Reeves, Richard Stone

“Sunday Silence” Published in 1990, Edition: 60 of 850, 22 x 26 inches, Signed & Numbered

“Sunday Silence” Published in 1990, Edition: 60 of 850, 22 x 26 inches, Signed & Numbered
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American,  (1919-2005)

“George Stubbs, a Briton was the 18th century’s great painter of horses. In the 20th century it is Richard Stone Reeves, an American.”
– The New York Times

“Richard Stone Reeves is by far the foremost painter of champion Thoroughbreds in the world today.”
– Fact & Comment, Forbes Magazine

“The pre-eminent Thoroughbred portrait painter of our day … where ever horses are prized, so too are the portraits of Richard Stone Reeves.”
– Charles Kuralt, CBS News

Nowhere in the annals of modern international Thoroughbred racing has one artist been in such demand as Richard Stone Reeves. He has been privately commissioned to portray more international champions than any artist in history.

His work is valued by the most discerning of patrons, the owners and breeders of the world’s greatest Thoroughbred champions. The attraction to Reeves lies not only in his accuracy, but also in the deep affection and affinity he feels for the Thoroughbred.

For generations his work has remained the choice of prominent individuals throughout the world. H.H. Prince Aga Khan has commissioned Richard Stone Reeves to portray all of his internationally renowned champions since the legendary Shergar. President and Mrs. Ronald Reagan’s official gift to H.M. Queen Elizabeth II on the occasion of their state visit to Windsor Castle in 1982 was a Reeves original.

Richard Stone Reeves historic personally signed and numbered limited edition fine art lithographs continue to be among the most sought after.


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