The Florentine sculptor Foggini was an avid collector of Tempesta's engravings and in 1697 had 229 of them bound in a volume by his trusted librarian Jacopo Carlieri. The artist used these prints as a source of inspiration for his work and often copied them as an excerise. The present sheet is one of a group of finished drawings depicting in reverse Tempesta's celebrated suite of horses from different lands (ca. 1590), including one in The Cleveland Museum of Art (inv. 1973.34) and two in a private collection. We are grateful to Kira d'Alburquerque Porte for her assistance in cataloguing the present drawing.