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Momatomic

Thanks for the history on the painting. As a horse artist m'self, it was said that artists could not figure out how to place the horse's feet, or legs for that matter, until photos and filming were available for stop action. In reality, I think it was more faddish and stylized to place them this way, than lack of visual perception. If you think about it, you could place a set of rockers under that horse, and... maybe a rocking horse is what they used for a model?

Bill_I_Am

Thanks for the tag, Mike. Oh, that's funny, for the reasons Plum explained. What I might call "innocent art." The real title of the painting is "Borlase Cokayne as a Boy riding Sultana" (1751). It was painted by Thomas Smith of Derby, ca. 1720–1767, British. Thanks, cccarts!

https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/FwGhahiApLfuyg

Plumpossum

Well, yeah, that does help a bit. Tsk...

Plumpossum

And, as usual, the arrangement of the horse's feet is entirely fanciful. Nice painting, though.
Thanks for the tag, Mike!

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