This detailed pencil drawing was no doubt the sketch that preceded a painting about fox hunting. This large and exciting rendering measures 19 by 26 inches on paper affixed to Styrofoam poster board and it is slightly dulled by age. Price $975.
This watercolor, that evokes an impressionist style, is a wonderful snapshot of the minutes before a horse race. This piece measures 7 by 9 inches without a mat or frame. Price: $950.
The frantic action of a polo match is effectively conveyed in this watercolor painting, which is held in a sky-blue mat and measures 16 by 20 inches. Price: $1,800.
From the book “Dingle Ridge Fox and Other Stories” (pg 66) the story called “Paragon” shows a jump badly taken. This is a watercolor on paper, measuring 12 inches square. Price: $475.
This is a nice example of the quick fluid strokes which typified many Savitt illustrations. Completed in 1972, this watercolor was applied to a board measuring 12 by 18 inches. Price: $975.
A steeplechase course is pretty tough, especially when you ride at close quarters with other competitors as depicted in this high-energy gouache painting. Measuring 10 by 15 inches, this painting is not framed or matted. Price: $1,175.
With an economy of strokes, this painting in gouache nicely conveys the dynamic changes of a fox hunt. This piece has a handsome wood frame with white mat and light brown inset measuring 18 by 18 inches. Price: $1,975.
This 1982 watercolor focuses on a nameless competitor in event riding — a combination of dressage, cross-country and jumping. This artwork is framed and measures 22 by 22 inches. Price: $1,550.