An 18th century Dutch Delft tile depicting a spotted horse in a landscape with boats in the distance and four 'spider' or 'bee' motifs. Dutch. Circa 1780.
In mid-18th-century Europe there was a great demand for horses with the complex leopard-spot pattern among the nobility and royalty. These horses were used in schools of horsemanship, for parade use, and other forms of display
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