Leonardo da Vinci's Horse
Leonardo's Horse is part of an equestrian monument designed by Leonardo da Vinci from 1482 to 1493, to be cast in bronze, of which only a lost clay model was able to be completed. Leonardo's horse drawings are now kept in Windsor Castle
The bronze sculpture found in Piazza della Libertà in Vinci reproduces on a smaller scale the horse that Leonardo had designed for an equestrian monument commissioned by Ludovico il Moro in honor of his father, first Duke of Milan, Francesco Sforza.
Height 24 cm (9,45 in.) - base 19 x 7,5 cm (7,5 x 2,9 in.)
Available on request also with marble base (in the photo model with marble base 25x12x4h weight 3 kg)