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Candida von Braun | Featured Artist in Elite Equestrian Magazine

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Edwina Sandys | New Additions

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Edwina Sandys “Prancing Tulips”

“Prancing Tulips” Limited Edition on canvas, Artist’s Proof Edition of 45, 30 x 40 inches, Signed & Dated 2003

Edwina Sandys “Dancing Tulips”

“Dancing Tulips” Limited Edition on canvas, Edition: 2/45, 40 x 30 inches, Signed & Dated 2003

Tsolmon Damba | New Artist Addition

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Born in Darkhan City of Northern Mongolia in 1970, Tsolmon Damba studied Monumental Art at the College of Fine Art in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Upon graduation he taught Studio Art at the College for two years. He has had a number of live demonstrations at the Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery of Art, the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery and the Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. As recognition for the universal appeal for his art, Tsolmon was chosen to paint a mural for the Mark Twain House & Museum in Hartford, Connecticut. Not only is he remarkably original in his ideas, all of his artworks are original – he makes no reproductions.

Tsolmon Damba “On The Way Home”

“On The Way Home” Watercolour on paper, 40 x 31 inches, Signed & Stamped

Tsolmon Damba “Genghis Kahn”

“Genghis Kahn” Ink on paper, 27 x 33 inches, Inscribed, Signed & Stamped

Jeremy Rugge-Price | New Additions

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Jeremy Rugge-Price “Forever and a Day”

“Forever and a Day” Oil on board, 18 x 24 inches, Signed

Jeremy Rugge-Price “Pilot Cutter”

“Pilot Cutter” Oil on panel, 18 x 24 inches, Signed

Jeremy Rugge-Price “Across the Valley”

“Across the Valley” Oil on canvas, 6 x 12 inches, Signed lower right

“Wind and the Arabian Stallion II” by Elizabeth Guarisco

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Elizabeth Guarisco, American Contemporary
Wind and the Arabian Stallon II
Bronze on revolving walnut base
Edition: 21/24
11.25 x 10.5 x 8 inches
Signed: E. Guarisco
Provenance: The Artist

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Astrid Harrisson | Behind the Photogravure Etchings Collection

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Astrid Harrisson “Poetry in Motion”

“Poetry in Motion”

Astrid’s series of Photogravure Etchings has been realised through the kind support of Her Highness Shaikha Hissa bint Sultan bin Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, who graciously lends her Patronage to the collection.

Shaikha Hissa is a breeder of Arabian horses and introduced the Arabian Sport Horse Championship in Abu Dhabi to increase opportunities for Arabian horses in the UAE. She shares with Astrid an abiding love for the horse and has been a keen supporter of Astrid’s since they first met in 2010.

“Astrid’s skill lies in her ability to capture the exterior physical beauty as well as the ethereal inner beauty of the horse through the artistry of her images” Shaikha Hissa observed. Shaikha Hissa recognizes Astrid’s rare and remarkable talent to capture the spirit and beauty of horses and is proud to put this collection at the forefront of her artistic Patronage.

The combination of digital photography and modern technology with the traditional precision of photogravure creates an apt medium with which to capture the images that Astrid has compassionately composed, and emphasizes the limitless horizons of the natural world.

The collection has taken almost five years to realize, and is set to launch in 2016.

Shaikha Hissa holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies and Literature from Zayed University, was awarded the Zayed Award for her academic achievements within her college, and represented the United Arab Emirates at the Global Young Leaders Conference in Washington DC and New York City.

Vicky Moon | The Stylish Life: Equestrian

Writer and photographer Vicky Moon has chronicled the lives of the rich, the not-so-rich, the famous, and the not-so-famous for more than 20 years. Her latest book, The Stylish Life: Equestrain offers the reader an opportunity to explore the refined world of equestrian sports and culture through a beautiful array of black and white and lavish color photographs.

Readers will see images of royalty, socialites, and fabulously-dressed spectators intermingling with the high-profile stars of the sport. It is, quite simply, a wonderful compendium for every horse lover and anyone interested in rarefied sport culture and lifestyle.

Transcending sport and spectacle, all things equine and equestrian have captivated and charmed an elite global audience. Including horse racing, show-jumping, and polo, amongst other horse disciplines, this book encapsulates the glittering people, international events, fashion, and cultural impact—in such arenas as design and entertainment—that equine sports have had on the world at large.

With this, her eighth book, Ms. Moon has moved into the international sporting competitions, featured are the Kentucky Derby in Louisville to Royal Ascot in England to Prix de l’Arc in Paris, to events in Buenos Aires, Melbourne, Beijing, and many others. As you flip through the pages, peek inside luxurious horse stables and riding arenas, and marvel at the sheer glamour of such star athletes as Polo player Nacho Figueras and equestrienne Charlotte Casiraghi, the daughter of Princess Caroline of Monaco, resplendent in their riding attire.

As a life long equestrian, Ms. Moon has written about lavish parties, hunt balls, steeplechase races for People, The Washington Post, Town and Country, and Millionaire magazines. She has chronicled homes and gardens for Veranda and Southern Accents, has served as a contributing editor for House and Garden and writes a monthly column for Washington Life.

Ms. Moon’s other titles include: The Private Passion of Jackie Kennedy Onassis: Portrait of a Rider; Equestrian Style: Home Design, Couture, And Collections from the Eclectic to the Elegant; The Middleburg Mystique; The Official Middleburg Life Cookbook; Best-dressed Southern Salads; and A Sunday Horse. She divides her time between the nautical capital of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, known as the “Venice of America,” and the horsey village of Middleburg, Virginia.

To buy a copy of the book and learn more about Vicky Moon, you can visit her website at www.vickymoon.com.

All photos from The Stylish Life: Equestrian are by Vicky Moon. Copyright by teNeues Publishers.

Paul Desmond Brown | Feature in Hurlingham Polo

Paul Desmond Brown’s Feature article in Hurlingham Polo Magazine

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Estate of William Townsend Ylvisaker

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Gallery: 561.557.3747
Mobile: 845.505.1147
info@chisholmgallery.com

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Cynthia Olson, American Contemporary
Tigre di Luna
Oil on canvas
40 x 50 inches
Signed

 


Polo ~ On The Ball
Limited Edition: 3/75
20 x 24 inches
28 x 32 inches
Signed & Numbered

 


Stadium #14
Oil on canvas
44  x 40 inches
46 x 42 inches
Signed

 


Sailboats
Oil on canvas
36 x 46 inches
Signed

 


Bark Yard
Collage & Mixed media on canvas
34 x 29 inches
Signed

 


Solange Rossi
Letters From My Mill
Oil on panel
9 x 7 inches
12.25 x 10.25 inches
Signed

 


Edwina Jane, British Contemporary
At The Races: Throughbred Racing
Gouache & Mixed media
15.5 x 23 inches
21 x 28.5 inches
Signed & Dated, Jane ’81

 


Paul Desmond Brown, American (1893-1958)
American Polo Scene: The Save
Hand-coloured aquatint on imported handmade paper
17 x 24 inches
Published by The Derrydale Press, 1930

 


Paul Desmond Brown, American (1893-1958)
American Polo Scene: On the Boards
Hand-coloured aquatint on imported handmade paper
17 x 24 inches
Published by The Derrydale Press, 1930

 


Paul Desmond Brown, American (1893-1958)
Player #4
Limited Edition: 32/250
Signed & Numbered in pencil

Chisholm Gallery & Ralph Lauren | The Polo Bar at 5th Avenue and 55th Street

Chisholm Gallery’s paintings and decorations in the Ralph Lauren Polo Bar at 5th Avenue and 55th Street.

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