Emperor Carlos V on Horseback, 1548 by Titian
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Emperor Carlos V on Horseback, 1548
Prado Museum Madrid Spain
Original Size:335 x 283 cm
This painting reproduction will be completely painted by hand with oil paints on a blank linen canvas. We add additional 1.6" (4cm) of blank canvas above the offered size which will be used to stretch the canvas on a stretcher-bar.
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Titian's portraiture was particularly intense in the second half of the decade 1540-50. During his Roman sojourn in '45, the Pope had sat for him several times. An unforgettable page in his career is the Paul III and His Nephews, a psychological study of three personalities, of a world, of an epoch.
It is not surprising that the Emperor called Titian to Augsburg - where he had convoked the Diet and was staying with his splendid court and the feudatories of his vast empire - to serve as official portraitist. To handle the numerous commissions, Titian had brought with him his son Orazio, Cesare Vecellio and an able follower, Lamberto Sustris.
The portrait of Charles V, however, was executed by Titian himself, and in quite a short time - from April to September 1548. It is a portrait commemorating the Battle of Mulberg of 1547, in which the Emperor had defeated the Protestant princes.
The image of the Emperor, however, is not that of a victorious hero. It is the symbol of a strength of will that commits the individual to contend against enormous forces, that goads him on, consumes him. We do not know how much awareness there was in the artist in creating this historic interpretation, but there is no ambiguity in the reading of the picture, and his splendid series of portraits of famous people assures us that Titian possessed the ability to penetrate men and human events. The colours are darkling, perhaps emphasized by restorations that followed the damage incurred in a fire in the 18th century. The brushwork that builds up the sumptuous armour, the severe face, is laid on heavily. The heraldic disposition of the knight on horseback is exemplary.