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Arabian Horse Collection

The Arabian horse is a breed of horse that originated in the Middle East, and is one of the oldest and most recognizable breeds

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Background imageArabian Horse Collection: RF - Dapple grey Arabian stallion running in desert dunes near Dubai, United Arab

RF - Dapple grey Arabian stallion running in desert dunes near Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: The Darley Arabian, c1720, (1922)

The Darley Arabian, c1720, (1922). After John Wootton (c 1682?1764). From British Sporting Artists: From Barlow to Herring, by Walter Shaw Sparrow [John Lane The Bodley Head, Limited, London, 1922]

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: George Stubbs (1724-1806). Whistlejacket (c. 1762)

George Stubbs (1724-1806). Whistlejacket (c. 1762)
George Stubbs (1724-1806). English painter. Whistlejacket (c. 1762). Oil on Canvas. National Gallery. London. England. UK

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Horse Illustration 09

Horse Illustration 09
Rafal Kulik

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: The Adventures of Prince Achmed (1926)

The Adventures of Prince Achmed (1926)

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Picture No. 10873885

Picture No. 10873885
Horse - Black Arabian Mare cantering in meadow (Equus caballus) Date

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Picture No. 10870455

Picture No. 10870455
Horse - Arabian gray dapple galloping in meadow Date

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Arabs fighting tigers in the desert

Arabs fighting tigers in the desert
Tigers attacking an Arab caravan in the desert. Color lithograph reproduction of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Picture No. 10870478

Picture No. 10870478
Horse - Arabian Chestnut Mare and foal together in meadow Date

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: ECLIPSE

ECLIPSE
Great-grandson of Darley Arabian, raced 1769-1770 in 18 races, all of which he won. His skeleton is preserved in the Royal Veterinary College

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Head portrait of grey Arabian stallion running in desert dunes near Dubai, United

Head portrait of grey Arabian stallion running in desert dunes near Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Caliph Umar entering Jerusalem, 637 (engraving)

Caliph Umar entering Jerusalem, 637 (engraving)
3647180 Caliph Umar entering Jerusalem, 637 (engraving) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Caliph Umar entering Jerusalem, 637)

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Lady Anne Blunt, traveller in Arabia and the Middle East

Lady Anne Blunt, traveller in Arabia and the Middle East
Lady Anne Blunt, 15th Baroness Wentworth (1837-1917), English traveller in Arabia and the Middle East, buyer and breeder of Arab horses. circa 1860s

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Horse racing

Horse racing. Photographed in Dubai, United Arab Emerites

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Horse, Shagya, adult, close-up of head, France

Horse, Shagya, adult, close-up of head, France

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Trakehner black stallion

Trakehner black stallion

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: The Godolphin Arabian (oil on canvas)

The Godolphin Arabian (oil on canvas)
XYC277369 The Godolphin Arabian (oil on canvas) by Quigley, D. (fl.1773); 96.5x121.9 cm; Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection, USA; English, out of copyright

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: External Muscles of the Horse

External Muscles of the Horse

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Tunisia, Sfax: Arab Quarter. Tunisian by bicycle, bread dealer. Animated view, 1900

Tunisia, Sfax: Arab Quarter. Tunisian by bicycle, bread dealer. Animated view, 1900
LUX4765928 Tunisia, Sfax: Arab Quarter. Tunisian by bicycle, bread dealer. Animated view, 1900; (add.info.: Tunisia, Sfax: Arab Quarter. Tunisian by bicycle, bread dealer)

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Medals and statues of kings and queens of Carthage: Hannibal in battle helmet 1, helmet 2

Medals and statues of kings and queens of Carthage: Hannibal in battle helmet 1, helmet 2, Ceres 3, Mago
FLO4620760 Medals and statues of kings and queens of Carthage: Hannibal in battle helmet 1, helmet 2, Ceres 3, Mago, Malchus with huge cudgel 7 and Dido 8

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Tunisia, Bizerte (banzart): Fete de la mi-careme, chariot of the Tirailleurs

