graf v. tilly
von ludwig i
koenig von bayern
Erfunden u. modellirt v.
v. L. v. Schwanthaler
Gegossen v. F, Miller
One of the three sculptures in the Feldherrnhalle (Field Marshals' Hall), built between 1841 and 1844 at the behest of King Ludwig I of Bavaria after the example of the Loggia dei Lanzi in Florence by architect Friedrich von Gärtner. It was a symbol of the honours of the Bavarian Army.
- Ludwig von Schwanthaler (München 1802-München 1848), German sculptor, son of Franz Jakob Schwanthaler (Wikipedia).
Sources & Information
Location (N 48°8'30" - E 11°34'38")
Item Code: deby033; Photograph: 4 September 2010
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