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The most famous and celebrated equestrian sculpture in the world today is the antique statue of Marcus Aurelius on the Capitoline Hill in Rome, which was produced towards the end of the second century. During the Renaissance, artists vied to reproduce Roman equestrian sculpture. Not until the early fifteenth century, when Donatello achieved his monumental statue of Gattamelata, was the skill relearned, and during the centuries that followed Europe’s great squares and piazzas were filled with sculptures of great individuals on horseback.
Mayfair Gallery’s impressive collection of equestrian sculpture includes examples after ancient originals, models after the magnificent Marly Horses of Coustou, and more recent pieces by famed contemporary artists.
Browse below to discover our full range of antique equestrian sculpture.
See our full collection of antique sculpture.