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equestrian sculpture: see portraitureportraiture,
the art of representing the physical or psychological likeness of a real or imaginary individual. The principal portrait media are painting, drawing, sculpture, and photography. From earliest times the portrait has been considered a means to immortality.
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Nowadays the equestrian sculpture
is looking rather tired and rejected but at one time the creation was held in very high regard.
Ciriaco clearly had equestrian sculpture
on his mind in 1449, as he also refers to the ultimate predecessor for Donatello's Gattamelata at Padua, namely the bronze equestrian monument at Ferrara by Niccolo Baroncelli (d.
* Irving is also home to the Mustangs at Las Colinas, the world's largest equestrian sculpture
. These nine, larger-than-life bronze mustangs galloping across a granite stream lure tourists day and night.