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Ardennes Horse Collection

The Ardennes Horse is a draft horse breed originating from the Ardennes region of Belgium, France and Luxembourg, and is a strong

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Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: 'La Courte Occupation de Reims; Reims le cathedrale, 1914. Creator: Unknown

'La Courte Occupation de Reims; Reims le cathedrale, 1914. Creator: Unknown
'La Courte Occupation de Reims; Reims le cathedrale, 1914. From "L'Album de la Guerre 1914-1919: Volume I". [L'Illustration, Paris, 1926]

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Imperial Head-quarters at the Camp at Chalons - from a drawing by M. Beaucé, 1860. Creator: Unknown

Imperial Head-quarters at the Camp at Chalons - from a drawing by M. Beaucé, 1860. Creator: Unknown
Imperial Head-quarters at the Camp at Chalons, [France] - from a drawing by M. Beauce, 1860. The first point of attraction to visitors to the Camp is that part known as the Quartier Imperial...It is

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Life of the German Emperor William I (engraving)

Life of the German Emperor William I (engraving)
1594770 Life of the German Emperor William I (engraving) by Woodville, Richard Caton II (1856-1927) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Life of the German Emperor William I)

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: First World War: portrait of General Joseph Joffre (1852-1931) on horseback

First World War: portrait of General Joseph Joffre (1852-1931) on horseback
XEE4187722 First World War: portrait of General Joseph Joffre (1852-1931) on horseback, representing as victor on the battlefield of La Marne (September 1914)

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Cavalry quarters at the camp of Chalons - from a drawing by M. Beaucé, 1860. Creator: Unknown

Cavalry quarters at the camp of Chalons - from a drawing by M. Beaucé, 1860. Creator: Unknown
Cavalry quarters at the camp of Chalons - from a drawing by M. Beauce, 1860. The encampment of a regiment of Hussars...presents much the appearance of a street inhabited by an equal number of human

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Quarters for infantry at the camp of Chalons - from a drawing by M. Beaucé, 1860. Creator: Unknown

Quarters for infantry at the camp of Chalons - from a drawing by M. Beaucé, 1860. Creator: Unknown
Quarters for infantry at the camp of Chalons, [France] - from a drawing by M. Beauce, 1860. It must not be supposed that the barracks here represented are for all the infantry

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: River in the Ardennes at Sunset, 1821. Creator: Henri van Assche

River in the Ardennes at Sunset, 1821. Creator: Henri van Assche
River in the Ardennes at Sunset, 1821

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Tinder bracket fungus / Hoof fungus / Tinder polypore / Horses hoof (Fomes fomentarius)

Tinder bracket fungus / Hoof fungus / Tinder polypore / Horses hoof (Fomes fomentarius) on fallen tree trunk in autumn Beech forest. Ardennes, Belgium, November

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Le Rocher Bayard, Dinant, Wallonia, Namur, Belgium

Le Rocher Bayard, Dinant, Wallonia, Namur, Belgium
Le Rocher Bayard (right), a 40m high rock needle associated with the Four Sons of Aymon legend, on the river Meuse in Dinant, Wallonia, Namur, Belgium

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Untitled [artillery], 1857. Creator: Gustave Le Gray

Untitled [artillery], 1857. Creator: Gustave Le Gray
Untitled [artillery], 1857. Albumen print, from the album " Souvenirs du Camp de Chalons"

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Untitled [cavalry], 1857. Creator: Gustave Le Gray

Untitled [cavalry], 1857. Creator: Gustave Le Gray
Untitled [cavalry], 1857. Albumen print, from the album " Souvenirs du Camp de Chalons"

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Untitled [visitors watching military manoeuvres], 1857. Creator: Gustave Le Gray

Untitled [visitors watching military manoeuvres], 1857. Creator: Gustave Le Gray
Untitled [visitors watching military manoeuvres], 1857. Albumen print, from the album " Souvenirs du Camp de Chalons"

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: The French Armoured Cavalrymen charging at the battle of Sedan on the 1st September 1870

