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Known as the most famous painter of horses in the world, artist Fred Stone developed a passion for his craft in the mid-1970s. Unhappy with the commercial art business, he learned about horse racing from his daughter, and soon formed the Equinart studio with his wife Norma. Portraits of racing legends Man O' War, Seabiscuit, Cigar, Secretariat, and jockeys Julie Krone and Bill Shoemaker, to name a few, have since become prized American art for private collectors and world leaders.

Along with highlighting Triple Crown and Breeders Cup moments, artist Fred Stone's American prints show the bond between people and horses (Forever Friends and Dancers) and between themselves (First Day, and The Arabians). The artwork of Fred Stone also extends to public murals, such as the Las Vegas Paris Hotel's Longchamp, and to poignant prints, like Partners. He often contributes proceeds from his American art for sale to philanthropic and animal charities. Adorn your home with fascinating animal prints, available from online auctions.

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            • Fred Stone, American 1930-2018, Riders in the Rain, Color Lithograph
              Jun. 12, 2024

              Fred Stone, American 1930-2018, Riders in the Rain, Color Lithograph

              Est: $300 - $500

              Fred Stone American, 1930-2018 Riders in the Rain Color Lithograph Horse Racing Motif Edition 1776/5900, signed in plate and hand signed ll, Fred Stone, unframed, never framed.

              Nye & Company
            • Fred Stone, The Shoe, Signed Lithograph On Paper
              Apr. 07, 2024

              Fred Stone, The Shoe, Signed Lithograph On Paper

              Est: $300 - $500

              Fred Stone, The Shoe, Signed Lithograph On Paper. Signed "217/395 Fred Stone, To Wayne and Joan with My best regards! 'The Shoe', 8000 Wins! Willi Shoemaker". Framed 32.75H x 29.5W x 1.5D in. Sight 20.25H x 17.0W in. All Measurements are Approximate.

              Clark's Auction Company
            • Fred stone, Seattle Slow, Signed Lithograph on Paper
              Apr. 07, 2024

              Fred stone, Seattle Slow, Signed Lithograph on Paper

              Est: $300 - $500

              Kentucky Derby - Seattle Slow. Signed "Fred Stone"  Framed 37.5W x 34.5H x 1.5D in. Sight 23.5W x 20.0H in. All Measurements are Approximate.

              Clark's Auction Company
            • Fred Stone's "Born to Greatness" Limited Edition Canvas
              Nov. 25, 2023

              Fred Stone's "Born to Greatness" Limited Edition Canvas

              Est: $75 - $125

              Fred Stone's "Born to Greatness" limited edition canvas, signed and numbered 69/500 lower left. This piece is of Zenyatta and a foal, done by the world's most famous equestrian artist. The canvas is in excellent condition, but the frame does show some minor knicks.

              Oakwood Auctions
            • LOT OF 3 FRED STONE EQUESTRIAN LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS
              Jun. 25, 2023

              LOT OF 3 FRED STONE EQUESTRIAN LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS

              Est: -

              Lot of 3 Fred Stone Equestrian Limited Edition Art Prints. Includes titles: "Forever Friends Man O War Will Harbut", " Nijinsky II Lester Piggott Up", "Kelso Eddie Arcaro Up". All are signed and numbered by the artist in the lower margins. For over 40 years, Fred Stone captured the beauty of the horse on canvas. Lauded as “the most famous painter of horses in the world?, his legacy as the premier painter of Thoroughbred horses lives on. Known as the most famous painter of horses in the world, artist Fred Stone developed a passion for his craft in the mid-1970s. Unhappy with the commercial art business, he learned about horse racing from his daughter, and soon formed the Equinart studio with his wife Norma. Portraits of racing legends Man O' War, Seabiscuit, Cigar, Secretariat, and jockeys Julie Krone and Bill Shoemaker, to name a few, have since become prized American art for private collectors and world leaders. Along with highlighting Triple Crown and Breeders Cup moments, artist Fred Stone's American prints show the bond between people and horses (Forever Friends and Dancers) and between themselves (First Day, and The Arabians). The artwork of Fred Stone also extends to public murals, such as the Las Vegas Paris Hotel's Longchamp, and to poignant prints, like Partners. He often contributes proceeds from his American art for sale to philanthropic and animal charities. Keywords: Southwestern, Western; Ref: BD1064

              Bradford's
            • LOT OF 3 FRED STONE EQUESTRIAN LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS
              Jun. 25, 2023

              LOT OF 3 FRED STONE EQUESTRIAN LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS

              Est: -

              Lot of 3 Fred Stone Equestrian Limited Edition Art Prints. Includes titles: "Secretariat Ron Turcotte Up", "Tranquility", "The Final Thunder: Man o' War, 1917-1947". All are signed and numbered by the artist in the lower margins. For over 40 years, Fred Stone captured the beauty of the horse on canvas. Lauded as “the most famous painter of horses in the world?, his legacy as the premier painter of Thoroughbred horses lives on. Known as the most famous painter of horses in the world, artist Fred Stone developed a passion for his craft in the mid-1970s. Unhappy with the commercial art business, he learned about horse racing from his daughter, and soon formed the Equinart studio with his wife Norma. Portraits of racing legends Man O' War, Seabiscuit, Cigar, Secretariat, and jockeys Julie Krone and Bill Shoemaker, to name a few, have since become prized American art for private collectors and world leaders. Along with highlighting Triple Crown and Breeders Cup moments, artist Fred Stone's American prints show the bond between people and horses (Forever Friends and Dancers) and between themselves (First Day, and The Arabians). The artwork of Fred Stone also extends to public murals, such as the Las Vegas Paris Hotel's Longchamp, and to poignant prints, like Partners. He often contributes proceeds from his American art for sale to philanthropic and animal charities. Keywords: Southwestern, Western; Ref: BD1043

