Religious Outdoor Bronze Famous Garden Mary Sculpture
The bronze Mary holding the infant Jesus looks very noble from a distance. The Virgin Mary holding the baby Jesus, both wearing crowns, a symbol of high status. The Virgin Mary holds the scepter in her right hand and Jesus in her left. Jesus sat quietly in Mary’s arms, with two fingers pointing to heaven representing the Father and the Son. Flowers surround their statues to show how much they were respected. If you are a Christian, this bronze garden Mary sculpture you can put in your garden.
|MATERIAL:||Bronze/ Brass/ Copper|
|SIZE:||Lifesize/ Customized Size|
|TECHNOLOGY:||Lost-wax Casting Process|
|PACKING:||Wooden Cases/ Iron Boxes|
|ADVANTAGE:||Factory Direct, Door to Door Delivery|
Madonna is the representative of Mary alone or with her child Jesus
Madonna is the representative of Mary alone or with her child Jesus. These images are the central ICONS of the Catholic and Orthodox churches. The word comes from the Italian ma Donna ‘my lady’. Madonna and child types are very common in Christian portraiture, divided into many traditional subtypes, especially in Orthodox portraiture. Usually known for the location of the type’s prominent ICONS. The term Madonna in the sense of “picture or statue of the Virgin Mary” entered English usage in the 17th century, mainly referring to Italian Renaissance works. In Orthodox contexts, such images are often referred to as Theotokos. “Madonna” is often used to depict Mary, with or without the baby Jesus, as the focal point and central figure of the image, possibly surrounded or surrounded by angels or saints. Other types of Marian images have a narrative setting and depict scenes from the life of the Virgin, such as the Annunciation of the Madonna, and are not usually referred to as “Madonna”. Humble Madonna is a depiction of Madonna sitting on the ground or on a low cushion. She could be holding the baby Jesus on her lap. Just like our garden Mary sculpture. The style is a product of Franciscan piety, perhaps thanks to Simone Martini. It spread rapidly in Italy, and by 1375, examples began appearing in Spain, France, and Germany. It is the most popular of the styles of the early Trecento art period.
The most common statue we see is the Virgin standing with the baby Jesus in her arms
In addition to garden Mary sculptures like ours. One of the most common statues we see is the Virgin standing with the baby Jesus in her arms. Madonna’s full-length standing image includes more baby Jesus, turning to the audience or raising his hand in blessing. This type of image is often found in sculpture, probably in the flimsy ivory carvings, in the limestone on the central doorjamb of many cathedrals, and in the colorful wooden or plaster models of almost every Catholic church. There are many famous paintings of the Virgin in this way, especially Raphael’s Sistine Madonna. Whether you want a standing Mary with Jesus in her arms or a sitting Mary with Jesus in her arms, we have the right statue for you. We also have many other garden Mary sculptures on our home page. We also have many other Jesus sculptures. If you are interested in it, welcome to contact us.
|1. Confirming the details drawing / 3D model / Pictures with clients.|
|2. Making clay model according to drawing/client’s photos/ 3D model.|
|3. Lost-Wax casting bronze/brass statues.|
|4. Welding and Chasing.|
|5. Patina and wax surface, take all different views pictures/ videos, show to clients.|
|6. Packing into wooden cases after clients are satisfied with sculptures.|
|Packaging:||Inside: Soft Plastic Foam/ Blanket.|
|Outside: Strong Wooden Cases Or Iron Boxes.|
|Shipping:||1. By Sea (Special For Life-size Sculptures And Large Sculptures).|
|2. By Air (Special For Small Sculptures Or When Clients Need Sculpture Very Urgently).|
|3. By Express Delivery DHL, TNT, UPS, OR FEDEX.. (Door To Door Door Delivery, About 3-7 Days Can Reach).|
|Please kindly contact us! We will depend on your sculpture and local situation, find the best delivery way for your reference.|