Tunisia, Bizerte (banzart): Fete de la mi-careme, chariot of the Tirailleurs, drummers and trumpets, 1910
LUX4765513 Tunisia, Bizerte (banzart): Fete de la mi-careme, chariot of the Tirailleurs, drummers and trumpets, 1910; (add.info.: Tunisia, Bizerte (banzart): Fete de la mi-careme

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Bijen and Manija (Manigha and Bizhan), hero of the 'Shahnameh' (Shah Nama)

Bijen and Manija (Manigha and Bizhan), hero of the 'Shahnameh' (Shah Nama)
BEN5464444 Bijen and Manija (Manigha and Bizhan), hero of the 'Shahnameh' (Shah Nama, Shahnama) (Book of Kings) by Ferdowsi (Firdawsi, or Ferdawsi, or Firdousi, circa 940-around 1020)

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Algerie, Ain zeft: a Europeen (Count Criquy-Montfort) poses the headdress of his colonial helmet

Algerie, Ain zeft: a Europeen (Count Criquy-Montfort) poses the headdress of his colonial helmet with two children
LUX4780288 Algerie, Ain zeft: a Europeen (Count Criquy-Montfort) poses the headdress of his colonial helmet with two children and horses with their foals, 1904; (add.info.: Algerie)

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Algeria, Ain Zeft: transport of petroleum products by a donkey-drawn horse cart, 1907 - Ain Zeft

Algeria, Ain Zeft: transport of petroleum products by a donkey-drawn horse cart, 1907 - Ain Zeft, Saint Aime refinery
LUX4780465 Algeria, Ain Zeft: transport of petroleum products by a donkey-drawn horse cart, 1907 - Ain Zeft, Saint Aime refinery; (add.info.: Algeria)

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Algeria, Chelif Region, Chlef: on the edge of the wed, an Algerian family with a donkey

Algeria, Chelif Region, Chlef: on the edge of the wed, an Algerian family with a donkey and a horse loads of goods
LUX4780792 Algeria, Chelif Region, Chlef: on the edge of the wed, an Algerian family with a donkey and a horse loads of goods, 1904; (add.info.: Algeria, Chelif Region, Chlef: on the edge of the wed)

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Algeria, Region du Chelif, Chlef: plain of the Chelif, crossed by a donkey

Algeria, Region du Chelif, Chlef: plain of the Chelif, crossed by a donkey
LUX4780737 Algeria, Region du Chelif, Chlef: plain of the Chelif, crossed by a donkey and a horse of a wed under the protection of their owners who accompany them in boat, 1904; (add.info.: Algeria)

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Marriage of Aladdin and the princess: illustration for the tale 'Aladin or the wonderful lamp' in

Marriage of Aladdin and the princess: illustration for the tale 'Aladin or the wonderful lamp' in 'Arabian Nights
XEE4182294 Marriage of Aladdin and the princess: illustration for the tale 'Aladin or the wonderful lamp' in 'Arabian Nights, 1929-32 (lithograph) by Neziere

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Beni Abbes, Algeria: A rider and his horse come to drink at the oasis, 1900

Beni Abbes, Algeria: A rider and his horse come to drink at the oasis, 1900
LUX4728643 Beni Abbes, Algeria: A rider and his horse come to drink at the oasis, 1900; (add.info.: Beni Abbes, Algeria: A rider and his horse come to drink at the oasis, 1900); Photo © Lux-in-Fine

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Prince Houssain took his bow and fired first: illustration for the tale 'Aladin or the wonderful

Prince Houssain took his bow and fired first: illustration for the tale 'Aladin or the wonderful lamp' in 'Arabian
XEE4182322 Prince Houssain took his bow and fired first: illustration for the tale 'Aladin or the wonderful lamp' in 'Arabian Nights, 1929-32 (lithograph) by Neziere

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Aladdin goes to the Sultan's Palace: illustration for the tale 'Aladin or the wonderful lamp' in

