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Titled "Royal Horse," the Neoclassical Pop Art artwork inspired by Leonardo da Vinci's Silverpoint on prepared paper "Studies of a Horse," created c.1488, currently at the Royal Library, Windsor
In 1482, the Duke of Sforza’s commissioned da Vinci to create the tallest equine statue in the world. The original drawing is part of da Vinci's Study for the Sforza Monument. Most of the sketches for The Horse got lost over the centuries.
The 24-foot clay model designed for a vineyard near the Duke’s castle planned to be cast in bronze using a revolutionary method, but da Vinci created only the clay model.
Unfortunately, the victorious French archers used it for target practice, reducing it to a pile of clay. Some say that to his last day, da Vinci never ceased mourning the lost model.
Take your home interior design to the next level. This Metal print is made from 100% recycled aluminum, and the surface is scratch resistant, weatherproof, and waterproof. Easy to clean with glass cleaner, but please avoid direct sunlight exposure.