DAVID Michelangelo Marble Silber Münze 5$ Cook Islands 2010

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Famous Michelangelo masterpiece, is depicted on this Silver 925 coin antique finish with a real marble insert. Including a real miniature of the marble sculpture! Unique concept and unique in its kind. First in the series "sculptures of the world".

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Technische Daten
Land Cookinseln
Jahr 2010
Nominal 5 Dollar
Metall Silber
Feinheit (Reinheit) 925/1000
Gewicht (g) 25
Größe (mm) 30 x 38
Erhaltung Antik Finish
Auflage (Stück) 2.500
Zertifikat (COA) Ja
Etui Nein
 
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Perhaps the most famous statue in the world today is the Statue of David by Michelangelo.

In 1501 Michelangelo was commissioned to create the David by the Arte della Lana (Guild of Wool Merchant), who were responsible for the upkeep and the decoration of the Cathedral in Florence. For this purpose, he was given a block of marble which Agostino di Duccio had already attempted to fashion forty years previously, perhaps with the same subject in mind.

Michelangelo breaks away from the traditional way of representing David. He does not present us with the winner, the giant's head at his feet and the powerful sword in his hand. Rather, he portrays the youth as tense with a sense of gathering power immediately preceding the battle. Perhaps he has caught him just in the moment when he has heard that his people are hesitating, and he sees Goliath jeering and mocking them.

Michelangelo places him in the most perfect contraposto, as in the most beautiful Greek representations of heroes. The right-hand side of the statue is smooth and composed while the left-hand side, from the outstretched foot all the way up to the disheveled hair is openly active and dynamic. The muscles and the tendons are developed only to the point where they can still be interpreted as the perfect instrument for a strong will, and not to the point of becoming individual self-governing forms. Once the statue was completed, a committee of the highest ranking citizens and artists decided that it must be placed in the main square of the town, in front of the Palazzo Vecchio, the Town Hall. It was the first time since antiquity that a large statue of a nude was to be exhibited in a public place. Strength and Wrath were the two most important virtues, characteristic of the ancient patron of the city Hercules. Both these qualities of passionate strength and wrath were embodied in the Statue of David.

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