Over the past few weeks I’ve featured some colorful horse art collections and this week is no exception. Today it’s all about the blondes, those handsome and fair animals we call palominos.
This color comes from a chestnut horse that is affected by a creme dilution gene (sound confusing?). Equine genetics is incredibly involved, good thing these artists didn’t need to understand them to paint pretty palominos. Be sure to also check out the art of white (pt. 2), black (pt. 2), red & pinto horses.
Not A Big Color
The palominos aren’t as highly represented as some of the other colors which is a shame, blondes do make lovely subjects. If you prefer other colors of the horse rainbow be sure to check out the rest. white (pt. 2) | black (pt. 2) | red | pinto