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Leonardo da Vinci Horse and Rider 


                    New Book by Ernesto Solari


 Leonardo da Vinci – Horse and Rider, documents the in-depth examination and research of Horse and Rider, the only surviving sculptural work known to exist today, authenticated to be “by Leonardo himself”. Art historian, author and noted Leonardo scholar, Professor Ernesto Solari’s eye witness account of discovering ‘symbols’, ‘secret codes’, a date, a fingerprint and even the masters signature, further attribute the genius of Horse and Rider to the great Renaissance Master.
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