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The pedestal under the horse is composed of two reliefs toward the top with fake doors underneath.

The doors symbolize the gates of the underworld, lending the feeling of a tomb, though the monument was never a burial place.

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Measuring 340 x 390 cm (the base measuring 780 x 410 cm, The statue, as were all bronze statues of this time, was made using the lost wax method.

The statue sits on a pedestal, and both the condottiero and his horse are portrayed in life size.

It portrays the Renaissance condottiero Erasmo da Narni, known as "Gattamelata", who served mostly under the Republic of Venice, which ruled Padua at the time.

After Erasmo of Narni's death in 1443, according to John Julius Norwich, the Republic of Venice, as a sign of gratitude and respect, paid for a sculpture in his honor.GRADE : X42, X46, X52, X56, X60, X65, X70, X80, PSL 1, PSL 2, Sour Service SIZE Seamless : 1/2” to 42” ERW : 1/2” to 42” LSAW : 24" and above HSAW : 24" and above SPECIALIST : NACE MR0175 / ISO15156, Sour Service, Impact Test, HIC Tested, SSC Tested SERVICES : Cut to Size, Galvanizing, Rust Protective Paint, Threading, Odd Sizes, Sand Blasted, Overlay, Colour Coding. EXPORTING : United States, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Middle East, Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain, Lebanon, Egypt, Turkey, Qatar, Yemen, Iran, Iraq, Nigeria, Brazil, Australia, Mexico, South America, South Africa, Chile, Venezuela. We have following materials available for immediate shipment: 1. Erasmo da Narni (Gattamelata) sits high on his horse, looking out to the distance. Donatello portrays Gattamelata as a composed, alert and watchful leader.The depiction of force of character and the reference to the power of real people flows with the Renaissance themes of individualism and humanism.While that rider is also in fairly realistic proportion to his horse, he lacks the strength of Gattamelata.