Leonardo da Vinci's Horse

After a span of five hundred years, from Leonardo's proposal to the Duke Horse in Milan of Milan in 1482, to Allentown's Charles Dent reading about the unfinished work in 1977, The Horse was unveiled in Milan at the Cultural Park sponsored by SNAI on September 10, 1999. The Horse, brilliantly created by sculptor Nina Akamu and cast in bronze by the Tallix Art Foundry, represents the appreciation of the Americans for the genius of Leonardo and the legacy of the Italian Renaissance.
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