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POLO PONY

About this 

When I hear those two little words, polo pony- I always think of the famous white mints with a hole in the middle. Especially as when I worked as polo groom, I always had a packet or two in my jodphurs. Jilly Cooper’s book, Polo, was also a huge influence on me- so much so that at the age of 19, I ended up working for 6 months on a polo estancia in Argentina .

So this quirky little picture is just a nod to Jilly and mints. I have also thrown in a few more influences, Argentine and English stamps and a surcingle made out of Patron tequila. As we all know, polo players would be broke without a decent Patron!

Approx Framed Dimensions 

H 325mm x W 380mm

Mixed media on canvas board 

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To find out more about this artwork please contact Osbourne Studio Gallery 

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