              Bradford's
            • LOT OF 3 FRED STONE EQUESTRIAN LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS
              Jun. 25, 2023

              LOT OF 3 FRED STONE EQUESTRIAN LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS

              Est: -

              Lot of 3 Fred Stone Equestrian Limited Edition Art Prints. Includes titles: " Kelso, Eddie Arcaro Up", "Great Match Race Ruffian and Foolish Pleasure", "The Eternal Legacy ". All are signed and numbered by the artist in the lower margins. For over 40 years, Fred Stone captured the beauty of the horse on canvas. Lauded as “the most famous painter of horses in the world?, his legacy as the premier painter of Thoroughbred horses lives on. Known as the most famous painter of horses in the world, artist Fred Stone developed a passion for his craft in the mid-1970s. Unhappy with the commercial art business, he learned about horse racing from his daughter, and soon formed the Equinart studio with his wife Norma. Portraits of racing legends Man O' War, Seabiscuit, Cigar, Secretariat, and jockeys Julie Krone and Bill Shoemaker, to name a few, have since become prized American art for private collectors and world leaders. Along with highlighting Triple Crown and Breeders Cup moments, artist Fred Stone's American prints show the bond between people and horses (Forever Friends and Dancers) and between themselves (First Day, and The Arabians). The artwork of Fred Stone also extends to public murals, such as the Las Vegas Paris Hotel's Longchamp, and to poignant prints, like Partners. He often contributes proceeds from his American art for sale to philanthropic and animal charities. Keywords: Southwestern, Western; Ref: BD1043

              Bradford's
            • LOT OF 3 FRED STONE EQUESTRIAN LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS
              Jun. 25, 2023

              LOT OF 3 FRED STONE EQUESTRIAN LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS

              Est: -

              Lot of 3 Fred Stone Limited Edition Western Art Prints. Includes titles: "The Shoe 8,000 Wins", "John Henry Bill Shoemaker up", "The Andalusian ". All are signed and numbered by the artist in the lower margins. For over 40 years, Fred Stone captured the beauty of the horse on canvas. Lauded as “the most famous painter of horses in the world?, his legacy as the premier painter of Thoroughbred horses lives on. Known as the most famous painter of horses in the world, artist Fred Stone developed a passion for his craft in the mid-1970s. Unhappy with the commercial art business, he learned about horse racing from his daughter, and soon formed the Equinart studio with his wife Norma. Portraits of racing legends Man O' War, Seabiscuit, Cigar, Secretariat, and jockeys Julie Krone and Bill Shoemaker, to name a few, have since become prized American art for private collectors and world leaders. Along with highlighting Triple Crown and Breeders Cup moments, artist Fred Stone's American prints show the bond between people and horses (Forever Friends and Dancers) and between themselves (First Day, and The Arabians). The artwork of Fred Stone also extends to public murals, such as the Las Vegas Paris Hotel's Longchamp, and to poignant prints, like Partners. He often contributes proceeds from his American art for sale to philanthropic and animal charities. Keywords: Southwestern, Western; Ref: BD1043

              Bradford's
            • LOT OF 3 FRED STONE EQUESTRIAN LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS
              Jun. 25, 2023

              LOT OF 3 FRED STONE EQUESTRIAN LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS

              Est: -

              Lot of 3 Fred Stone Equestrian Horse Limited Edition Art Prints. Includes titles: "John Henry Chris McCarron Up ", "Secretariat Ron Turcotte Up", "The Moment After ". All are signed and numbered by the artist in the lower margins. For over 40 years, Fred Stone captured the beauty of the horse on canvas. Lauded as “the most famous painter of horses in the world?, his legacy as the premier painter of Thoroughbred horses lives on. Known as the most famous painter of horses in the world, artist Fred Stone developed a passion for his craft in the mid-1970s. Unhappy with the commercial art business, he learned about horse racing from his daughter, and soon formed the Equinart studio with his wife Norma. Portraits of racing legends Man O' War, Seabiscuit, Cigar, Secretariat, and jockeys Julie Krone and Bill Shoemaker, to name a few, have since become prized American art for private collectors and world leaders. Along with highlighting Triple Crown and Breeders Cup moments, artist Fred Stone's American prints show the bond between people and horses (Forever Friends and Dancers) and between themselves (First Day, and The Arabians). The artwork of Fred Stone also extends to public murals, such as the Las Vegas Paris Hotel's Longchamp, and to poignant prints, like Partners. He often contributes proceeds from his American art for sale to philanthropic and animal charities. Keywords: Southwestern, Western; Ref: BD1043

              Bradford's
            • LOT OF 3 FRED STONE EQUESTRIAN LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS
              Jun. 25, 2023

              LOT OF 3 FRED STONE EQUESTRIAN LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS

