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      • Susie Whitcombe - THE MAESTRO
        Nov. 18, 2023

        Susie Whitcombe - THE MAESTRO

        Est: $17,000 - $20,000

        Oil on canvas Signed, inscribed verso. Alexis Grüss is a circus artist who was trained in the family circus at the age of seven by his father, Andre, and his uncle Alexis. During his career he tried all the disciplines of circus arts: trapeze artist, aerialist, clown, and musician. But his true talent is rooted in the old-fashioned circus art that mixes the traditions of equestrian arts and acrobatics. Grüss founded his own company in Paris in 1974, along with the actress Silvia Monfort, and established the first circus school in the country. He was in the vanguard of the revival and reinvention of the circus in France, helping earn respect for it as an art form and moving it away from a reliance on wild animals. The Cirque National Alexis Grüss, as it is now officially known, features only horses and elephants. More recently, the entire region of Provence has become an important center of circus- and street-theater arts. Susie Whitcombe, (British, b. 1957) Whitcombe studied at the Heatherley School of Art in London and has been painting portraits of horses and people in oil and watercolor for more than 30 years. She has exhibited in London, Tokyo, and Melbourne. A versatile sportswoman, she has ridden races as an amateur jockey and is also a pilot, handling Super Cubs and Tiger Moths with ease.

        The Sporting Art Auction
      • Susie Whitcombe - Marwari Mare, Pushkar Fair
        Nov. 18, 2022

        Susie Whitcombe - Marwari Mare, Pushkar Fair

        Est: $18,000 - $20,000

        Susie Whitcombe Marwari Mare, Pushkar Fair $18,000 - $20,000 ?It?s called the Pushkar Camel Fair, and obviously you?ll see some camels in the background. But it?s also great training for these Marwari horses. And they are absolutely fantastic. I?ve got a sketch that I painted from life, obviously I didn?t paint this there. And you know painting in India is terrifically good fun because people sort of drop chairs and sit around, they?ve got all day to watch you, as long as you don?t really mind being watched, which you get very used to. It?s fun. And then of course they jump around you and say ?right, paint me.? It?s fun, very fun. And I actually got to ride some of the Marwaris in Jaipur, where I was staying, and they?re lovely, feisty things. Oh?. they?re fantastic. And they?ve got these lovely, straight noses. People sort of draw a parallel to the Marwaris to the Arabs. The same sort of ancient warrior type, fabulous, bright thinking, strong, brave horses. But you know, they?ve got these amazing ears and they?ve got a straight, very straight.? - Susie Whitcombe

        The Sporting Art Auction
      • Susie Whitcombe - Duffy's Circus
        Nov. 18, 2022

        Susie Whitcombe - Duffy's Circus

        Est: $6,000 - $9,000

        Susie Whitcombe Duffy's Circus $6,000 - $9,000 Duffy's Circus is an Irish family-run travelling circus, headquartered in Navan, County Meath, Ireland. It is Ireland's number one circus and has one of the oldest big tops in the world, dating back to the 18th century

        The Sporting Art Auction
      • Susie Whitcombe - Hot dog stall, Wickham Horse Fair
        Nov. 18, 2022

        Susie Whitcombe - Hot dog stall, Wickham Horse Fair

        Est: $5,000 - $7,000

        Susie Whitcombe Hot dog stall, Wickham Horse Fair $5,000 - $7,000

        The Sporting Art Auction
      • Susie Whitcombe - Washing, Gifford's Circus
        Nov. 21, 2021

        Susie Whitcombe - Washing, Gifford's Circus

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        Susie Whitcombe - British, b. 1957 Washing, Gifford's Circus Oil on board 9" x 12" Signed

        The Sporting Art Auction
      • Susie Whitcombe - Black and White Mare, Wickham Horse Fair
        Nov. 21, 2021

        Susie Whitcombe - Black and White Mare, Wickham Horse Fair

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Susie Whitcombe - British, b. 1957 Black and White Mare, Wickham Horse Fair Oil on canvas 14" x 16" Signed

