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Gentiluomo a cavallo, 1937
Original plaster
60 1/5 × 50 4/5 × 35 in
153 × 129 × 89 cm
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London, Milan, St Moritz
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Robilant + Voena
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Gentiluomo a cavallo is one of the finest and earliest examples of Marino Marini's enduring …

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Gentiluomo a cavallo is one of the finest and earliest examples of Marino Marini's enduring theme of the rider on horseback. Created in 1937, this large-scale bronze develops the equestrian theme that first appeared in Marini's three-dimensional sculptural work two years previously. Marini spent much of the …

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The present sculpture is an original plaster model for a bronze which was cast in five examples. This plaster was restored by the artist himself in 1977. Six bronze casts are known of the present sculpture, one of the three numbered early editions is in the collection of Ottawa’s National Gallery of Canada. The three later bronze editions in 1970s include one in the House of Parliament in Rome. The plaster duplicate used to pull these later casts is now property of Museum Marino Marini, San Pancrazio, Florence.
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About the work
Exhibition history
Bibliography
Robilant + Voena
London, Milan, +1 more
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Gentiluomo a cavallo is one of the finest and earliest examples of Marino Marini's enduring …

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Gentiluomo a cavallo is one of the finest and earliest examples of Marino Marini's enduring theme of the rider on horseback. Created in 1937, this large-scale bronze develops the equestrian theme that first appeared in Marini's three-dimensional sculptural work two years previously. Marini spent much of the …

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Series
The present sculpture is an original plaster model for a bronze which was cast in five examples. This plaster was restored by the artist himself in 1977. Six bronze casts are known of the present sculpture, one of the three numbered early editions is in the collection of Ottawa’s National Gallery of Canada. The three later bronze editions in 1970s include one in the House of Parliament in Rome. The plaster duplicate used to pull these later casts is now property of Museum Marino Marini, San Pancrazio, Florence.
Image rights
Courtesy of Robilant+Voena
Gentiluomo a cavallo, 1937
Original plaster
60 1/5 × 50 4/5 × 35 in
153 × 129 × 89 cm
Contact For Price
London, Milan, St Moritz
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