Gloria Victis Glory to Vanquished Angel Carrying Man French Statue Lost Wax Bronze Metal 31HPN# 7930
Accentuate your home or office with this beautiful "Gloria Victis" bronze statue. Gloria Victis or "Glory to the vanquished" was created by Antonin Mercie in 1874 in order to honor the fallen French soldiers in the Franco-Prussian War. The statue depicts the winged Fame (hope) is seen carrying a dying french soldier with a broken sword, symbolizing the defeat, to honor and glory.
Gloria Victis Statue, Lost Wax Bronze is made from bronze metal according to centuries old casting methods, black marble base. Measures: 31 in H x 14 in W x 13 in D.
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