The Goldelse is an undisputed icon of Berlin. In the middle of Tiergarten, this golden angel perched on the Victory Column contemplates the traffic of the city passing at his feet.
It was created in 1864 on the occasion of Prussia’s victory in the German-Danish war. In 1938 it was moved to its present location in the Große Stern.
After the war the column was badly damaged, it was finally restored in 1980.
Material: Hahnemühle Photo Rag Baryta 315 gm
Size: 80 cm x 60 cm.
Numbered series: 10
Only the print of the photograph is sold. The frame is not included. Ask about framing possibilities.
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Author: Nestor Barbitta
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About the artist
Nestor Barbitta graduated as Audiovisual Designer from the University of Buenos Aires.
He is a photojournalist, professional drone pilot and teacher of photography.
Winner of the 3rd prize Itaú Artes Visuales 2019-2020 with his aerial photography “Partido”.