Monument to Marchese Spinetta Malaspina
Antonio da Firenze - circa 1430-1435
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This memorial to Spinetta Malaspina (a Italiian military commander who died in 1407), can be found in the V&A Museum in London. Most likely it was gilded and painted with bright colors. The equestrian motif is typical for Verona.

The Victoria and Albert has a page for the artwork here.

Owner/Location: Victoria and Albert Museum - London (United Kingdom)
Dates: circa 1430-1435
Artist age:Approximately -11 years old.
Dimensions: Unknown
Medium: Sculpture - marble
stucco, marble, and Istrian stone
Entered by: Member chris_mccormick on 11 October 2012.
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