Draught Horses after Max Middleton  by Pieter  Zaadstra

Canvas Prints

Small (10.0" x 8.0")


Draught Horses after Max Middleton by 

Sizing Information

Small 10.0" x 8.0"
Medium 15.0" x 12.0"
Large 20.0" x 16.0"
X large 25.0" x 20.0"


  • Each print is individually stretched and constructed for your order
  • Epson pigment inks using Giclée inkjets to ensure a long life
  • UV protection provided by a clear lacquer
  • Cotton/poly blend Canson canvas for brighter whites and even stretching

From original oil painting by Pieter Zaadstra.

Heavy Horses – painted in the stlye of Max Middleton.

Portrait painter Pieter Zaadstra learned the art techniques of the School of den Hague from his artist/teacher father, growing up in the Netherlands. After migrating to Australia and adapting his techniques to the new Australian light, Pieter won numerous art awards and made his name as a portrait painter with many high profile sitters. Pieter has published 5 art books – some of which can be viewed and purchased at www.zaadstra.com.au

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  • adgray
    adgrayover 5 years ago

    ☼ GORGEOUS!!! ☼
    I love the light and the movement!
    This is a stunning Ekphrasis of the master!
    ☼ BRAVO!! ☼

  • Pieter  Zaadstra
    Pieter Zaadstraover 5 years ago

    Thanks. I appreciate your comments. Watch this space as there are more of Pieter’s to upload.

  • GiselaSchneider
    GiselaSchneiderover 5 years ago

    fantastic creation and technical application, so well done!!!

  • Thanks Gisela!

    – Pieter Zaadstra

  • Elaine Green
    Elaine Greenover 5 years ago

    I have just discovered all of your work — Fantastic!!!

  • Many thanks Elaine.

    – Pieter Zaadstra

  • Diko
    Dikoover 5 years ago

    Wonderful work
    I can’t wait to see more


  • Meg Hart
    Meg Hartover 5 years ago

    I agree about the light and movement…This is beautiful.

  • Randy Sprout
    Randy Sproutover 5 years ago

    Probably not many in of your viewers get the attitude of these draft horses, but I lived this and can tell you that you are spot on. They have that resigned to the task look, not glorified like so many artist try to do. Excellent composition here also as the repeated horizontal elements of the binder draw the focus the viewer back to the figure!

  • Hi Randy – Pieter saw your comment a couple of days ago and really appreciates your sentiments. That is exactly what he intends to do. It is the same with the kelpies. They are working dogs, not doe-eyed romanticised creatures. That would be misunderstanding who they are – not to mention underestimating their intelligence. It is also nice that you have commented on the composition as this is always a crucial consideration in Pieter’s work. Cheers, Tanya

    – Pieter Zaadstra

  • Woodie
    Woodieover 5 years ago

    Love your style. Into faves and on my watchlist.
    Chhers Neil

  • Hi Neil – many thanks for your comments and interest.

    – Pieter Zaadstra

  • itsallgoodamanda
    itsallgoodamandaover 5 years ago

    Stunning album gorgeous work ,a credit to you ,cheers !

  • Thanks Amanda!

    – Pieter Zaadstra

  • Gabrielle  Hope
    Gabrielle Hopeover 5 years ago

    Really love this!!!

  • Cheers Gabrielle.

    – Pieter Zaadstra

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