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  • 94 Recto - by Leonardo da Vinci
  • 94 Recto Framed - by Leonardo da Vinci

094 Recto – by Leonardo da Vinci


Limited Edition Lithograph from The Queen’s Collection at Windsor Castle

23 x 27 in. (framed)


A study of the near fore-leg and shoulder of a horse, in profile to the left, the leg raised and bent, the hoof upturned; divided into sections with measurements below; with two notes.

Most of Leonardo’s measured drawings of horses show the animal standing with all legs straight, but a few study in detail the dimensions of the raised left foreleg. This was the intended final form of the equestrian monument commissioned from Leonardo by Ludovico Sforza, the ruler of Milan, to commemorate his father Francesco. The note at the top of the sheet identifies the horse measured as a Sicilian belonging to Galeazzo Sanseverino, the Captain-General of the Milanese army.

Text adapted from ‘Leonardo da Vinci: the Divine and the Grotesque’


Bequeathed to Francesco Melzi; from whose heirs purchased by Pompeo Leoni, c.1582-90; Thomas Howard, 2nd Earl of Arundel, by 1630; Probably acquired by Charles II; Royal Collection by 1690

Additional information

Weight 8 lbs
Dimensions 28 × 32 × 5 in