        The Sporting Art Auction
      • SUSIE WHITCOMBE - TROTTING ON THE GREY, WICKHAM HORSE FAIR
        Nov. 22, 2020

        SUSIE WHITCOMBE - TROTTING ON THE GREY, WICKHAM HORSE FAIR

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        Susie Whitcombe British, b. 1957 Trotting on the Grey, Wickham Horse Fair Oil on board Signed & inscribed en verso Notable as the birthplace of William of Wykeham, the founder of Winchester College and New College, Oxford, the small village of Wickham in Hampshire has a rich history dating back to Roman times. After the Norman Conquest a church was established and the manor gifted to a loyal subject of King William. In 1269 a descendant, Roger de Scures, was granted a charter by King Henry III to hold a weekly market and thus Wickham, as it is known today, and its associated horse fair were established. Held annually on May 20, Wickham Fair is one of two English horse fairs that can trace its roots to the 13th century. Bareback parades with ponies decorated in ribbons and regalia dominate the event attended by Romany horse traders from all over the country. Today, modern fair rides accompany the festivities. Romany cobs are tied up outside what used to be the local pub in anticipation for their turn on the running track, where buyers gather to view the selection and partake in the drink and merriment associated with the historic fair.

        The Sporting Art Auction
      • Susie Whitcombe. Englische Pferdemalerin. - M...
        Jul. 25, 2020

        Susie Whitcombe. Englische Pferdemalerin. - M...

        Est: €50 - €80

        Susie Whitcombe. Englische Pferdemalerin. - Margit Otto-Crépin in Goodwood 1987 - Offsetdruck. 32/500. Sign. l. u. Unter Glas gerahmt. Beigegeben: 1 Foto (s/w) von Werner Ernst und 1 Plakat 'Campionati del Mondo di Equitazione'. - Prov.: Nachlass Dressurreiterin Margit Otto-Crépin. Margit Otto-Crépin (1945-2020) war eine der prägendsten und erfolgreichsten Dressurreiterinnen ihrer Zeit. Die sechsfache Olympiasiegerin im Dressurreiten Isabell Werth sagte über sie in einem Interview: 'Als es mit dem Reiten ernster wurde, habe ich zu den großen Namen aufgeschaut wie Reiner Klimke und Margit Otto-Crépin'. Otto-Crépin wurde im Saarland geboren und lernte schon früh das Reiten. Als junge Frau ging sie zunächst zum Studieren nach Paris. Dort lernte sie ihren späteren Ehemann Daniel Crépin kennen, durch den sie wieder mehr zum Reitsport kam. Durch die Heirat wurde sie französische Staatsbürgerin. Im Jahr 1974 nahm sie an ihrem ersten internationalen Reitturnier teil. Sie wurde viermal französische Dressurmeisterin und trat ab 1981 sechsmal für Frankreich bei Europameisterschaften an. Die größten Erfolge erzielte sie mit dem Holsteiner Corlandus. Mit ihm wurde sie 1987 erste französische Europameisterin, holte ein Jahr später bei den Olympischen Spielen in Seoul die Silbermedaille sowie darauffolgend noch den Sieg im Weltcupfinale. Ihre letzte internationale Dressurprüfung bestritt sie 2003. Auch noch über ihre sportliche Karriere hinaus war Otto-Crépin in verschiedenen Fachgremien aktiv. So war sie z. B. von 1998 bis 2010 Präsidentin des 'International Dressage Riders Club'. Die Objekte, die Sie bei uns im Auktionskatalog finden, spiegeln ihre lange sportliche Karriere wider. Es gibt Andenken und Urkunden von zwei olympischen Spielen, Preise von Europameisterschaften, französischen Meisterschaften sowie vom Chio in Aachen. Aber auch ganz private Geschenke von Freunden des Dressursports und ein französischer Orden mit einer Urkunde, die von François Mitterrand unterschrieben worden ist, befinden sich unter den angebotenen Gegenständen.