The French Armoured Cavalrymen charging at the battle of Sedan on the 1st September 1870
CHT163736 The French Armoured Cavalrymen charging at the battle of Sedan on the 1st September 1870 (engraving) (b/w photo) by Koch, Georg (1857-1926); Bibliotheque des Arts Decoratifs, Paris

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Harness ornament decorated with geometric patterns. 450-400 BC (bronze)

Harness ornament decorated with geometric patterns. 450-400 BC (bronze)
LRI4974618 Harness ornament decorated with geometric patterns. 450-400 BC (bronze) by Celtic, (5th century BC); Musee Saint-Remi (Archaeological And Middle Age Museum), Reims

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Joan of Arc (1412-31) arrives at Rheims in 1429 to wait the coronation of Charles VII

Joan of Arc (1412-31) arrives at Rheims in 1429 to wait the coronation of Charles VII
XEE4147856 Joan of Arc (1412-31) arrives at Rheims in 1429 to wait the coronation of Charles VII (1403-61) - Charles VII said " The Victorious" (1403-1461)

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Battle of Arcis-sur-Aube, 20-21 / 3 / 1814 - shell explodes under the horse of emperor

Battle of Arcis-sur-Aube, 20-21 / 3 / 1814 - shell explodes under the horse of emperor
XEE4150655 Battle of Arcis-sur-Aube, 20-21/3/1814 - shell explodes under the horse of emperor Napoleon - Battle of Arcis-sur-Aube (Arcis sur Aube) March 20 and 21, 1814

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Napoleonic Wars: Napoleon I (1769-1821) observing the Battle of Brienne-le-Chateau

Napoleonic Wars: Napoleon I (1769-1821) observing the Battle of Brienne-le-Chateau
XEE4143024 Napoleonic Wars: Napoleon I (1769-1821) observing the Battle of Brienne-le-Chateau (Brienne le Chateau) (Dawn) on 29 January 1814 during the French campaign

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: The Battle of Valmy, 1792, (1890). Creator: Unknown

The Battle of Valmy, 1792, (1890). Creator: Unknown
The Battle of Valmy, 1792, (1890). Battle of Valmy on 20 September 1792. A major victory by the French army during the French Revolutionary Wars

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Horses billet, Suippes, northern France, c1914-c1918

Horses billet, Suippes, northern France, c1914-c1918. Photograph from a series of glass plate stereoview images depicting scenes from World War I (1914-1918)

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Blacksmith shoeing horse, Suippes, northern France, c1914-c1918

Blacksmith shoeing horse, Suippes, northern France, c1914-c1918. Photograph from a series of glass plate stereoview images depicting scenes from World War I (1914-1918)

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Battle of Champaubert, France, 10th February 1814 (1882-1884). Artist: Duvivier

Battle of Champaubert, France, 10th February 1814 (1882-1884). Artist: Duvivier
Battle of Champaubert, France, 10th February 1814 (1882-1884). Fought at Champaubert to the east of Paris, the battle was the opening engagement of the Six Days Campaign

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Battle of Valmy, 20th September 1792, (1892)

Battle of Valmy, 20th September 1792, (1892). A print from the Le Petit Journal, 17th September 1892

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: The Battle of Valmy, 20 September, 1792, (1826). Artist: Horace Vernet

The Battle of Valmy, 20 September, 1792, (1826). Artist: Horace Vernet
The Battle of Valmy, 20 September, 1792, (1826). At this battle a mixture of French regulars and conscripts, under General Francois Kellerman, faced an army of Brunswick veterans

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: French and Germans, anecdotal history of the War of 1870-1871, 1888

French and Germans, anecdotal history of the War of 1870-1871, 1888, illustration by Georges Hardouin (1846-1893)
JLJ4635599 French and Germans, anecdotal history of the War of 1870-1871, 1888, illustration by Georges Hardouin (1846-1893) also says Dick de Lonlay

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Untitled [cavalry], 1857. Creator: Gustave Le Gray

