We have spent a lot of time exploring historical art located in Europe and produced by European artists, but today we are crossing the Mediterranean and heading to Africa!
Tassili n’Ajjer is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and National Park located in the Sahara Desert in Southern Algeria. This massive site is home to sandstone rock formations engraved with over 15,000 images, including cattle, antelope, and people, that date to the Neolithic period – about 12,000 years ago.
Our Tassili model for BreyerFest pays homage to this amazing historical site that is a window into the past of humans and art. He has been done as a bright, coppery chestnut tobiano pinto with a glossy finish, which reminds us of the color of sandstone. Originally sculpted by Brigitte Eberl, the Marwari (mold #722) was first released in 2012 as a Premier Club model, but has more recently been our 2017 Celebration Horse, Nazruddin.
$65.00 each; 2,000 pieces made
Don’t stray far! We have another reveal for you on the BreyerFest Blog this afternoon!
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