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Strength of Man Quality Lost Wax Bronze Statue
(c. 1930) by E. Byler
This contemporary bronze sculpture was concieved from the Stalinist manifesto that states artist ought to lend a hand in the utopian goals of the Soviet Union. The fluid movement of the idealized nude male bronze sculpture stands testament to the strength of man as he beats his sword into a plowshare. Our Design Toscano gallery quality lost wax bronze statue is set atop a bevel-edged solid marble base for distinctive display. A timeless Bronze sculpture, this is classic art at its finest.

8½"Wx4½"Dx10½"H. 7 lbs.