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Strength of Man Quality Lost Wax Bronze Statue
 
Cast in the traditional lost wax bronze method
This contemporary bronze statue was conceived from the Stalinist manifesto that states that the artist ought to lend a hand in the utopian goals of the Soviet Union. Created by artist E. Byler in 1930, 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. This Design Toscano exclusive high quality lost wax bronze Soviet era sculpture is hand rubbed in a multidimensional sepia patina finish and set atop a bevel-edged solid marble base for distinctive display. The nude male sculpture is individually cast in the traditional lost wax method, which highlights the sculptural uniqueness and guarantees heirloom quality. Color patina is applied by hand one piece at a time, tone may vary slightly.

9"Wx5"Dx11½"H. 8 lbs.
 
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