Marino Marini is best known for his sculptures celebrating the horse and rider theme in stylized form. This work is from his series of artwork on the same almost mythical subject, which was the core of this artist’s life’s work. The art work was created in1953, and this rare print was professionally framed in Caracas not too much later. It is still, however, in good condition, with only minor scuffs and surface wear. Wood frame, the plate signed print is behind glass. We were unable to find any other prints of this work, making it quite rare.
35.25" H x 28.75" W; Print itself is 23.5" x 16.75
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