Aladdin goes to the Sultan's Palace: illustration for the tale 'Aladin or the wonderful lamp' in 'Arabian Nights
XEE4182297 Aladdin goes to the Sultan's Palace: illustration for the tale 'Aladin or the wonderful lamp' in 'Arabian Nights, 1929-32 (lithograph) by Neziere

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Deployment of elephants at the forefront of the Carthaginian army (engraving)

Deployment of elephants at the forefront of the Carthaginian army (engraving)
8635761 Deployment of elephants at the forefront of the Carthaginian army (engraving) by German School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: The Aqaba Castle, Mamluk Castle or Aqaba Fort, Aqaba, Jordan

The Aqaba Castle, Mamluk Castle or Aqaba Fort, Aqaba, Jordan, from "Monuments de Tous les Peuples" by Ernest Breton
6428117 The Aqaba Castle, Mamluk Castle or Aqaba Fort, Aqaba, Jordan, from "Monuments de Tous les Peuples" by Ernest Breton, published 1843 (engraving); Photo © Ken Welsh. All rights reserved 2024

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Tiger Hunting Scene, 17th or 18th century (illuminated manuscript)

Tiger Hunting Scene, 17th or 18th century (illuminated manuscript)
AIS5356001 Tiger Hunting Scene, 17th or 18th century (illuminated manuscript); (add.info.: Syrian Art: Tiger Hunting Scene Manuscript page of the 17th or 18th century.); © Iberfoto

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: French. Coloured illustration. dated circa 1884. depicting a farm horse and an Arab stallion

French. Coloured illustration. dated circa 1884. depicting a farm horse and an Arab stallion
5306765 French. Coloured illustration. dated circa 1884. depicting a farm horse and an Arab stallion; Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Morocco, Gharb-Chrarda-Beni Hssen, Mechra Bel Ksiri: Warriors with their weapon prepare for a

Morocco, Gharb-Chrarda-Beni Hssen, Mechra Bel Ksiri: Warriors with their weapon prepare for a fantasy, 1910
LUX4807714 Morocco, Gharb-Chrarda-Beni Hssen, Mechra Bel Ksiri: Warriors with their weapon prepare for a fantasy, 1910; (add.info.: Morocco, Gharb-Chrarda-Beni Hssen)

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Second Punic War: the Gauls refusing to ally Hannibal Barca (Annibal) (247-183 BC)

Second Punic War: the Gauls refusing to ally Hannibal Barca (Annibal) (247-183 BC)
NWI4912615 Second Punic War: the Gauls refusing to ally Hannibal Barca (Annibal) (247-183 BC) against the Romans when the General and Carthaginians crossed the Alps to invade Italy in 218 BC

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Algeria, Cheliff Region, Chlef: oil research, a caravan camps on the edge of a wadi

Algeria, Cheliff Region, Chlef: oil research, a caravan camps on the edge of a wadi, surrounded by horses and donkeys
LUX4781003 Algeria, Cheliff Region, Chlef: oil research, a caravan camps on the edge of a wadi, surrounded by horses and donkeys, 1917; (add.info.: Algeria, Cheliff Region, Chlef: oil research)

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Algeria, Ain Defla: Region of Algiers, passage of the Khemis wadi by 2 horsemen with guns in front

Algeria, Ain Defla: Region of Algiers, passage of the Khemis wadi by 2 horsemen with guns in front of a crowd of Arab
LUX4766814 Algeria, Ain Defla: Region of Algiers, passage of the Khemis wadi by 2 horsemen with guns in front of a crowd of Arab spectators, some of them under rudimentary tents

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Tunisia, Tunis: La Fantasia: Musicians are restored, 1900

Tunisia, Tunis: La Fantasia: Musicians are restored, 1900
LUX4766421 Tunisia, Tunis: La Fantasia: Musicians are restored, 1900; (add.info.: Tunisia, Tunis: La Fantasia: Musicians are restored, 1900); Photo © Lux-in-Fine

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Tunisia, Bizerte: magazine of July 14, Tunisian riders walking in step with Barthui