Untitled [cavalry], 1857. Creator: Gustave Le Gray
Untitled [cavalry], 1857. Albumen print, from the album " Souvenirs du Camp de Chalons"

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Untitled [cavalry], 1857. Creator: Gustave Le Gray

Untitled [cavalry], 1857. Creator: Gustave Le Gray
Untitled [cavalry], 1857. Albumen print, from the album " Souvenirs du Camp de Chalons"

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Untitled [cavalry], 1857. Creator: Gustave Le Gray

Untitled [cavalry], 1857. Creator: Gustave Le Gray
Untitled [cavalry], 1857. Albumen print, from the album " Souvenirs du Camp de Chalons"

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Stereoscopic glass plate on the First World War (1st, Iere

Stereoscopic glass plate on the First World War (1st, Iere
JLJ4630448 Stereoscopic glass plate on the First World War (1st, Iere, 14-18 or 1914-1918) (The First World War; WWI): Road to the City of Tahure

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Illustration taken from the book 'Joan of Arc '

Illustration taken from the book "Joan of Arc "
JLJ4625045 Illustration taken from the book " Joan of Arc " by Theodore Cahu and illustrated by Paul De Semant (1855-1915): On July 15

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: River Ardennes Sunset River landscape sunset

River Ardennes Sunset River landscape sunset
River in the Ardennes at Sunset, River landscape in the Ardennes at sunset. Some figures with a horse resting along the riverbank at a rapids

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Artillery France Paintings Ardennes department

Artillery France Paintings Ardennes department
Artillery of France, Paintings in Ardennes (department), Battle of Sedan, Military use of horses, 1. Koniglich Sachsisches Feldartillerie-Regiment Nr. 12, 1903, France, Sedan, Das 1

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Caen Abbaye D Ardennes tithe barn

Caen Abbaye D Ardennes tithe barn - black & white view of barn with horse and cart Date: circa 1890s

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: Theodore Gericault (French, 1791-1824), Cheveaux des Ardennes, 1822, lithograph

Theodore Gericault (French, 1791-1824), Cheveaux des Ardennes, 1822, lithograph on wove paper

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: WWI: ALINCOURT, c1915. German ammunition depot after visit of French airmen, Alincourt

WWI: ALINCOURT, c1915. German ammunition depot after visit of French airmen, Alincourt, Ardennes, France. Stereograph, c1915

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: WWI: ALINCOURT, c1915. German ammunition depot after visit of French airmen, Alincourt

WWI: ALINCOURT, c1915. German ammunition depot after visit of French airmen, Alincourt, Ardennes, France. Stereograph, c1915

Background imageArdennes Horse Collection: A wrouight iron painted sign that illustrates the theme of champagne and wine production

A wrouight iron painted sign that illustrates the theme of champagne and wine production
Sign that illustrates champagne and wine production, Champagne Jean Bliard, Culture Biologique, the village of Hautvillers in Vallee de la Marne, Champagne, Marne, Ardennes, France


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Ardennes Horse Collection

The Ardennes Horse is a draft horse breed originating from the Ardennes region of Belgium, France and Luxembourg, and is a strong, muscular horse with a thick mane and tail. The breed has been used for centuries as a workhorse in agriculture and forestry, and is also used for riding, driving and show jumping. The Ardennes Horse stands between 15-17 hands high, with an average weight of 1,500-2,000 pounds. Its coat can be any color but chestnut or bay are the most common colors seen in this breed and has good conformation and movement which makes it suitable for many disciplines such as dressage, eventing or show jumping. The Ardennes Horse is known to be calm yet energetic with an even temperament making it an ideal family horse that can be enjoyed by all ages.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Ardennes Horse collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning array of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards featuring these magnificent farm animals. The Ardennes Horse is a breed that originated in the Ardennes region of Belgium and France and has been used for centuries as a workhorse due to its strength and endurance. Our collection showcases the beauty of these horses with high-quality images captured by talented photographers. Whether you are looking to add some rustic charm to your home decor or searching for the perfect gift for an equestrian enthusiast, our collection offers something for everyone. With various sizes available, you can choose the perfect piece to fit any space. The Ardennes Horse collection from Media Storehouse celebrates the majesty of these powerful creatures while providing beautiful artwork that will be cherished for years to come.
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What are Ardennes Horse (Horses Farm Animals) art prints?