              Est: -

              Lot of 3 Fred Stone Limited Edition Western Art Prints. Includes titles: "John Henry Bill Shoemaker Up", "Secretariat Ron Turcotte Up", "The Final Thunder Man O' War 1917-1947 ". All are signed and numbered by the artist in the lower margins. For over 40 years, Fred Stone captured the beauty of the horse on canvas. Lauded as “the most famous painter of horses in the world?, his legacy as the premier painter of Thoroughbred horses lives on. Known as the most famous painter of horses in the world, artist Fred Stone developed a passion for his craft in the mid-1970s. Unhappy with the commercial art business, he learned about horse racing from his daughter, and soon formed the Equinart studio with his wife Norma. Portraits of racing legends Man O' War, Seabiscuit, Cigar, Secretariat, and jockeys Julie Krone and Bill Shoemaker, to name a few, have since become prized American art for private collectors and world leaders. Along with highlighting Triple Crown and Breeders Cup moments, artist Fred Stone's American prints show the bond between people and horses (Forever Friends and Dancers) and between themselves (First Day, and The Arabians). The artwork of Fred Stone also extends to public murals, such as the Las Vegas Paris Hotel's Longchamp, and to poignant prints, like Partners. He often contributes proceeds from his American art for sale to philanthropic and animal charities. Keywords: Southwestern, Western; Ref: BD1043

              Bradford's
            • LOT OF 3 FRED STONE EQUESTRIAN LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS
              Jun. 25, 2023

              LOT OF 3 FRED STONE EQUESTRIAN LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS

              Est: -

              Lot of 3 Fred Stone Equestrian Horse Limited Edition Art Prints. Includes titles: "John Henry Bill Shoemaker Up", "The Shoe And The Bald Eagle", "Turning For Home". All are signed and numbered by the artist in the lower margins. For over 40 years, Fred Stone captured the beauty of the horse on canvas. Lauded as “the most famous painter of horses in the world?, his legacy as the premier painter of Thoroughbred horses lives on. Known as the most famous painter of horses in the world, artist Fred Stone developed a passion for his craft in the mid-1970s. Unhappy with the commercial art business, he learned about horse racing from his daughter, and soon formed the Equinart studio with his wife Norma. Portraits of racing legends Man O' War, Seabiscuit, Cigar, Secretariat, and jockeys Julie Krone and Bill Shoemaker, to name a few, have since become prized American art for private collectors and world leaders. Along with highlighting Triple Crown and Breeders Cup moments, artist Fred Stone's American prints show the bond between people and horses (Forever Friends and Dancers) and between themselves (First Day, and The Arabians). The artwork of Fred Stone also extends to public murals, such as the Las Vegas Paris Hotel's Longchamp, and to poignant prints, like Partners. He often contributes proceeds from his American art for sale to philanthropic and animal charities. Keywords: Southwestern, Western; Ref: BD1043

              Bradford's
            • LOT OF 3 FRED STONE EQUESTRIAN LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS
              Jun. 25, 2023

              LOT OF 3 FRED STONE EQUESTRIAN LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS

              Est: -

              Lot of 3 Fred Stone Equestrian Limited Edition Art Prints. Includes titles: "John Henry Bill Shoemaker Up", "Nijinsky II - Lester Piggott Up", "The Arabians". All are signed and numbered by the artist in the lower margins. For over 40 years, Fred Stone captured the beauty of the horse on canvas. Sheets range in size from 25.75x22.25in-27x24.5in. Lauded as “the most famous painter of horses in the world. his legacy as the premier painter of Thoroughbred horses lives on. Known as the most famous painter of horses in the world, artist Fred Stone developed a passion for his craft in the mid-1970s. Unhappy with the commercial art business, he learned about horse racing from his daughter, and soon formed the Equinart studio with his wife Norma. Portraits of racing legends Man O' War, Seabiscuit, Cigar, Secretariat, and jockeys Julie Krone and Bill Shoemaker, to name a few, have since become prized American art for private collectors and world leaders. Along with highlighting Triple Crown and Breeders Cup moments, artist Fred Stone's American prints show the bond between people and horses (Forever Friends and Dancers) and between themselves (First Day, and The Arabians). The artwork of Fred Stone also extends to public murals, such as the Las Vegas Paris Hotel's Longchamp, and to poignant prints, like Partners. He often contributes proceeds from his American art for sale to philanthropic and animal charities. Keywords: Southwestern, Western; Ref: BD1043

              Bradford's
            • Fred Stone's "The Black Stallion" and "Arab Mare and Foal" Limited Edition Sculptures
              May. 21, 2023

              Fred Stone's "The Black Stallion" and "Arab Mare and Foal" Limited Edition Sculptures

              Est: $10 - $30

              Fred Stone's "The Black Stallion" and "Arab Mare and Foal" limited edition sculptures. "The Black Stallion" #2333/#2500, "Arab Mare and Foal" #1175/#2500. Each piece is in excellent condition without any signs of wear, damage, or repair. Theme: Wildlife, Figurine, Vintage, Equestrian, Decorative Collectible, Collectibles

              Oakwood Auctions
            • FRED STONE WATERCOLOR SEASCAPE
              May. 15, 2023

              FRED STONE WATERCOLOR SEASCAPE

              Est: -

              FRED STONE WATERCOLOR SEASCAPE

              O'Gallerie
            • Fred Stone Print titled “Nijinsky II- Lester Piggott Up”
              Apr. 30, 2023

              Fred Stone Print titled “Nijinsky II- Lester Piggott Up”

              Est: -

              Limited edition print, numbered 116/950. Nicely framed and matted with artists signature lower right. Measures 27 3/4" by 25 1/4" in frame and in excellent condition.

