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Piazza della santissima annunziata - Stock Image

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Equestrian statue of Ferdinando I de' Medici (Grand Duke of Tuscany) on the "Piazza Santissima Annunziata" in Florence.
Giambologna's equestrian bronze of Ferdinando I de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany for the Piazza della SS. Annunziata; completed by his assistant, Pietro Tacca.
Tacca, Born in Carrara, Tuscany, he joined Giambologna's atelier in 1592. Tacca took over the workshop of his master on the elder sculptor's death in 1608, finishing a number of Giambologna's incomplete projects, and succeeding him almost immediately as court sculptor to the Medici Grand Dukes of Tuscany.
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