Included in the Jan/Feb 2019 issue of UnTacked magazine, this is a limited-edition print, created in the 1980’s and signed by Sam Savitt at that time. While this web site normally sells only original art, this item is being offered because of the UnTacked article. It measures 25 by 18 inches. Price: $90.
This oil on canvas is framed and measures 12 by 14 inches. It formed the centerpiece of a print that described quarter horses– a part of the Sam Savitt Horse Breed Series. This painting hung in Sam Savitt’s home. Price: $1,500
This 10 by 14 inch drawing was done for either a book or magazine article. Most of the publisher’s notes in the margins have been taken away. The detail in this pencil drawing is extremely rich and well-preserved even though it is probably at least 30 to 40 years old. Price: $950.
This painting (offered by a third party) is one of a portfolio of eight highly refined paintings of thoroughbred horses from 1955. We are unsure about the medium: It is probably casein or gouche. The frame measures 21 by 25 inches. Price: $2,000.
The drawing in black ink shows a rider sailing towards earth after having been tossed by a horse he was trying to break. This drawing on paper measures 14 by 10 inches and has neither a frame nor a mat. Price: $1,050.
The mare and foal was a classic Sam Savitt theme. This small image is very precisely drawn in ink and was widely reproduced. It is drawn on paper and measures 7 by 11 inches. There is no mat or frame. Price: SOLD
This pleasing rendition of horses galloping across a field is all the more effective because of its straightforward simplicity in black and white watercolor. This piece from the 1980s is unframed and measures 16 by 20 inches. Price: $1,750.
The horse got away from a rider who’s just now getting him back. This pencil drawing is in a mat measuring 11 by 14 inches. Price: $475.