              Caswell Prewitt Realty, INC
            • Fred Stone S/N Lithograph "The Thoroughbreds"
              Feb. 05, 2023

              Fred Stone S/N Lithograph "The Thoroughbreds"

              Est: $100 - $150

              Fred Stone S/N Lithograph "The Thoroughbreds": No sleeve or COA. Measures 27.75 x 23". Numbered 364/750

              Dana J. Tharp Auctions
            • 3PC FRED STONE LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS
              Jan. 29, 2023

              3PC FRED STONE LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS

              Est: -

              3pc Fred Stone Limited Edition Art Prints. All are signed and numbered by the artist in the lower margins. For over 40 years, Fred Stone captured the beauty of the horse on canvas. Lauded as “the most famous painter of horses in the world”, his legacy as the premier painter of Thoroughbred horses lives on. Known as the most famous painter of horses in the world, artist Fred Stone developed a passion for his craft in the mid-1970s. Unhappy with the commercial art business, he learned about horse racing from his daughter, and soon formed the Equinart studio with his wife Norma. Portraits of racing legends Man O' War, Seabiscuit, Cigar, Secretariat, and jockeys Julie Krone and Bill Shoemaker, to name a few, have since become prized American art for private collectors and world leaders. Along with highlighting Triple Crown and Breeders Cup moments, artist Fred Stone's American prints show the bond between people and horses (Forever Friends and Dancers) and between themselves (First Day, and The Arabians). The artwork of Fred Stone also extends to public murals, such as the Las Vegas Paris Hotel's Longchamp, and to poignant prints, like Partners. He often contributes proceeds from his American art for sale to philanthropic and animal charities. Keywords: horses, equine; Ref: BD1043

              Bradford's
            • 3PC FRED STONE LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS
              Jan. 29, 2023

              3PC FRED STONE LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS

              Est: -

              3pc Fred Stone Limited Edition Art Prints. All are signed and numbered by the artist in the lower margins. For over 40 years, Fred Stone captured the beauty of the horse on canvas. Lauded as “the most famous painter of horses in the world”, his legacy as the premier painter of Thoroughbred horses lives on. Known as the most famous painter of horses in the world, artist Fred Stone developed a passion for his craft in the mid-1970s. Unhappy with the commercial art business, he learned about horse racing from his daughter, and soon formed the Equinart studio with his wife Norma. Portraits of racing legends Man O' War, Seabiscuit, Cigar, Secretariat, and jockeys Julie Krone and Bill Shoemaker, to name a few, have since become prized American art for private collectors and world leaders. Along with highlighting Triple Crown and Breeders Cup moments, artist Fred Stone's American prints show the bond between people and horses (Forever Friends and Dancers) and between themselves (First Day, and The Arabians). The artwork of Fred Stone also extends to public murals, such as the Las Vegas Paris Hotel's Longchamp, and to poignant prints, like Partners. He often contributes proceeds from his American art for sale to philanthropic and animal charities. Keywords: horses, equine; Ref: BD1043

              Bradford's
            • 3PC FRED STONE LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS
              Jan. 29, 2023

              3PC FRED STONE LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS

              Est: -

              3pc Fred Stone Limited Edition Art Prints. All are signed and numbered by the artist in the lower margins. For over 40 years, Fred Stone captured the beauty of the horse on canvas. Lauded as “the most famous painter of horses in the world”, his legacy as the premier painter of Thoroughbred horses lives on. Known as the most famous painter of horses in the world, artist Fred Stone developed a passion for his craft in the mid-1970s. Unhappy with the commercial art business, he learned about horse racing from his daughter, and soon formed the Equinart studio with his wife Norma. Portraits of racing legends Man O' War, Seabiscuit, Cigar, Secretariat, and jockeys Julie Krone and Bill Shoemaker, to name a few, have since become prized American art for private collectors and world leaders. Along with highlighting Triple Crown and Breeders Cup moments, artist Fred Stone's American prints show the bond between people and horses (Forever Friends and Dancers) and between themselves (First Day, and The Arabians). The artwork of Fred Stone also extends to public murals, such as the Las Vegas Paris Hotel's Longchamp, and to poignant prints, like Partners. He often contributes proceeds from his American art for sale to philanthropic and animal charities. Keywords: horses, equine; Ref: BD1043

              Bradford's
            • 4PC FRED STONE LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS
              Jan. 29, 2023

              4PC FRED STONE LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS

              Est: -

              4pc Fred Stone Limited Edition Art Prints. All are signed and numbered by the artist in the lower margins. For over 40 years, Fred Stone captured the beauty of the horse on canvas. Lauded as “the most famous painter of horses in the world”, his legacy as the premier painter of Thoroughbred horses lives on. Known as the most famous painter of horses in the world, artist Fred Stone developed a passion for his craft in the mid-1970s. Unhappy with the commercial art business, he learned about horse racing from his daughter, and soon formed the Equinart studio with his wife Norma. Portraits of racing legends Man O' War, Seabiscuit, Cigar, Secretariat, and jockeys Julie Krone and Bill Shoemaker, to name a few, have since become prized American art for private collectors and world leaders. Along with highlighting Triple Crown and Breeders Cup moments, artist Fred Stone's American prints show the bond between people and horses (Forever Friends and Dancers) and between themselves (First Day, and The Arabians). The artwork of Fred Stone also extends to public murals, such as the Las Vegas Paris Hotel's Longchamp, and to poignant prints, like Partners. He often contributes proceeds from his American art for sale to philanthropic and animal charities. Keywords: horses, equine; Ref: BD1043

              Bradford's
            • FRED BEGAYE STONE BUFFALO FETISH
              Jan. 28, 2023

              FRED BEGAYE STONE BUFFALO FETISH

              Est: $1,500 - $2,000

              8 1/8" long, 6" tall. Fred Begaye (20th century) was active/lived in United States. Fred Begaye is known for Sculpture.

