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This reproductions are new, individually printed and proofed, superior quality, giclee* process, fine art prints.

Each is printed on 100% cotton rag acid-free, heavyweight fine art paper with a smoothe matte finish and archival pigment inks to ensure permanence.

Reproduced at Leonardo's actual dimensions, they are printed on larger 11 x 8.5 inch paper to allow ample room for matting and framing.

The Notebook Drawings of Leonardo Da Vinci
Three Equestrian Studies

Equestrian Study, c.1494
Studies for an Equestrian Monument, c.1517
Equestrian Monument Study, c.1517

1. Equestrian Study, c.1494
This drawing was probably made for the great Sforza monument that took him to Milan, in the 1480s. A master of human and animal anatomy, he sketched horses throughout his lifetime for both his medical and artistic projects.

Image Size: 8.4 x 6.3 inches (on larger 11 x 8.5 inch paper to allow ample borders for matting and framing)
Original Medium: Metalpoint on colored prepared paper

2. Studies for an Equestrian Monument, c.1517
Leonardo had designed a number of Equestrian Monument projects over the years beginning with the famous and (and shortly there after destroyed) gigantic clay model to Francesco Sforza of Milan in the 1480s. This study is for a French monument he contemplated during the last years of his life in France.

Image Size: 8.8 x 6.3 inches (on larger 11 x 8.5 inch paper to allow ample borders for matting and framing)
Original Medium: Black chalk, pen and ink

3. Equestrian Monument Study, c.1517
The horse in profile, delicately drawn, as Leonardo must have envisioned him on the plinth, already cast in bronze. The two sketches below explore poses of the horse with twisting and raised head.

Image Size: 8 x 5.6 inches (on larger 11 x 8.5 inch paper to allow ample borders for matting and framing).
Original Medium: Black chalk, pen and ink

Reproductions - Heavyweight Fine Art Paper, smooth matte finish & archival pigment inks. Image Size - actual, printed on larger 11 x 8.5 inch paper to allow ample borders for matting and framing
The Drawings of Leonardo da Vinci
Artist, inventor and quintessential Renaissance man, Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) was the most relentlessly curious man in history. During his lifetime he produced over 20,000 pages of notes and drawings of which some 4000 pages survive today. Now collectively known as The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci, this extensive body of notes, sketches and drawings explored subjects as diverse as anatomy, architecture, painting, military science, music and zoology among dozens of others.

While Leonardo conceived his drawings as scientific studies and sketches for his paintings, his draftsmanship is breathtaking and his drawings stand as works of art in their own right.

NOTE: The Da Vinci Art Prints watermark on this image is for computer viewing only and of course NOT on the actual print.

PayPal only please. Prints ship flat in an envelope between heavy cardboard.

**the giclee process produces a high quality, fine art reproduction from a high-resolution digital file of an image. The file is then printed with a high-resolution photo generation printer on a fine art paper. Most artists and working photographers today use the giclee process to produce reproductions of their original artwork and photographs.

As with any original art or fine art reproduction, it is recommended that prints are framed and displayed under glass to prevent color fade or shift over the years.

Fine Art Reproductions. Three Equestrian Studies, c.1494 -1517. Drawings by Leonardo da Vinci. 3 Fine Art Prints.

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