Suffolk Punch - 2022

Images show plasticine original for:

Bronze, Signed Hamish Mackie
Numbered Edition of 12
Dated 2022

60cm high x 17cm wide x 54cm long
(23.5″ x 6.5″ x 21″)

Sculptures can be shipped world wide at cost, no VAT payable on exports outside the EU.

£8,800 inc VAT
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The Suffolk Punch was developed in the 16th century for farm work. During wartime, it also pulled artillery. However, with the mechanisation of agriculture, this draught horse lost popularity and numbers dwindled until it almost disappeared.

Numbers have slowly improved, but the breed is still listed as critical by the UK Rare Breeds Survival Trust. The Suffolk Horse Society records the UK population at less than 500, which makes them more critically endangered than the black rhino.

Suffolk Punches are always chesnut in colour. (The traditional spelling, still used by the Suffolk Horse Society, is without the middle ‘t’). They are shorter than other heavy breeds but more massively built, with a short back and a broad rump. They have an arching neck, sloping shoulders and short strong legs.

Hamish’s Suffolk Punch sculpture depicts a proud, well proportioned standing stallion, patinated in the traditional chesnut colour.

“A huge thank you to Bruce McKim of Thorpeley stud and his wonderful stallion Jenson for being so helpful in the making of this sculpture.” (Hamish Mackie)

Sculpture in the Making

The original clay model pictured is now being cast into bronze. To express your interest in Hamish’s new Suffolk Punch horse sculpture which will be coming out of the foundry soon, please contact Hamish on +44 (0)7971028098 or send him a message via the enquiry form below.

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