Water Colour Painting by Claude Buckle The Camargue Bulls

Water colour by Claude Buckle entitled the Camargue Bulls
This lively water colour picture shows the rounded up of a Camargue bull in southern France. Claude Buckle captures the excitement of the moment. Very fine water colour depiction of riders and horses in motion. The Camargue is a triangle formed by the two branches of the Rhone and the Mediterranean, the 360-square-mile delta is for the most part a lonely barren plain of rough pasture, grazed by black bulls and white horses. Created in 1970.
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Map of the Camargue southern France
Map of the camargue in southern france