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The Blessed Virgin Mary acrylic bust
1 @ $20,000.00
Date posted: 10-Apr-2024

The gentleman that made these has the exclusive rights from the Vatican to have taken the laser patterns from the originals.  It is marked and numbered.

Dimensions: Height 20 in. | Width 14.5 in. | Depth 14 in.

Medium: Acrylic

The Madonna della Pietà (Italian: 1498–1499), informally known as La Pietà, is a marble sculpture of Jesus and Mary at Mount Golgotha representing the "Sixth Sorrow" of the Blessed Virgin Mary, by Michelangelo. It is a key work of Italian renaissance sculpture.

The sculpture captures the moment when Jesus, taken down from the cross, is given to his mother Mary. Mary looks younger than Jesus; art historians believe Michelangelo was inspired by a passage in Dante alighieri's Divine Comedy:"O virgin mother, daughter of your Son ... your merit so ennobled human nature that its divine Creator did not hesitate to become your creature" (Paradiso, Canto XXXIII).  Michelangelo's aesthetic interpretaionof the Pietà is unprecedented in Italian sculpture because it balances the Renaissance ideals of Classical beauty with naturalism.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piet%C3%A0_(Michelangelo)

The Blessed Virgin Mary acrylic bust
1 @ $20,000.00
Date posted: 10-Apr-2024

The gentleman that made these has the exclusive rights from the Vatican to have taken the laser patterns from the originals.  It is marked and numbered.

Dimensions: Height 20 in. | Width 14.5 in. | Depth 14 in.

Medium: Acrylic

The Madonna della Pietà (Italian: 1498–1499), informally known as La Pietà, is a marble sculpture of Jesus and Mary at Mount Golgotha representing the "Sixth Sorrow" of the Blessed Virgin Mary, by Michelangelo. It is a key work of Italian renaissance sculpture.

The sculpture captures the moment when Jesus, taken down from the cross, is given to his mother Mary. Mary looks younger than Jesus; art historians believe Michelangelo was inspired by a passage in Dante alighieri's Divine Comedy:"O virgin mother, daughter of your Son ... your merit so ennobled human nature that its divine Creator did not hesitate to become your creature" (Paradiso, Canto XXXIII).  Michelangelo's aesthetic interpretaionof the Pietà is unprecedented in Italian sculpture because it balances the Renaissance ideals of Classical beauty with naturalism.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piet%C3%A0_(Michelangelo)

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3653 S 500 W
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
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David Mroz, ILB

Trish McGee
3653 S 500 W
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
(P) (866) 211-3960
(F) (469) 272-5062
Email: david.mroz1@itex.net
Web Site: http://den-peo-ogd.itex.com