As we continue our reveals of this year’s Special Run models inspired by the art world, we are taking a journey to the more recent past to introduce you to the inspiration behind our next model – Seurat.
Georges Seurat was a young artist (he died at age 31) who lived and worked in France during the second half of the 19th century, and is most well-known for his use of pointillism in his paintings. These incredible works displayed Seurat’s knowledge of color theory as he created stunning images composed solely of tiny dots.
Our Seurat for this year’s BreyerFest celebration isn’t composed solely of dots, but his many dapples reminded us of Seurat’s amazing paintings. He has been done as a handsome dapple sooty palomino with a pearly mane and tail on the Friesian Sporthorse (mold #806), sculpted by Lynn Fraley and recently released in the 2020 Premier Club.
$65.00 each; 2,000 pieces made.
We can't wait for you to be able to add this handsome fellow to your herd! Keep your eyes on the BreyerFest Blog!
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