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The Triumphs of Caesar at the National Gallery [London]

This painting is one of nine canvases known as The Triumphs of Caesar, which can be counted amongst the finest achievements in Italian Renaissance art. They were probably painted for Franceso II Gonzaga (1466-1519), who became the 4th Marquis of Mantua in
The Triumphs of Caesar: 3. The Trophy Bearers ©

Six of Andrea Mantegna’s monumental paintings from the series The Triumphs of Caesar – considered to be amongst the finest achievements in Italian Renaissance art – have been loaned from the Royal Collection and can now be seen in a special display at the National Gallery. 

Other items from the Royal Collection are on long-term loan to the National Gallery

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