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The Horse in children’s drawings is an excellent topic for discovering this form of art.
Have you ever wondered how children see the horse? Or, better, as they imagine it because it is increasingly difficult for them to meet a “real” horse, especially for the little ones who live in the cities, away from the countryside.
Furthermore, meeting a horse today is not as simple as many years ago, when travel was mainly made with carriages and the car was being born.
For this reason we have created, in collaboration with Passione Cavallo, an Italian non-profit association for the knowledge of the horse, a series of initiatives.
And if you too love horses and their elegance as we love them, visit the Club Cavallo Italia Friends page.
Thank you. We waiting for you.
Now drawing Your Horse
Many initiatives especially for children such as the “Drawing Your Horse” competition reserved for girls and boys from all over Italy up to 14 years of age.
It is a national competition born in 2008 and in many years we have seen, indeed admired the works of many young authors.
We received a really large number, an impressive number of horse works in the children’s drawings.
An number that is impossible to publish but we intend to show some of them, chosen from among the most representative.
And hopefully the excluded authors don’t get angry.
We exhibited the works of the horse in the children’s drawings in a virtual museum, a funny video that we hope you like.
Thank you. And now we invite…
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And now let’s continue talking about art and we invite you to get to know Murano Glasses. Enjoy your visit.
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