Size size height 65.0 cm x length 73.0 cm x depth 16.0 cm,
of the marble base 66.0 cm x 24.0 cm
Signed on the base D. Calandra 1915
Davide Calandra born in Turin October 21, 1858 died Sep 8. 1915 in Turin
Calandra was a sculptor known far beyond Italy, he studied at the Akademia Albertina of the well-known art college in Turin. In 1880 his works were shown at the exhibition of fine arts in Turin as well as at the national exhibition of artists in Italy. Three of his works were also exhibited there; in addition to large animal representations, he also made portrait busts and relief panels in bronze.
His most famous works are:
Horse sculpture with Bartholomé Miter in Buenos Aires
Horse sculpture with Prince Luici Amedeo in Parma
Horse sculpture King Umberto II Villa Borghese in Rome
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