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d'ART ID#: 102613
Length: 20.50 in (52.07 cm)
Height: 20.00 in (50.80 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created:
Media Types:
Canvas , Lithograph
Style & Subject:
Celebrity , Equine , Sporting
Submitted by horselover
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Fred Stone
Seabiscuit (canvas)
Fred Stone
Limited Edition Prints - US $295.00

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CANVAS
"Seabiscuit" by Fred Stone
Limited Edition Canvas
Signed & Numbered by the Artist
Edition Size - 250


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Seabisuit - An American Legend
In 1938, near the end of a decade of monumental turmoil, the year's number-one newsmaker was not Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Hitler, or Mussolini. It wasn't Pope Pius XI, nor was it Lou Gehrig, Howard Hughes, or Clarke Gable. The subject of the most newspaper column inches in 1938 wasn't even a person. It was an undersized, crooked-legged racehorse named Seabiscuit.
In the latter half of the Depression, Seabiscuit was nothing short of a cultural icon in America, enjoying adulation so intense and broadbased that is transcended sport.

Laura Hillenbrand
"Seabiscuit - An American Legend"



FRED STONE
The Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Tribune have called Fred Stone the most famous painter of horses in the world. His work is in the homes of some of the world’s most notable people including Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and in the office of the president in the White House.
He has been featured on ESPN and ABC, NBC and CBS television. Through his artwork, he has raised great sums of money for various causes. More People own a Fred Stone print than that of any other horse artist in history, making him the most sought after equine artist in the world.

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