        Das Kunst- und Auktionshaus Kastern GmbH & Co KG
      • Susie Whitcombe - October Morning, Deauville
        Nov. 17, 2019

        Susie Whitcombe - October Morning, Deauville

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Susie Whitcombe (British, born 1957) OCTOBER MORNING, DEAUVILLE $3,000. – $5,000. Oil on board, 10” x 12 1⁄2” Signed, inscribed en verso $3,000. – 5,000.

        The Sporting Art Auction
      • Susie Whitcombe - To the Start, Goodwood
        Nov. 17, 2019

        Susie Whitcombe - To the Start, Goodwood

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Susie Whitcombe (British, born 1957) TO THE START, GOODWOOD $3,000. – $5,000. Oil on board, 12” x 15” Signed, inscribed en verso $3,000. – 5,000.

        The Sporting Art Auction
      • Susie Whitcombe - Blackface Ewes
        Nov. 18, 2018

        Susie Whitcombe - Blackface Ewes

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Susie Whitcombe (British, born 1957) BLACKFACE EWES $3,000. – 5,000. Oil on board, 12” x 15” Signed $3,000. – 5,000.

        The Sporting Art Auction
      • RIDING HORSE CLASS, ARELSFORD SHOW by Susie Whitcombe (British, born 1957)
        Nov. 19, 2017

        RIDING HORSE CLASS, ARELSFORD SHOW by Susie Whitcombe (British, born 1957)

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Oil on canvas, 10” x 13” Signed

        The Sporting Art Auction
      • BANYAN TREES, MAURITIUS by Susie Whitcombe (British, born 1957)
        Nov. 19, 2017

        BANYAN TREES, MAURITIUS by Susie Whitcombe (British, born 1957)

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Oil on board, 9” x 12” Signed

        The Sporting Art Auction
      • Whitcombe, Susie - H.H. Hounds near Warthen
        Nov. 21, 2016

        Whitcombe, Susie - H.H. Hounds near Warthen

        Est: $5,000 - $7,000

        H.H. Hounds near Warthen

        The Sporting Art Auction
      • Polo: Susie Whitcombe (1957) Signed limited edition coloured print 56/500 '
        Oct. 14, 2016

        Polo: Susie Whitcombe (1957) Signed limited edition coloured print 56/500 '

        Est: £50 - £80

        Polo: Susie Whitcombe (1957) Signed limited edition coloured print 56/500 'Polo International Day 1979, Smiths Lawn, Windsor Great Park Signed and numbered under 18 x 24 1/2''

        Claydon Auctioneers
      • Whitcombe, Susie - Waiting in the Wings
        Nov. 19, 2014

        Whitcombe, Susie - Waiting in the Wings

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        WAITING IN THE WINGS Based on the traditional circus originating in the 1700s, Cirque National Alexis Gruss still revolves around the horse as an integral part of the show, and the events are based on military actions of defense and spectacle.

        The Sporting Art Auction
      • Whitcombe, Susie - Pirouette
        Nov. 19, 2014

        Whitcombe, Susie - Pirouette

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        PIROUETTE Painted at Gifford's Circus, Lechlade, England.

        The Sporting Art Auction
      • Whitcombe, Susie - Wickham Fair, Oil on canvas, 8 x 11
        Nov. 20, 2013

        Whitcombe, Susie - Wickham Fair, Oil on canvas, 8 x 11

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        Wickham Fair Oil on canvas, 8" x 11" Signed $1,500. - 2,000. (Key Words: Thoroughbred Horse Racing, Polo, Steeplechase, Fox Hunting, Shooting, Fishing, African Wildlife, Western)

        The Sporting Art Auction
      • Susie Whitcomb, The Puckeridge Hounds at Brent
        Jul. 13, 2011

        Susie Whitcomb, The Puckeridge Hounds at Brent

        Est: £100 - £200

        Susie Whitcomb, The Puckeridge Hounds at Brent Pelham 1995, signed in pencil, a coloured print, No 134 of 200, 50cm x 76cm

        Sworders
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