© C. Degueurce - library at the École nationale vétérinaire de Maisons-Alfort

Plate representing the skeleton of a trotting horse, taken from The Anatomy of the Horse by George Stubbs, 1766

This work appeared in the same year as the formation in France of the Royal Veterinary School of Paris. Written by George Stubbs, the famous English painter, it displayed various anatomy drawings of a horse taken from the trot position and several angles. After Ruini, it is one of the first representations of the horse's anatomy.
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