Ardennes Horse art prints are high-quality reproductions of artwork featuring these majestic farm animals. The Ardennes horse is a breed that originated in the Ardennes region of Belgium, Luxembourg and France. They are known for their strength and endurance, making them popular workhorses on farms throughout Europe. These prints showcase the beauty and power of these magnificent creatures through various artistic styles such as paintings, drawings, and photographs. These art prints are perfect for those who appreciate the natural world or have an affinity for horses. They make great additions to any home or office decor and can be displayed in frames or mounted on walls with ease. Whether you're looking to add some character to your living space or searching for a unique gift idea, Ardennes Horse art prints from Media Storehouse offer something special that will stand out from other generic wall decorations.
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What Ardennes Horse (Horses Farm Animals) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Ardennes Horse art prints that are perfect for horse lovers and enthusiasts. You can choose from a variety of stunning images featuring these majestic animals in various poses, settings, and moods. Whether you prefer black-and-white or color photographs, close-up shots or panoramic views, there is something for everyone. Some popular options include portraits of individual horses with their expressive faces and muscular bodies on display. Other prints showcase the Ardennes breed's strength and power as they pull carts or plow fields. There are also scenic landscapes featuring herds grazing in lush meadows or galloping through rugged terrain. All the Ardennes Horse art prints available at Media Storehouse are high-quality reproductions that capture the beauty and grace of these magnificent creatures. They make excellent gifts for anyone who appreciates fine art photography or has an affinity for horses.
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How do I buy Ardennes Horse (Horses Farm Animals) art prints?

To buy Ardennes Horse art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of high-quality images featuring these majestic farm animals. Once you have found the perfect print, simply select the size and format that suits your needs and add it to your cart. We offer a range of options including canvas prints, framed prints, and photographic prints on various paper types. You can also customize your order by choosing different framing options or adding a mount for an extra touch of elegance. Payment is easy with several secure online payment methods available. Media Storehouse ensures that all their products are produced to the highest standards using state-of-the-art printing technology. Their team of experts carefully package each order to ensure it arrives in pristine condition. Whether you're looking for a stunning piece of wall art or a unique gift for someone special, buying Ardennes Horse art prints from Media Storehouse is simple and hassle-free.
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How much do Ardennes Horse (Horses Farm Animals) art prints cost?

The cost of Ardennes Horse art prints varies depending on the size and type of print chosen. We offer a range of options, including framed or unframed prints, canvas prints, and posters. The prices are competitive and affordable for those who want to add some beautiful artwork to their homes or offices. These high-quality prints capture the majestic beauty of these farm animals in stunning detail, making them an excellent addition to any collection. Whether you're looking for a small print to hang on your wall or a large canvas that will make a statement in your living room, we have something for everyone. With their extensive selection of Ardennes Horse art prints available at reasonable prices, it's easy to find the perfect piece that fits your budget and style preferences. So why wait? Browse through our collection today and discover the beauty of these magnificent creatures captured in stunning works of art.
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Your Ardennes Horse art prints from Media Storehouse will be delivered to you in a secure and protective packaging. The prints are carefully rolled and placed into a sturdy tube, ensuring that they arrive at your doorstep in pristine condition. Media Storehouse takes great care when it comes to delivering their products, so you can rest assured that your Ardennes Horse art print will be handled with the utmost care during transit. Once the package arrives, simply unroll the print and display it as desired. Whether you're purchasing an Ardennes Horse art print for yourself or as a gift for someone else, Media Storehouse ensures that every order is fulfilled with professionalism and attention to detail. With their commitment to quality service and customer satisfaction, you can trust that your purchase will arrive safely and on time.