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Uriel: The Archangel Sculpture
 
By artist Gabriella Veronese
Honoring the archangels, those who “stand before the throne of God,” our museum-quality exclusive is a warrior of the heavenly army. Artist Veronese has sculpted the mighty and heroic warrior to embody the spirit, the passion, and the certainty of truth. From muscular physique to feathered wings, our gallery work of art is cast in quality designer resin with a rich, faux bronze finish.
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Approx. 8½"Wx6"Dx13½"H. 4 lbs.
 
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WU688641
WU968864
WU68868
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Beautiful piece I like this piece. The artist has portrayed Uriel as a commanding figure with his outstretched pointing hand and stern face. His power is in his stance, not the sword in his other hand. December 8, 2013
Very good for what it is The design is actually pretty good and the wings are quite magnificent. However, please note that this is NOT a bronze statute and there simply won't be a way to compete with a genuine quality bronze statute. I note this because it is replacing a lovely bronze Shakespeare bust and put side by side, the difference in the material is becomes evident. BUT for what it is - and especially considering the price I paid - it is really a pretty good deal. October 1, 2013
Warrior Angels I have two of these and the details are amazing. They look and weigh as though they are actually made of bronze. I plan on getting more statues in the near future. January 15, 2013
Uriel Angel is Amazing This is another beautiful example of what Toscano can do. This statue is absolutely beautiful! I have this statue sitting on my nightstand as well. The detail is incredable. January 15, 2013
Great Archangels I bought the pair. They are striking and well made, very solid. I feel protected. June 27, 2012
This sculpture is amazing - in fact, this picture does not do it justice. I ordered the set where I received Raphael as well, and while impressive, he is not as captivating as Uriel. The Uriel sculpture seems larger, and more solid. Also the pose, the expression and just the over all presentation are more daunting. I have never been a fan of sweet, innocent, cherubic looking angels. Both of these statues do justice to the concept of an "Archangel" - otherworldly protectors and defenders. April 8, 2009
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