Black Bronze Sculpture(29 items)
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I purchased this sculpture for my husband for our 30th wedding anniversary and couldn't be more impressed with the quality and beauty of this piece. My husband actually had tears in his eyes when he saw it's beauty. This is a romantic embrace of two lovers and it represented our love for each other over the years. Thank you Jaqueline for creating such a lovely piece and may you enjoy creating more beautiful pieces for more customers.
Jaqueline Cavalcanti Bronze sculptures
"Among the themes in my work, woman is one of the most appealing. The feminine body allows countless aesthetic possibilities…."
Popular Black Bronze Sculpture
Bronze Sculptures of Buddha (Set of 3) from Indonesia, "Thoughtful Buddha"
Designed by Indonesia's Adi Noviantara, this set of three bronze sculptures embodies the adage "see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil." Each piece in this set depicts Buddha, with an antiqued finish that makes for a tasteful addition to any home.
Pair of Antiqued Bronze Pigeon Figurines from Bali, "Friendly Pigeons"
Two pigeons bring a friendly vibe to any tabletop or shelf, adding to your welcoming home decor. Adi Noviantara designs the Balinese figurines with realism, crafting each one of bronze. An antiqued finish gives them character, elaborated with floral patterns.
Inca-Inspired Animal-Themed Bronze and Copper Sculpturej, "Inca Trilogy"
In the Andean cosmovision of the ancient Inca, three animals?—the condor, the puma, and the snake?—were believed to represent the different parts of the world. Crafted from bronze and copper, the three totemic animals pose together. The condor represents the messenger of gods and spirits, the puma represents wisdom, and the snake represents the land of the dead. Peruvian artisan Ana Maria Enciso creates this sculpture, given an antiqued finish.
Signed Brazilian Bronze Sculpture, "Flying"
Dancing together, two lithe bodies seem to fly, unbound by gravity. Sculpted from bronze, the work shows a handsome, oxidized finish. Emne Al-Haje studied dance for many years, and her knowledge of movement is evident in this graceful sculpture. It stands on a granite base.