Racehorse Saxon Warrior and Jockey – Equine Art by Society of Equestrian Artists Catherine Ingleby

Racehorse Saxon Warrior and Jockey – Equine Art by Society of Equestrian Artists Catherine Ingleby

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Berkshire Artists

Artist: Catherine Ingleby

Artist: Catherine Ingleby

Racehorse Saxon Warrior and Jockey - Equine Art by The Society of Equestrian Artists Catherine Ingleby

Portrait: Racehorse and Jockey

Saxon Warrior

Image Size: 50cm x 60cm
Art Medium: Oil on Canvas
Painting Price: £1600

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Catherine Ingleby

Fine Artist

Paintings, Portraits and Limited Edition Giclée prints


Phone: 07919 020704

Please mention the Berkshire Artists website

Email: Catherine@catherineingleby.com

Website: catherineingleby.com

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About The Artist

Catherine Ingleby is one of the foremost sporting artists in the UK, annually represented in exhibitions worldwide, with works in many notable private collections, including that of HM the Queen, and several prominent racing stables.

Catherine is consistently picked to show in prestigious juried exhibitions, and is proud to be a partner artist to the David Shepherd Wildlife Trust. She is passionate about wildlife conservation, regularly donating artworks to help raise funds.

Catherine spent several years training as an artist in Paris and Florence accumulating a solid basis of draughtsmanship on which to base her now instantly recognisable style of dramatic light and movement. She now works full time in her studio in Berkshire, with a plethora of pets that both aid and abet her. She is known for her contemporary take on traditional subjects, and her ability to capture the fleeting sense of movement in her work.

Catherine undertakes a limited amount of commissions a year; some are formal portraits, others, action paintings of sports horses or dogs and recently a few of people!

Please contact her directly to discuss the commission process.

Artist’s Statement

I love to paint animals, always have, and feel very privileged that I now make my living from doing so. In my current phase of work, I aim to explore the movement of animals and develop a distinctive use of colour and brushwork.

There is a very simple joy in the observation of animals, in their uncomplicated joy of small things, or their unconscious beauty. I aim to explore this in my work, from the light-hearted pieces of jumping dogs to the more traditional works portraying the majesty of the big cats.

I try in my art, to lift the viewer’s heart a little, and I hope to make work that is accessible to all and to bridge the gap between traditional and contemporary. I am obsessed with colour in my work, echoing the colours and patterns of the animal I have chosen to paint in bolder combinations in the background. I find the intensity of patch of pure pigment, cadmium orange next to deep purple in a tiger’s coat, for example, is far more interesting than a faithfully lifelike representation of colour.