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TACCA, Pietro (1577-1640); GIAMBOLOGNA, Giovanni Bologna, ca

TACCA, Pietro (1577-1640); GIAMBOLOGNA, Giovanni Bologna, ca


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TACCA, Pietro (1577-1640); GIAMBOLOGNA, Giovanni Bologna, ca

TACCA, Pietro (1577-1640); GIAMBOLOGNA, Giovanni Bologna, called (1524-1608). Equestrian Statue of Philip III. SPAIN. Madrid. Main Square

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1524 1577 1608 1640 Bologna Called Equestrian Giovanni I Ii Main Philip Pietro Tacca Aisa Giambologna


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This stunning print captures the grandeur and majesty of the Equestrian Statue of Philip III, a masterpiece created by the renowned Italian artists Pietro Tacca and Giovanni Giambologna. The statue, which is housed in the Main Square of Madrid, Spain, is a testament to the artistic and historical significance of the Spanish monarch's reign during the early 17th century. Born in Bologna, Italy, in 1577, Pietro Tacca was a skilled sculptor who played a pivotal role in the creation of this equestrian monument. However, the design and initial work on the statue were carried out by his esteemed mentor, Giovanni Giambologna, who was born in the same city in 1524. Giambologna, also known as "Gian Lorenzo Bernini," was a leading figure in the Mannerist movement and is considered one of the greatest sculptors of the Italian Renaissance. The Equestrian Statue of Philip III was commissioned in 1593, just a few years after Philip's ascension to the Spanish throne. The monument was completed in 1608, following Giambologna's death, with Tacca overseeing the final stages of production. The statue stands at an impressive height of 12 meters and depicts Philip III on horseback, dressed in full armor, with a regal expression on his face. The statue was imported to Spain and placed in the Main Square of Madrid, where it has stood for over four centuries. It is now a cherished symbol of Spanish history and a must-see attraction for visitors to the city. The intricate details of the statue, from the lifelike depiction of the horse to the intricate armor and accessories, are evident in this beautiful print, which offers a glimpse into the artistic and historical importance of this remarkable work.

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