Escultura, San Pablo - Al 84 cm - Mármol de carrara - Segunda mitad del siglo XX

Descripción
Escultura, San Pablo - Al 84 cm - Mármol de carrara - Segunda mitad del siglo XX
Italia, Venecia

Stunning Carrara marble sculpture depicting St. Paul, entirely carved by hand. From a private collection, Venice.

This sculpture is in a class of its own, for its large size and its condition. Perfectly proportioned and quite heavy.
Please note the remarkable care and precision of details, the amazing expression of faces and the skill in carving them from a single marble block. No gluing nor sticking, which increases its value and quality.
Hight craftsmanship and historical quality.
A unique lot, perfect as ornaments and much more. A truly precious sculpture. This item was one of a pair (Peter and Paul).

Saint Paul is represented with the sword, as he was killed by it. It was considered a noble way to die; he was a Roman citizen. The sword therefore symbolizes his martyrdom. But the sword is also given another meaning: Saint Paul is called ‘the apostle of the people’, as he was the first to understand that the message of Christ was extended to all humanity and not only to the Jews; he carried this message everywhere. The sword is an instrument of conquest. Saint Paul’s sword, which allowed him to conquer the world, was his word, his eloquence.

In excellent overall condition and intact.
In case of shipping, it will be delivered in wooden crate after professional packaging.
Affordable, safe and tracked international shipping.
The item can also be picked up at our warehouse.

Dimensions:
- Height 84 cm
- Base width 28 cm x depth 24 cm x height 24 cm
Weight: 75 kg.

Detalles del lote
Objeto
Escultura, San Pablo - Al 84 cm
Material
Mármol de carrara
Periodo estimado
Segunda mitad del siglo XX
País de origen
Italia, Venecia
Dimensiones
84×28×24 cm
Peso
75 kg
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