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“Luke Blackburn” 14-1/2’ x 10” in frame, artwork by Henry Stull and printed copyright by S.E. Cassino, 1881. Fine. the image shows Luke at the mounted feed bucket. (formerly Rex Stark inventory). Luke Blackburn (1877–1904) was a thoroughbred race horse born and bred in Tennessee by Capt. James Franklin. He was inducted into the US Horse Racing Hall of Fame in 1956. Henry Stull (1851-1913) began the study of horse anatomy at a veterinary college. With his flattering horse portraits, highly accurate in musculature, he also attracted the attention of other wealthy, powerful horse owners, who became his patrons and clients including William Whitney, Pierre Lorillard, Leonard Jerome, and several men who owned Kentucky Derby winners.
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Famous Period Lithograph of  a Hall of Fame Thoroughbred

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