Capturing a timeless elegance in bronze

How does one speak of the horse, an animal of such complexity that so many words are used to speak of them: powerful, majestic, wilful, gentle, words which can describe a whole herd, or even a single horse at different times.

The challenge for the sculptor is to translate these evocative characteristics into collectable artworks, and when the sculptures reach this level of excellence, they become a focal point of attention and pride in any home.

Noel’s horse bronzes are represented by The Osborne Studio Gallery in Motcomb Street, Belgravia, London, SW1X 8JU, United Kingdom

Wind Horse

When I reflect on the grace and majesty of a horse in motion, I think about flow, that incredible dynamic of pure muscle and power that is transformed into something difficult to describe but instantly recognizable – that was the challenge that inspired this sculpture, and the creative language that gave it flight”.

Limited edition of 25

Dimensions H.330mm x D.120mm x L.840mm

Wind Horse was the pride of the show.” (Carina du Randt, Cavalli Gallery)

Wild and Free

Limited edition of 9

Dimensions H.460mm x D.250mm x L.1220mm

Horses of the Camargue

Limited edition of 25

Dimensions H.550mm x W.720mm x D.340mm