Huge white Carrara marble table 4 meters long

Huge white Carrara marble table 4 meters long

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White Carrara marble, hand made early twentieth century.The iron base of the table is produced by us.

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Height 29.13 in 74 cm
Width 35.43 in 90 cm
Length 157.48 in 400 cm
Thickness 1.57 in 4 cm
Weight 1300.73 lbs 590 Kg
Finish Levigato
Material Marmo bianco di Carrara
Note 01 Tavolo da lavoro del 1900
Volume weight Kgs 750
Volume m3 4,70

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This is a beautifully anatomical dissection table.
The marble top is virtually identical to what is depicted in the famous painting by Enrique Simonet: "The autopsy, 1890".

Simonet was born in Valencia. His first vocation of childhood was religious studies, but he abandoned it to devote himself to painting. Despite being Valencian and studying at the Saint Charles Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Valencia, he joined a circle of artists in the city of Málaga. He also attended the workshop of Bernardo Ferrándiz Bádenes, forming part of the Malaga school of painting.
In 1887 obtained a grant to study painting in the Fine Arts Academy in Rome, where he painted in 1890 Heart's Anatomy; a painting that would bring him international recognition and which won him several prizes. Taking advantage of his stay Simonet traveled throughout Italy, visited Paris several times and in 1890 he made a tour of the Mediterranean. He also traveled to the Holy Land, where he painted his monumental work Flevit super illam; work for which he received numerous medals including Madrid in 1892, Chicago in 1893, Barcelona in 1896 and Paris in 1900. In 1893 and 1894 Simonet traveled to Morocco as a war correspondent for the magazine La Ilustración Española y Americana.
In 1901 he became professor of Studies and Forms of Nature and Art, at the School of Fine Arts in Barcelona. In 1911 he became a member of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando in Madrid. Between 1921 and 1922 he was director of the Private Paular for landscapers.
Simonet died on April 20, 1927. His painting The Beheading of Saint Paul is in a preferred place at the Malaga Cathedral. Since he was also devoted to decorative painting and landscape, among his surviving works which stand out are the four large canvases on Allegories of Law in the Palace of Justice in Barcelona and Allegories of the Eight Provinces in the Palace of Justice in Madrid


 

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