225 Madison Avenue at 36th Street, New York, NY 10016. Just a short walk from Grand Central and Penn Station
[Livro de la Menscalcia de li cavalli]
Italy, perhaps in Apulia, early 15th century
MS M.735 fol. 81v
1) Bridled horse with tongue sticking out.
2) Large bird, possibly heron, holds container in beak, and man with bird feet, holding container in left hand and mounted on horse, places horn in the horse's mouth. The horse is bridled and tied to hitching post.
Unframed colored drawings illustrating chapters 59 and 60 (respectively).
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