Bronze on granite base (Edition 4 of 18) Width – 44cms Height – 44cms Depth – 34cms
Dressage Horse Donnperignon
Bronze on granite base (Edition of 9) Length – 63cms Height – 47cms Depth – 13cms
Racehorse and Jockey
Bronze on granite base Height - 34cms Width - 29cms
Om El Bahreyn
Bronze on granite base (Edition of 14) Height - 47cms Width - 104cms
Lorne with Om El Bahreyn
Bronze on granite base (Edition of 14) Height - 49.5cms Width - 100cms
Bronze on granite base (Edition of 25) Height - 52cms Width - 83cms
Lorne with Adolfo Cambiaso
H.R.H Prince Charles on Pan's Folly
Rare bronze cast by the Royal Worchester Porcelain Company (Edition 2/2) Height - 43cms Width - 33cms
Turning the Game
Bronze on granite base (Edition of 18) Height - 56cms Width - 48cms
Bronze on granite base (Edition of 18) Height - Width -
Bronze on granite base (Edition of 31) Height - 42cms Width - 55cms
Bronze on granite base (Edition of 10) Height - 30cms Width - 57cms
Lorne began studying art seriously at the age of 11 when her work attracted the attention of Prince Serge Yourievitch, a contemporary and friend of Rodin, and under his guidance and encouragement she began modelling at his studio.
Lorne was a student at the Royal Academy Schools, winning the Leverhulme Scholarship, the Silver medal for sculpture combined with architecture, the Feodora Gleichen Scholarship and two of her sculptures were accepted at the Royal Academy when she was only 20. She was elected a member of the Society of Portrait Sculptors in 1969 and a Fellow of the Royal Society of British Sculptors in 1972.
Whether depicting them mid-flight, in the heat of a polo game or in a moment of calm reflection, all of Lorne’s works exude a deep love and respect for horses.
Lorne has worked with many greats from the polo and equine world such as: Adolfo Cambiaso, Lee Pearson, Carl Hester and H.R.H Prince Charles himself.
Above: Lorne McKean during the sculpting process of HRH Prince Philip on his polo pony and the final unveiling to HM The Queen.