Berggruen and Cie, 1955

Marino Marini (1901-1980) was a prolific Italian sculptor. He is particularly famous for his figurative equestrian statues, featuring a horse and rider with outstretched arms. Marini believed 'the entire history of humanity and nature can be found in the figure of the horse and rider'. In 1936, he was awarded the prize of the Quadriennale of Rome.

Marino Marini

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