Falcon on horse by Marine Oussednik

Date Created: 14 June 2017

Author: Marine Oussednik, born in 1967, French.

Source: Slaoui Abdou

Owner: Marine Oussednik

Location: France

  • France
  • Falcon
  • Painting
  • 21st Century
  • Hunting
  • Hoods
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With many thanks to Slaoui Abdou.


Marine Oussedik, born on May 20, 1967, is a painter, sculptor and an illustrator specialized in horses. In 1990, she graduated from ESAG Penninghen, the Higher College of Graphic Arts, and started exhibiting in Parisian galleries the following year. Immediately afterwards she was commissioned paintings by the Living Museum of the Horse in Chantilly to be permanently displayed in two rooms. At the same time she published a book, Les chevaux d’encre. Many art books would follow including Les chevaux du Sahara in 1998, Les chevaux du vent in 2002 and Les chevaux de rois in 2003. She would be rewarded by Prix Pégase for those last two books which testify to her passion for illustrations of all kind of horses, Arabians being her favorite. In 2014, she illustrated an art book dedicated to classical French riding with texts by Guillaume Henry.



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