Strength of Man Iron Statue
(c. 1930) By artist E. Byier
This piece traces its roots to the Stalinist manifesto that stated artists ought to contribute to the Utopian goals of the Soviet Union. The fluid movement of the idealized male figure stands as testament to the strength of man as he beats his sword into a plowshare. Our gallery quality foundry iron casting is set atop a bevel-edged solid marble base for distinctive display.
8½"Wx5"Dx11"H. 9 lbs.
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