new stamps

Mike Heslop, whom we have been representing for many years, was commissioned by the Royal Mail to paint a series of six pictures of famous racehorses for commenmorative postage stamps just released and available at post offices evereywhere.  featured above along with the legend himself is the Frankel stamp.

 
Cheltenham Festival 2017 update

Cheltenham Festival 2017 update

Our artists always excel at the two major Cheltenham meetings and the 2017 Festival meeting was no exception with sales up 25 per cent on 2016.

New customers represented two thirds of total sales with sales following the Festival also up by 60 per cent.  Sales from Germany, Poland and Ireland figuring  significantly in the total.

 
The London Exhibition 2016

The London Exhibition 2016

Equestrian Art International's London Exhibition held on the Chelsea Waterfront from 1st December to 4th December, was a great success.  Last held three years ago at the Menier Gallery on the South Bank, our 2016 exhibition showcased some sensational new works by our leading artists.

 
Exhbitions Supporting Charities in 2016

Exhibitions Supporting Charities in 2016

Equestrian Art UK were pleased and proud to have supported the fund-raising efforts of the following charities in 2016:

The Greatwood - which aids the rescue and retraining of retired racehorses.

The NSIF - which funds research into spinal injuries

The Essex and Suffolk Hunts

The Great Western Air Ambulance

 
The Perfect Gift?

The Perfect Gift?

Looking for that original gift for the racing enthusiast who has everything?  Well we just may have the perfect solution.  John Pinfold, a long term collector of EAI equestrian art is a celebrated historian, researcher and author of National Hunt racing and the Grand National in particular.  John saw his first Grand National in 1967 and has witnessed all but two runnings of the world's greatest

 
Cheltenham Festival 2016 Update

Cheltenham Festival 2016 Update

Equestrian Art International's performance at this year's Cheltenham Festival achieved a new record in terms of sales and prices for 13th consecutive year in a row.  This achievement was even more pleasing because of the upheaval and disruption caused by the re-development of the Cheltenham course in recent years, which has resulted in the Shopping Village becoming much more of a 'destination'

 
NSIF Annual Polo Day at Guards Windsor - 26th May

NSIF Annual Polo Day at Guards Windsor - 26th May

On Thursday 26th May, the Nicholls Spinal Injuries Fund (NSIF) will be holding their second annual polo fund raising day at Guards polo club Windsor.  The event will take place during the Cartier Queen's Cup, one of the most prestigious polo tornaments in the world.  Guests will have the chance to view some of the finest contemporary equestrian art from Equestrian Art International.  Featured a

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