The signature line indicates that this sketch with colored pencils was done in 1966. This simplest of drawings that captures the act of a woman saddling a horse measures 13 by 17 inches on plain paper. Price $250.
Completed in 1963, this two-tone pencil drawing is a charming rendition of a girl on a draft horse. This drawing is on paper that measures 16 by 13 inches and considering its age, it is in excellent condition. Price: $325.
This pleasing and simple drawing shows Savitt’s talent for rendering the horse from an angle that would be difficult for many artists. This original drawing on paper measures 7 by 9 inches. Price: $275.
In the hands of a master illustrator like Sam Savitt, the simplest of sketches can bring life to their subject. This drawing with colored pencil on paper measures 10 by 13 inches. Price: $300.
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 nifty pencil drawing on paper shows how a really top-notch artist can capture a scene of high action — with an economy of strokes and a splash of color — in a way that seems almost effortless. This paper measures 8 by 10 inches. Price: $425.
This pleasing image, which appears to be a combination of watercolor, ink and WhiteOut, is on paper measuring 11 by 13 inches. It is held in a gray mat that is only slightly larger than the artwork itself. Price: $1,025.
This splendid little pen and ink drawing — the companion to another that appears on this web site — was created for the 1959 book entitled “Born to Race.” Drawn on heavy paper, this piece measures 8 by 11 inches and contains publisher’s notes in the bottom margin. Price: $1,325.