File:Carlos V en Mühlberg, by Titian, from Prado in Google Earth.jpg

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Carlos V en Mühlberg, by Titian, from Prado in Google Earth.jpg

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Titian: Equestrian Portrait of Charles V  wikidata:Q1123378 
Artist
Titian: Equestrian Portrait of Charles V
Title
Object type painting
Description
Español: Retrato ecuestre del emperador Carlos I de España (1500-1558), que aparece llevando la armadura que usó en la batalla de Mühlberg, que se libró en 1547 y en la que el emperador derrotó aplastantemente a los protestantes alemanes.
Date 1548
Medium oil on canvas
QS:P186,Q296955;P186,Q4259259,P518,Q861259
Dimensions Height: 335 cm (10.9 ft); Width: 283 cm (111.4 in)
dimensions QS:P2048,335U174728;P2049,283U174728
Sala 027
Accession number
P00410
Notes
Deutsch: Dieses Porträt von Kaiser Karl V. (1500-1558) zu Pferde entstand im Gedenken an den Sieg der kaiserlichen Truppen über die Protestanten bei Mühlberg. Die scheinbare Schlichtheit der Komposition birgt eine vielschichtige Symbolik, die Karl V. in seiner Eigenschaft als christlicher Ritter und Erbe der römischen Kaisertradition zeigt. Ein Beispiel hierfür ist die Lanze, die der Kaiser in seiner rechten Hand hält und die nicht nur ein Machtsymbol der Cäsaren war, sondern auch auf die Waffe des Heiligen Georg und die Lanze des Longinus während der Passion Christi anspielt (Longinus war ein römischer Soldat, der seine Lanze in den Leib Christi stieß und später zum Christentum übertrat.).

Als formale Vorläufer der Komposition werden die Darstellungen der Reiterstatue von Kaiser Mark Aurel (121-180) in verschiedenen Stichen Albrecht Dürers, wie „Ritter, Tod und Teufel“, sowie Werke von Hans Burgkmair genannt.

Die kaiserliche Rüstung ist Teil der Waffensammlung des Madrider Königspalastes.

Das Werk wurde für Maria von Ungarn geschaffen und geriet zum dynastischen Innbild schlechthin des österreichischen Königshauses. Im Jahr 1827 wurde es in die Sammlung des Prado-Museums aufgenommen.
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Source/Photographer The Prado in Google Earth: Home - 7th level of zoom, JPEG compression quality: Photoshop 10.
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