              Davis Brothers Auction
            • Fred Stone Cigar Race Horse Lithograph w/ COA
              Dec. 10, 2022

              Fred Stone Cigar Race Horse Lithograph w/ COA

              Est: $200 - $300

              Signed And Numbered. Measures Approximately 27in X 25.5in X .75in. Image Measures Approximately 20in X 18.25in. 101 Mm

              EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
            • 3PC FRED STONE LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS
              Oct. 09, 2022

              3PC FRED STONE LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS

              Est: -

              3pc Fred Stone Limited Edition Art Prints. Includes titles "Secretariat Ron Turcotte Up", "The Duel" and "Northern Dancer with Hartack and Shoemaker Up". All are signed and numbered by the artist in the lower margins. Secretariat Ron Turcotte Up includes a certificate of authenticity. For over 40 years, Fred Stone captured the beauty of the horse on canvas. Lauded as “the most famous painter of horses in the world”, his legacy as the premier painter of Thoroughbred horses lives on. Known as the most famous painter of horses in the world, artist Fred Stone developed a passion for his craft in the mid-1970s. Unhappy with the commercial art business, he learned about horse racing from his daughter, and soon formed the Equinart studio with his wife Norma. Portraits of racing legends Man O' War, Seabiscuit, Cigar, Secretariat, and jockeys Julie Krone and Bill Shoemaker, to name a few, have since become prized American art for private collectors and world leaders. Along with highlighting Triple Crown and Breeders Cup moments, artist Fred Stone's American prints show the bond between people and horses (Forever Friends and Dancers) and between themselves (First Day, and The Arabians). The artwork of Fred Stone also extends to public murals, such as the Las Vegas Paris Hotel's Longchamp, and to poignant prints, like Partners. He often contributes proceeds from his American art for sale to philanthropic and animal charities. Keywords: Artwork, Equestrian; Ref: BD1043

              Bradford's
            • 3PC FRED STONE LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS
              Oct. 09, 2022

              3PC FRED STONE LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS

              Est: -

              3pc Fred Stone Limited Edition Art Prints. Includes titles "John Henry - Chris McCarron Up", "The Bellmont Bold Forbes" and "Contentment". All are signed and numbered by the artist in the lower margins. Contentment includes a certificate of authenticity. For over 40 years, Fred Stone captured the beauty of the horse on canvas. Lauded as “the most famous painter of horses in the world”, his legacy as the premier painter of Thoroughbred horses lives on. Known as the most famous painter of horses in the world, artist Fred Stone developed a passion for his craft in the mid-1970s. Unhappy with the commercial art business, he learned about horse racing from his daughter, and soon formed the Equinart studio with his wife Norma. Portraits of racing legends Man O' War, Seabiscuit, Cigar, Secretariat, and jockeys Julie Krone and Bill Shoemaker, to name a few, have since become prized American art for private collectors and world leaders. Along with highlighting Triple Crown and Breeders Cup moments, artist Fred Stone's American prints show the bond between people and horses (Forever Friends and Dancers) and between themselves (First Day, and The Arabians). The artwork of Fred Stone also extends to public murals, such as the Las Vegas Paris Hotel's Longchamp, and to poignant prints, like Partners. He often contributes proceeds from his American art for sale to philanthropic and animal charities. Keywords: Artwork, Equestrian; Ref: BD1043

              Bradford's
            • 3PC FRED STONE LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS
              Oct. 09, 2022

              3PC FRED STONE LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS

              Est: -

              3pc Fred Stone Limited Edition Art Prints. Includes titles "The Weanlings", "The Andalusian" and "Tranquility". All are signed and numbered by the artist in the lower margins. For over 40 years, Fred Stone captured the beauty of the horse on canvas. Lauded as “the most famous painter of horses in the world”, his legacy as the premier painter of Thoroughbred horses lives on. Known as the most famous painter of horses in the world, artist Fred Stone developed a passion for his craft in the mid-1970s. Unhappy with the commercial art business, he learned about horse racing from his daughter, and soon formed the Equinart studio with his wife Norma. Portraits of racing legends Man O' War, Seabiscuit, Cigar, Secretariat, and jockeys Julie Krone and Bill Shoemaker, to name a few, have since become prized American art for private collectors and world leaders. Along with highlighting Triple Crown and Breeders Cup moments, artist Fred Stone's American prints show the bond between people and horses (Forever Friends and Dancers) and between themselves (First Day, and The Arabians). The artwork of Fred Stone also extends to public murals, such as the Las Vegas Paris Hotel's Longchamp, and to poignant prints, like Partners. He often contributes proceeds from his American art for sale to philanthropic and animal charities. Keywords: Artwork, Equestrian; Ref: BD1043

              Bradford's
            • 4PC FRED STONE LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS
              Oct. 09, 2022

