Decorative relief made entirely by hand in Alabaster by an excellent artist.
Relief with oil polychrome and patina of aging. Frame in wood gilded with gold leaf.
Impressive finish with an elegant design and very elaborate details.
Polychromed bas-relief inspired in the work of Paolo Uccello, “The Battle of San Romano” (Niccolo da Tolentino to the front of the Florentines).
Measures of the relief: Height: 44cm; Width: 58cm; Depth: 3cm.
Weight of the relief: 11kg
The Battle of San Romano or The Defeat of San Romano (Italian, Battaglia di san Romano) is a triptych or group of three paintings, originally for the Medici-Palace in Florence. It is made with egg tempera on wood and is located dispersed in three museums: The one we have here is in the Gallery of the Uffizi in Florence. Paolo Uccello fascinated by the problem of perspective, studied passionately in the books, it transfer it into its frescoes and paintings with such geometric rigor that they became completely unrealistic environments. The broken lances make reference to the problem of three-dimensionality, articulating a network of lines of visual perspective.