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tonia marynell Tonia Marynell's Bianco Cava..


Life and Times of Man o War
  • Life and Times of Man o War
  • Oil Painting | 40" x 30"
  • oil
  • Oil on board depicting the life and times of Man o' War-greatest American racehorse. The irony of the silver shape in the background is it represents the Triple Crown Trophy. Man o' War did not run in the Kentucky Derby and therfore did not win the Triple Crown-but his greatest son War Admiral did and later faced Man'o War's grandson Seabiscuit in the greatest Match Race. But the greatest racehorse did not run in the Kentucky Derby and therefore did not win the Triple Crown-an irony. I am looking into having this painting reproduced in the near future.

Seattle Slew
  • Seattle Slew
  • Oil Painting | 24" x 18"
  • Oil on board of 1977 Triple Crown winner Seattle Slew. Used as a poster to benefit Old Friend's Equine Retirement home for old Thoroughbred champions. I am looking into having this reproduced in the near future.

Red Cloud
  • Red Cloud
  • Oil Painting | 42" x 60" x 1"
  • Oil on belgian linen. Researched the saddle and bridle and Indian decoration for this painting for accuracy. My own horse modeled for this painting. I am looking into having this reproduced in the near future.

Painted Paradise
  • Painted Paradise
  • Acrylic Painting | 30" x 20"
  • Acrylic on bristol board. Painted for the farm Painted Paradise to showcase their 3 studs. The black and white on the left was still a young colt at the time this was done.

Gable's Leading Ladies
  • Gable's Leading Ladies
  • Oil Painting | 30" x 40"
  • Oil on Board of Clark Gable-the King of Hollywood and some of his leading ladies, Joan Crawford, Vivien Leigh, Carole Lombard, Sophia Loren, Marilyn Monroe,Jean Harlow, Claudette Colbert and Greta Garbo.

Buck's Heroes Cover Art
  • Buck's Heroes Cover Art
  • Acrylic Painting | 12" x 6" x 1"
  • Cover illustration to the book Buck's Heroes about the War Dogs of Vietnam and their brave deeds and the close relationships they had with their handlers.These dogs saved more than 10,000 lives and yet were considered equipment at the end of the war and were therefore discarded and either euthanized or left behind. This book was honored on the Floor of the United States Congress upon Buck's death in March 2006.