              4PC FRED STONE LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS

              Est: -

              4pc Fred Stone Limited Edition Art Prints. Includes titles "The Great Match Race; Ruffian and Foolish Pleasure", "For Only A Moment--Ruffian", "Lady's Secret" and "Contentment". All are signed and numbered by the artist in the lower margins. All include certificates of authenticity except Contentment. For over 40 years, Fred Stone captured the beauty of the horse on canvas. Lauded as “the most famous painter of horses in the world”, his legacy as the premier painter of Thoroughbred horses lives on. Known as the most famous painter of horses in the world, artist Fred Stone developed a passion for his craft in the mid-1970s. Unhappy with the commercial art business, he learned about horse racing from his daughter, and soon formed the Equinart studio with his wife Norma. Portraits of racing legends Man O' War, Seabiscuit, Cigar, Secretariat, and jockeys Julie Krone and Bill Shoemaker, to name a few, have since become prized American art for private collectors and world leaders. Along with highlighting Triple Crown and Breeders Cup moments, artist Fred Stone's American prints show the bond between people and horses (Forever Friends and Dancers) and between themselves (First Day, and The Arabians). The artwork of Fred Stone also extends to public murals, such as the Las Vegas Paris Hotel's Longchamp, and to poignant prints, like Partners. He often contributes proceeds from his American art for sale to philanthropic and animal charities. Keywords: Artwork, Equestrian; Ref: BD1043

              Bradford's
            • FRED STONE Triple Crown Signed Offset Lithograph
              Aug. 17, 2022

              FRED STONE Triple Crown Signed Offset Lithograph

              Est: $100 - $300

              FRED STONE Triple Crown Signed Offset Lithograph, contains signatures of four American Triple Crown winners, inscription to piece reads Fred Stone, signatures read Eddie Arcaro, J Cruquet, Ron Turcottte, Steve Cauthen, inscription reads The American Triple Crown 1948-1978 Citation, Seattle Slew, Secretariat, Affirmed, Eddie Arcaro, Ron Turcotte, Jean Cruquet, Steve Cauthen, label to reverse reads Paddock Room at Charisma Boutique Ocala, Florida. Some wear, scratches and scuffs to frame. The print appears to be in good condition but please note it has not been inspected outside of the frame. Frame measures approx 36 1/4 in by 32 3/4 in. Image size is 23 1/2 in by 18 1/2 in. Property of Palm Beach, FL estate, Fred Stone was born April 13, 1930 in St. Louis, Missouri. Attending Art Center College in Los Angeles and doing stints at Choinard and Otis, Fred was well on his way to a career as a commercial artist. With a catalog of over 150 paintings, many have been prized by collectors and horse enthusiasts alike. He has had the great honor of having his work presented to the Queen of England, the President of the United States, and hobnobbed with the celebrities both on and off the track - Fred Stone, Fred stone, signed, offset lithograph, artwork, art print, print, equine art, jockeys, equestrian, wall art, home decor. 2

              The Benefit Shop Foundation Inc.
            • Fred Stone, “John Henry” Bill Shoemaker Up!
              May. 01, 2022

              Fred Stone, “John Henry” Bill Shoemaker Up!

              Est: -

              Fred Stone, "John Henry" Bill Shoemaker Up! print. Signed by artist and numbered 102/595. In good condition 29" by 26" in frame

              Caswell Prewitt Realty, INC
            • Frederick Batcheller Peaches Still Life Painting
              Feb. 21, 2022

              Frederick Batcheller Peaches Still Life Painting

              Est: $1,000 - $2,000

              Rhode Island 1837-1889 Depicts a pile of peaches and red grapes glistening in the light scattered over a white and blue striped table cloth. Batcheller started his career as an apprentice to the Tingley Brothers carving marble before switching to painting around 1855. Batcheller was one of the founders of the Providence Art Club and exhibited his work alongside Stetson, Bannister, Whitaker, and Lewin.

              Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers
            • Fred Stone's "Cam Fella" Limited Edition Print
              Dec. 04, 2021

              Fred Stone's "Cam Fella" Limited Edition Print

              Est: $175 - $225

              Fred Stone's "Cam Fella" limited edition framed print, signed and numbered 53/950. A must have for anyone who appreciates horse racing. This print has been professionally double matted using acid free matting, and has been custom framed under glass.

              Oakwood Auctions
            • Fred Stone's "Cam Fella" Limited Edition Print
              Oct. 23, 2021

              Fred Stone's "Cam Fella" Limited Edition Print

              Est: $200 - $225

              Fred Stone's "Cam Fella" limited edition framed print, signed and numbered 53/950. A must have for anyone who appreciates horse racing. This print has been professionally double matted using acid free matting, and has been custom framed under glass.

              Oakwood Auctions
            • Fred Stone Numbered Print, Kelso
              Aug. 26, 2021

              Fred Stone Numbered Print, Kelso

              Est: $10 - $1,000

              777/950. Kelso, Eddie Arcaro. Fred Stone. Framed And Under Glass: 32.5" X 29.5".

              Berner's Auction Gallery
            • Fred Stone's "The American Triple Crown" Lithograph
              Aug. 10, 2021

              Fred Stone's "The American Triple Crown" Lithograph

              Est: $100 - $1,000

              DESCRIPTION: Fred Stone's American Triple Crown 1937-1946 lithograph. Signed lower left: "Fred Stone" and lower right: "611/1500" Includes certificate of authenticity. Mounted in a brass mounted wood frame. CIRCA: 20th Cent. ORIGIN: USA DIMENSIONS: H: 34" x L: 36" Have a similar item to sell? Contact: [email protected] CONDITION: Great condition. See lot description for details on item condition. More detailed condition requests can be obtained via email ([email protected]) or SMS(305)-332-9274. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Akiba Antiques shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.

