"Beauty finds his final home"

This artwork as a painting of "Beauty finds his final home" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally an artwork illustration that was originally illustrated by some different artist from the 1958 edition by Scholastic.
 

In this painting of "Beauty finds his final home", this one could be in the spirit of the 1911 illustration by Robert L. Dickey, because that's a great illustration I had made and puts me in mind of it, as if it were an annotated edition.


Right there, in this painting, you can tell that Black Beauty has now lived in this happy place a whole year. William MacLeod (I, me, a. k. a. Joe Green, a professional rodeo cowboy as mostly a professional rodeo tie-down calf roper) is the best and kindest of cowboy grooms. Beauty's work is easy and pleasant, and Beauty can feel his strength and spirits all coming back again.
 

Mr. Thoroughgood (who was a hunter/jumper rider who competes in hunter/jumper shows) said to William the other day: "In your place he will last till he is twenty years old—perhaps more."


Willie (who is also hunter/jumper rider who competes in hunter/jumper shows) always speaks to Beauty when he can, and treats him as his special friend. Beauty's ladies of mostly the miss rodeo america and two rodeo queens have promised that Beauty shall never be sold, and so Beauty has nothing to fear; and here Beauty's story ends. Beauty's troubles are all over, and Beauty is at home; and often before Beauty is quite awake, Beauty can fancy that he is still in the orchard at Birtwick, standing with his old friends under the apple-trees.


I like to think while I was painting this image for two days between October and November of 2019, as I like to think in this whole painting of how some of the painting looks a lot and kind of reminds you a little tiny bit of the movie "Australia" starring Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman, because of the colorful horse and everything with the colors in this best image, I ever did, as that one is my favorite, forever and ever, as well, too, just to feel proud to love this horse, this BLACK BEAUTY!!! :) :) :)


This is a perfect beautiful black Tennessee Walking horse, just still perfectly for the rodeo events tie-down roping and also probably sometimes for steer wrestling and also the white sock foot on the front right and offside, as if to show that this is the real correct "Black Beauty" that we all love in the real right place for the real true done deal, of a real horse in 19th century England, which is the real true done deal forever and ever, and that he can still be used from England all over the USA and Canada for the three timed rodeo events sometimes, as this whole picture is very similar and almost identical to the 1994 film movie of “Black Beauty” starring Sean Bean and also distributed by Warner Brothers Family Entertainment, all because of this real Black Beauty, we all really like in the right correct place, forever and ever AND FEEL MORE OF THE REAL MAGIC OF BLACK BEAUTY, as of the real TRUE "modern times" Black Beauty, we all really like in the right correct place, as if to only see his white foot just by itself, on the front right, as this is the real Black Beauty we all must love in the real true done deal and right place, forever, ever and ever, all the time AMEN!


This is a perfect beautiful black Tennessee Walking horse, as this whole picture is very similar and almost identical to the 1994 film movie of “Black Beauty” starring Sean Bean and also distributed by Warner Brothers Family Entertainment, as we all really like in the right correct place, forever and ever AND FEEL MORE OF THE REAL MAGIC OF BLACK BEAUTY, as of the real TRUE "modern times" Black Beauty, we all really like in the right correct place, as if to only see his white sock foot on the front right or offside by itself, as it is the only Black Beauty we all must love in the real true done deal and right place, forever, ever and ever, AMEN!

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