Tuesday, 30 October 2018

Fendi, London

You really have to see this in the 'flesh' to appreciate the brightness of these versions of Michelangelo's sculpture of David within Fendi's window scheme right now.  The large sized pieces are obviously a shorter version of the original which apparently is 17 feet in height.  The backdrop also has miniature White versions of the 'David' placed in a repetition format.  Just to add an interesting fact, another replica of this sculpture was shown here in London at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1857 and Queen Victoria was so taken aback by its nudity that she ordered that a plaster fig leaf be placed over, well you know what, before it went on public display.

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