              Akiba Galleries
            • Fred Stone Signed Lithograph, Dance Smartly
              Jul. 22, 2021

              Fred Stone Signed Lithograph, Dance Smartly

              Est: $10 - $1,000

              Pencil Signed Lower Left: Fred Stone. Dance Smartly. Winner 1991. Breeders Cup. Eclipse Award. Pat Day Up. Signed 417/950. Framed And Under Glass: 31" X 27.75".

              Berner's Auction Gallery
            • Fred Stone Signed Secretariat Ron Throttle Up
              Jun. 19, 2021

              Fred Stone Signed Secretariat Ron Throttle Up

              Est: -

              Print. #115/950. Frame Measuring Approximately 27.5 X 23.5. Image Measuring Approximately 21“ X 18“. Signed In Lower Left Corner. Nr12689 Ci

              EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
            • FRED STONE SIGNED MAN O' WAR RACEHORSE PRINT
              May. 21, 2021

              FRED STONE SIGNED MAN O' WAR RACEHORSE PRINT

              Est: $100 - $200

              Framed offset print on paper, "The Final Thunder: Man o' War, 1917-1947," signed lower left Fred Stone (American, 20th c.), marked lower right A/P (artist's proof), sight: 23.25"h, 21"w, overall: 31.75"h, 29.25"w, 12lbs Start Price: $80.00

              Austin Auction Gallery
            • Fred Stone's "Zenyatta" Limited Edition Canvas
              Jan. 02, 2021

              Fred Stone's "Zenyatta" Limited Edition Canvas

              Est: $275 - $350

              Fred Stone's "Zenyatta" limited edition canvas signed and numbered 13/300. This piece has also been signed by Mike Smith. This has been professionally custom framed, and is in excellent condition. Horse art, equestrian art. Accomplished equine artist Fred Stone, whose works are located in homes and businesses around the world, died Feb. 4 due to complications from cancer. He was 87. Stone was born April 13, 1930, in St. Louis. When he was three, Stone and his family moved to Los Angeles. According to the BloodHorse, Stone attended the Art Center School and Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles. Upon graduation, Stone worked as a commercial artist and worked in the film industry painting backgrounds. In the 1970s, he began painting racehorses and he quickly found success. Originals of his work are in the collections of both the British royal family and the White House. Stone also painted several murals around the world – A Stone original in the Paris Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas has been called the largest horse mural in the world. Stone also sold many of his originals to support racing-related charities around the country. Horse art, equestrian art. Art.

              Oakwood Auctions
            • Fred Stone's "At The Wire" Limited Edition Canvas
              Jan. 02, 2021

              Fred Stone's "At The Wire" Limited Edition Canvas

              Est: $200 - $300

              Fred Stone's "At The Wire" limited edition canvas signed and numbered 43/250. Accomplished equine artist Fred Stone, whose works are located in homes and businesses around the world, died Feb. 4 due to complications from cancer. He was 87. Stone was born April 13, 1930, in St. Louis. When he was three, Stone and his family moved to Los Angeles. According to the BloodHorse, Stone attended the Art Center School and Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles. Upon graduation, Stone worked as a commercial artist and worked in the film industry painting backgrounds. In the 1970s, he began painting racehorses and he quickly found success. Originals of his work are in the collections of both the British royal family and the White House. Stone also painted several murals around the world – A Stone original in the Paris Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas has been called the largest horse mural in the world. Stone also sold many of his originals to support racing-related charities around the country. Horse art, equestrian art. Art.

              Oakwood Auctions
            • Fred Stone's "Cam Fella" Limited Edition Print
              Jan. 01, 2021

              Fred Stone's "Cam Fella" Limited Edition Print

              Est: $185 - $225

              Fred Stone's "Cam Fella" limited edition print signed and numbered 241/950. Accomplished equine artist Fred Stone, whose works are located in homes and businesses around the world, died Feb. 4 due to complications from cancer. He was 87. Stone was born April 13, 1930, in St. Louis. When he was three, Stone and his family moved to Los Angeles. According to the BloodHorse, Stone attended the Art Center School and Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles. Upon graduation, Stone worked as a commercial artist and worked in the film industry painting backgrounds. In the 1970s, he began painting racehorses and he quickly found success. Originals of his work are in the collections of both the British royal family and the White House. Stone also painted several murals around the world – A Stone original in the Paris Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas has been called the largest horse mural in the world. Stone also sold many of his originals to support racing-related charities around the country. Horse art, equestrian art. Art.

              Oakwood Auctions
            • Fred Stone 'Dance Smartly' Signed Print
              Dec. 12, 2020

              Fred Stone 'Dance Smartly' Signed Print

              Est: -

              Pencil signed and numbered 150/950. Measures approximately 35in x 32in. Artwork measures approximately 22in x 19in. Nr12646 jg

              EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
            • Fred Stone 'Lady's Secret' Signed Print
              Dec. 12, 2020

              Fred Stone 'Lady's Secret' Signed Print

              Est: -

              Pencil signed and numbered 882/950. Includes coa. Measures approximately 32.5in x 30.5in. Artwork measures approximately 20.5in x 18.5in. Nr12646 jg

              EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
            • Fred Stone's "Cam Fella" Limited Edition Print
              Dec. 06, 2020

              Fred Stone's "Cam Fella" Limited Edition Print

              Est: $200 - $225

              Fred Stone's "Cam Fella" limited edition framed print, signed and numbered 53/950. A must have for anyone who appreciates horse racing. This print has been professionally double matted using acid free matting, and has been custom framed under glass.

