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Hannibal at the head of his elephants - Capitoline Museums

Hannibal at the head of his elephants - Capitoline Museums

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WHY BUY

  • Magnificent and real colors
  • Make any room elegant
  • Perfect for a prestigious gift

CHARACTERISTICS

Print on Amalfi handmade paper
Sheet size: 30 x 42 cm
Material: artwork printed on premium handmade Amalfi paper with frayed edges

Print on handmade Amalfi paper with frame
Sheet size: 30 x 42 cm
Framed: 32 x 44 cm
Material: artwork printed on premium handmade Amalfi paper with frayed edges, handmade beech wood frame

Pictorial canvas print
Size: 80 x 60 cm
Material: artwork printed on fine-grained pictorial canvas
Frame: light brown beech wood and handmade wood pulp

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The artwork

The image represents a vivid and dynamic battle scene, with a particular focus on Hannibal and his elephants. This painting is a depiction of one of the battles fought by Hannibal during the Punic Wars, where elephants played a significant role. In art, these scenes are characterized by a sense of movement and chaos, with large elephants at the center of the action, crushing and inciting panic among enemy troops.

The painting is rich in detail: soldiers in different combat poses, shining armor, horses and elephants depicted with great energy and strength. The colors are vibrant, with the soldiers' armor reflecting the light and the banners waving dramatically. It is an image that captures the intensity and brutality of warfare in antiquity, as well as the tactical ingenuity of Annibale Barca, one of history's greatest military strategists.

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