Bull Elephant Jungle African Room Feng Gift Bronze Marble Sculpture Statue 

EuropeanBronzeSKU: DW-182

Sale price$549.00$274.50
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Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base:
Height 16" X Width 13"
Marble Dimensions: Diameter 7"

Height without base:15"
Weight:27 LBS

Imagine the members of an elephant clan gathered on the banks of a watering hole in the scorching plains of Africa. Having reached their final destination after an epic migration, these majestic creatures trumpet their trunks into the air in a moment of shared reverie. The elephant, the largest land animal, has long held sacred significance in the East. Renowned as a symbol of strength and power, it carries deep cultural meanings. In Buddhist traditions, white elephants symbolize patience and wisdom, while in Chinese culture, elephants are seen as embodiments of energy, strength, and power. Ganesha, a Hindu deity with an elephant's head, further emphasizes the reverence for this magnificent creature. This handmade bronze sculpture captures the essence of these symbolic associations.

Crafted with precision using the ancient method of lost-wax casting, the sculpture showcases the artistry involved in preserving intricate details. The elephants, frozen in a moment of collective celebration, are depicted with lifelike accuracy, paying homage to their grandeur and cultural significance. The brown patina finish applied to the bronze enhances its visual appeal while serving as a protective layer for long-lasting preservation. Signed by the artist Milo, this sculpture stands as a testament to his skill and dedication, capturing the spirit of these revered animals.

The art of lost wax, an age-old technique, contributes to the timeless quality of this sculpture. Each elephant in the clan becomes a symbol not only of their physical strength but also of the enduring cultural meanings associated with these magnificent creatures. As a focal point in any art collection, this bronze sculpture invites contemplation and appreciation for the intricate interplay of cultural symbolism and artistic craftsmanship.

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