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Leonardo's Horse (also known as Gran Cavallo) is a sculpture that was commissioned of Leonardo da Vinci in 1482 by Duke of Milan Ludovico il Moro, but not completed.It was intended to be the largest equestrian statue in the world, a monument to the duke's father Francesco.
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The Da Vinci Science Center (DSC), as it is known today, took shape in July 2003 with the merger of the Discovery Center of Science and Technology and Leonardo da Vinci’s Horse, Inc. (LDVHI) – the nonprofit organization that actualized Leonardo’s vision of placing a 24-foot bronze horse statue in Milan, Italy.
Leonardo’s “Horse That Never Was” would have assured his unparalleled reputation as a sculptor. This is the romantic story of Leonardo’s unfulfilled passion, the resurrection of the idea by Charles C. Dent, and the gift of The Horse to the people of Italy.
May 2, 2019 marks the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death, and a statue based on a rare model made by the great artist and inventor is in the spotlight.
Discover Leonardo's Horse - Il Cavallo dello Sforza in Milan, Italy: Da Vinci's equestrian statue, 500 years in the making.
Clay model of the horse for equestrian statue to Francesco I Sforza was completed by Leonardo da Vinci in Milan 1492; cast as an equine statue and placed in Milan outside the racetrack of Ippodromo del Galoppo in 1992.
We expected better management of this land mark to align with the effort made by Leonardo and the people who persisted to support his dream to construct this huge and amazing horse statue.
The equestrian statue, with a horse-mounted rider, dates back to ancient Rome, when military leaders and emperors commissioned bronze statues to emphasize their leadership roles. Eventually, they were melted down and the bronze was reused for other statues. The only remaining equestrian statue in Rome is that of Marcus Aurelius on Capitoline Hill.