3 on a ball

This action-packed image captures the excitement of polo matches. The painting consists of black and white watercolor on paper. And the image measures 9 by 9 inches and it is in a frame measuring 14 by 20 inches.

The excitement of two polo players closing in on the ball is effectively and creatively captured in this splendid black and white watercolor. This painting is contained in an 8 by 10 inch frame.

This uniquely powerful pencil drawing is an unusually close-up view of a rider taking a fence with the horse looking as though it could jump out of the picture. Framed and rendered on medium-weight paper, this image measures 14 by 17 inches.

Sam Savitt frequently did multiple copies of the same scene, with each a little more detailed and with slight adjustments as he saw fit. This is the final version of a rider running a cross-country course. This drawing on medium-weight paper measures 13 by 17 inches. It has no mat.

This pencil drawing of a cross-country race calls out the danger inherent in such sports. The competitor taking a fence notes a fallen horse off to the side surrounded by doctors and the rider. This drawing on medium-weight paper measures 14 by 17 inches and does not have a mat.

This bold and dramatic image, measuring 15 by 12 inches, is an experimental piece that employs two colors — black ink with a splash of red watercolor. This drawing, and its companion, “Red Wall,” is relatively simple in execution, but carries high impact. It is protected by a plain white mat and cellophane.

This bold and dramatic image, measuring 16 by 13 inches, is an experimental piece that employs two colors — red watercolor and black ink. This drawing, and its companion, “Over the Top,” is relatively simple in execution, but carries high impact. It is protected by a plain white mat and cellophane.

A fine example of Sam Savitt’s famed rodeo paintings, this work is framed under glass and measures 17 by 19 inches. The medium is either watercolor or gouache.

Painted in gouache, this piece was completed in 1996 near the end of Sam Savitt’s career. This energetic depiction of a rodeo rider is framed under glass and measures 20 by 23 inches.

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