Michaelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Fra Angelico- in the history of Western civilization, no artists were more influential than the Italian Renaissance Masters. Now the artistic visions that forever changed the world inspire “Michael, Angel of Protection,” a Renaissance-style work of art depicting Michael vanquishing evil in glorious, three-dimensional sculpture. A brilliant characterization of divine nobility, this sculptural masterpiece definitively captures the awe-inspiring power of angels. Premiere Issue in the Archangels of the Lord Sculpture Collection, “Michael, Angel of Protection” presents the greatest of all angels as a dynamic hero slaying the biblical serpent. This riveting sculptural masterpiece is expertly hand-crafted in fully-dimensional detail, evoking the look of high Renaissance art. Individual hand-painting in rich, Old World hues extends from every feather of Michael’s arching wings and youthful musculature to the leviathan’s individual scales and forked tongue. Michael wields a real metal, zinc-alloy sword. Truly breathtaking from every perspective, this sculpture showcases the mastery of the elite Rhodes Studios artisans, created exclusively for The Bradford Exchange. The dragon is a symbol of strength, protection and prosperity. It can protect one from harmful energy in life. Measures about 10 inches high (25.4 cm).

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  • A brilliant characterization of divine nobility, this sculptural masterpiece definitively captures the awe-inspiring power of angels.
  • This riveting sculptural masterpiece is expertly hand-crafted in fully-dimensional detail, evoking the look of high Renaissance art.
  • Individual hand-painting in rich, Old World hues extends from every feather of Michael’s arching wings and youthful musculature to the leviathan’s individual scales and forked tongue.
  • The dragon is a symbol of strength, protection and prosperity. It can protect one from harmful energy in life.
  • Measures about 10 inches high (25.4 cm).

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