Museum Offers Prize to Name Leonardo's Horse

You don't have to be an artist or even connoisseur to name a work of art. The High Museum of Art in Atlanta is offering visitors the chance to give a new title to Leonardo da Vinci's “Sforza Horse” sculpture, which has been recreated for the museum. The contest was inspired by the museum's current Leonardo exhibit, which explores the artist's interest and influence on sculpture, especially the development of Renaissance sculpture. The winner will receive airline tickets, dinner for four, $100 to spend at the museum shop, and a class trip to the museum. Also on view in the exhibit are works by Donatello, Rubens, Verrocchio, and Rustici.