Tunisia, Bizerte: magazine of July 14, Tunisian riders walking in step with Barthui, Philippot and Raux, 1907
LUX4766328 Tunisia, Bizerte: magazine of July 14, Tunisian riders walking in step with Barthui, Philippot and Raux, 1907; (add.info.: Tunisia, Bizerte: magazine of July 14)

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Tunisia, Bizerte: Fete de la mi-careme, Fantasia riders, 1910

Tunisia, Bizerte: Fete de la mi-careme, Fantasia riders, 1910
LUX4765538 Tunisia, Bizerte: Fete de la mi-careme, Fantasia riders, 1910; (add.info.: Tunisia, Bizerte: Fete de la mi-careme, Fantasia riders, 1910); Photo © Lux-in-Fine

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: She cried ' O miserable man, what sorry watch is this that thou has kept'

She cried " O miserable man, what sorry watch is this that thou has kept"
3086236 She cried " O miserable man, what sorry watch is this that thou has kept", illustration from 'The Story of The Magic Horse', 1938 (colour litho) by Dulac

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Illustration for the tale 'Aladin or the wonderful lamp' in 'Arabian Nights, 1929-32 (lithograph)

Illustration for the tale 'Aladin or the wonderful lamp' in 'Arabian Nights, 1929-32 (lithograph)
XEE4182321 Illustration for the tale 'Aladin or the wonderful lamp' in 'Arabian Nights, 1929-32 (lithograph) by Neziere, Raymond de la (1865-1953); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Horse Wild Tribal Illustration Art 02

Horse Wild Tribal Illustration Art 02
Rafal Kulik

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Horse Wild Tribal Illustration Art 01

Horse Wild Tribal Illustration Art 01
Rafal Kulik

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Horse Wild Tribal Illustration Art 03

Horse Wild Tribal Illustration Art 03
Rafal Kulik

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Horse Wild Tribal Illustration Art 04

Horse Wild Tribal Illustration Art 04
Rafal Kulik

Background imageArabian Horse Collection: Horse Wild Tribal Illustration Art 05

Horse Wild Tribal Illustration Art 05
Rafal Kulik



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Arabian Horse Collection

The Arabian horse is a breed of horse that originated in the Middle East, and is one of the oldest and most recognizable breeds, known for its distinctive head shape and high tail carriage. The Arabian has a reputation for intelligence, spirit, and endurance. Its conformation is characterized by a short back, long legs, and an arched neck with a small head. The breed comes in many colors but bay is the most common. Arabians are highly sought after as riding horses due to their agility, speed, and stamina and are popular show horses due to their beauty and gracefulness when performing various tasks such as dressage or jumping. Arabians have been used for centuries to improve other breeds; they are often crossed with Thoroughbreds to produce racehorses or with Quarter Horses to produce cutting horses.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Arabian Horse collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning assortment of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that feature the beauty and grace of these magnificent animals. Our collection showcases the Arabian horse's unique physical characteristics such as their dished profile, high-set tail carriage and finely chiselled head. Their flowing manes and tails are also captured in vivid detail in many of the pieces. Each item in our collection has been carefully curated to showcase the majesty of these horses. Whether you're looking for a striking piece to hang on your wall or a thoughtful gift for an animal lover, there is something here for everyone. From close-up portraits to action shots out in nature - our collection captures all aspects of these incredible creatures. If you're looking for beautiful artwork featuring one of the most iconic breeds of horses around - look no further than our Arabian Horse Collection.
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The cost of Arabian Horse art prints varies depending on the size, type of paper or canvas used, and whether it is a limited edition print. The prices can range from affordable to expensive, depending on the quality and rarity of the artwork. Some artists may charge more for their original paintings or hand-signed prints. Arabian horses are known for their beauty and grace, making them popular subjects in art. Their distinctive features such as their long necks, high-set tails, and dished faces make them instantly recognizable. Many artists have captured these qualities in their work. Art prints are a great way to enjoy beautiful artwork without breaking the bank. They can be framed and hung on walls or displayed on shelves or tables. Whether you're an avid collector or just appreciate fine art, there's an Arabian Horse print out there that will suit your taste and budget.
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