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The Fallen Angel Bonded Marble Statue
 
by Ricardo Bellver (1845-1924), 1922, Parque del Buen Retiro, Madrid

Admirers of both classic art and literature will welcome this high-profile piece created for the 1877 Universal Exposition in Paris and inspired by a passage from John Milton's Paradise Lost. Our scaled version is bonded natural marble, designed to capture the same awe-struck expression and feathered wings worn by the original, now immortalized in Madrid's beautiful Rosaleda Rose Garden.

7½"Wx5½"Dx12"H. 3 lbs.
 
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male angel LOVE THIS! Historically and Biblically...angels are all males. Victorians made angels into women and babies, and that image has stuck in modern artwork. VERY hard to find male angels that look masculine. LOVE this...and it's a fabulous addition to my collection! Beautiful work. Great heft. Does not feel cheap. Does not look cheap. Quality product in every sense of the word. Good job Design Toscano! January 12, 2015
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