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|"Leonardo da Brinci"|
Unicorn Painter "Leonardo da Brinci" in Princess Spike
|Mane||¤ Light spring budish gray and light pistachioish gray|
|Coat||Grayish spring bud|
| Cutie mark|
[specify] in My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Friendship Games
|Kind||Pony & Human|
|Mane||Dark grayish reddish brown|
|Hair||Dark amaranthish gray|
|Coat||Pale, light grayish gold|
|Skin||Light brilliant yellow|
Leonardo da Brinci and [specify] are the placeholder names of two ponies, the former an elderly unicorn stallion who first appears in Princess Spike and the latter a hornless[note 1] mare who first appears in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #14.
Depiction in the series
In the season five episode Princess Spike, "Leonardo da Brinci"—with his cutie mark of Mona Lisa more inclusive than in Gameloft's mobile game—appears painting a picture of Spike, which is exaggerated as in the episodes A Dog and Pony Show and Do Princesses Dream of Magic Sheep?
Depiction in film
Ep. 3, All About Alicorns, shows "Leonardo da Brinci" in a framed On Your Marks picture.
A framed picture of Fluttershy as Mona Lisa appears on My Little Pony: Art is Magic!, Vol. 2's cover.