The following citations are provided below for illustrations that are not credited within the text of the site.
The Bloody-Shoulder Mare. 1991 oil painting by Karen Kasper; Fippen collection.
Top: Mameluke purchasing an Arab stallion from an Eastern horse dealer. Oil painting by George Henry Laporte (1799-1873); courtesy of the Arabian Horse World archives.
Bottom: Col. John W. Fippen (1922- 1997). Photograph circa 1953; Fippen collection.
Top: An Oasis. Watercolor by Lady Anne Blunt; reprinted from Lady Wentworth, The Authentic Arabian Horse (1962 edition), opp. 113.
Top: Wilfrid and Lady Anne Blunt in the library at Crabbet Park. Photograph, reprinted from Margaret Greeley, Arabian Exodus (1975), 46.
Bottom: Thoth. Engraving from E.A. Wallis Budge, The Book of the Dead: Papyrus of Ani, (1913); courtesy A. Bloch collection.
Top: An Arab Horse of Najd. Lithograph, reprinted from Prince Mohamed Aly, Breeding of Pure Bred Arab Horses II (1936), opp.86.
Bottom, left to right: Ra'adin Inshalla, 1968 stallion (*Ansata ibn Halima x Allah Atteyah); photograph by Robert Gasper. *Bint Moniet el Nefous, 1957 mare (Nazeer x Moniet el Nefous); photograph, Pritzlaff collection. Roufah, 1965 mare (Ibn Fa-Serr x Bah Roufa); photograph by Johnny Johnston.
Vision for the Future
Lady Anne Blunt in Arab Dress. Oil painting reproduced from Lady Wentworth, The Authentic Arabian Horse (1962 edition), opp.80.
Top: The Mare of Baz. Lithograph reprinted from W.R. Brown, The Horse of the Desert (1929), opp.156.
Bottom: Midday Halt on the March. Watercolor by Lady Anne Blunt; reprinted from Lady Wentworth, The Authentic Arabian Horse (1962 edition), opp. 96.