              Oakwood Auctions
            • Fred Stone Signed Artist Proof Triple Crown Litho
              Dec. 05, 2020

              Fred Stone Signed Artist Proof Triple Crown Litho

              Est: $500 - $600

              Fred Stone Artist Proofs of "The American Triple Crown" Artist Signed & Jockey Autographed. All are part of a collection 150 units total. 29" x 24" overall. Fred Stone & all the following riders signatures are in pencil on the margins. Eddie Arcaro (twice), John Longden, Warren Mehrtens, Jean Cruquet, Ron Turcottle, Steve Cauthen. All three pieces have an individual COA & color informational sheet. The horses depicted are Sir Barton, Omaha, Gallant Fox. Citation, Seattle Slew, Secretariat, Affirmed, War Admiral, Whirlaway, Count Fleet, Assault. All are in excellent condition & can be easily rolled and shipped.

              Gulfcoast Coin and Jewelry
            • Fred Stone's "Zenyatta" Limited Edition Canvas
              Dec. 05, 2020

              Fred Stone's "Zenyatta" Limited Edition Canvas

              Est: $275 - $350

              Fred Stone's "Zenyatta" limited edition canvas signed and numbered 13/300. This piece has also been signed by Mike Smith. This has been professionally custom framed, and is in excellent condition. Horse art, equestrian art. Accomplished equine artist Fred Stone, whose works are located in homes and businesses around the world, died Feb. 4 due to complications from cancer. He was 87. Stone was born April 13, 1930, in St. Louis. When he was three, Stone and his family moved to Los Angeles. According to the BloodHorse, Stone attended the Art Center School and Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles. Upon graduation, Stone worked as a commercial artist and worked in the film industry painting backgrounds. In the 1970s, he began painting racehorses and he quickly found success. Originals of his work are in the collections of both the British royal family and the White House. Stone also painted several murals around the world – A Stone original in the Paris Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas has been called the largest horse mural in the world. Stone also sold many of his originals to support racing-related charities around the country. Horse art, equestrian art. Art.

              Oakwood Auctions
            • Fred Stone's "At The Wire" Limited Edition Canvas
              Dec. 05, 2020

              Fred Stone's "At The Wire" Limited Edition Canvas

              Est: $200 - $300

              Fred Stone's "At The Wire" limited edition canvas signed and numbered 43/250. Accomplished equine artist Fred Stone, whose works are located in homes and businesses around the world, died Feb. 4 due to complications from cancer. He was 87. Stone was born April 13, 1930, in St. Louis. When he was three, Stone and his family moved to Los Angeles. According to the BloodHorse, Stone attended the Art Center School and Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles. Upon graduation, Stone worked as a commercial artist and worked in the film industry painting backgrounds. In the 1970s, he began painting racehorses and he quickly found success. Originals of his work are in the collections of both the British royal family and the White House. Stone also painted several murals around the world – A Stone original in the Paris Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas has been called the largest horse mural in the world. Stone also sold many of his originals to support racing-related charities around the country. Horse art, equestrian art. Art.

              Oakwood Auctions
            • Fred Stone's "Cam Fella" Limited Edition Print
              Dec. 05, 2020

              Fred Stone's "Cam Fella" Limited Edition Print

              Est: $185 - $225

              Fred Stone's "Cam Fella" limited edition print signed and numbered 241/950. Accomplished equine artist Fred Stone, whose works are located in homes and businesses around the world, died Feb. 4 due to complications from cancer. He was 87. Stone was born April 13, 1930, in St. Louis. When he was three, Stone and his family moved to Los Angeles. According to the BloodHorse, Stone attended the Art Center School and Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles. Upon graduation, Stone worked as a commercial artist and worked in the film industry painting backgrounds. In the 1970s, he began painting racehorses and he quickly found success. Originals of his work are in the collections of both the British royal family and the White House. Stone also painted several murals around the world – A Stone original in the Paris Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas has been called the largest horse mural in the world. Stone also sold many of his originals to support racing-related charities around the country. Horse art, equestrian art. Art.

              Oakwood Auctions
            • Fred Stone Hand Signed Paw Print
              Nov. 28, 2020

              Fred Stone Hand Signed Paw Print

              Est: -

              Fred Stone “ Partners”. In Good Condition. Measures Approximately 28in X 23in. Bh14378 Zh

              EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
            • Fred Stone's "Northern Dancer" Original
              Aug. 16, 2020

              Fred Stone's "Northern Dancer" Original

              Est: $25,000 - $30,000

              Fred Stone's "Northern Dancer" original acrylic on masonite framed painting. This is an incredibly rare opportunity to own this magnificent Fred Stone original. This piece of art has been professionally custom framed in an exquisite frame. Born in St Louis, his family moved to Los Angeles when he was three. He studied art at the Otis Art Institute as a child, and attended The Art Center School and Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles. The Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Tribune have called Stone the most famous painter of horses in the world. This lot must be paid for by way of Wire Transfer or E-Transfer.

              Oakwood Auctions
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