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Statue of the Poetà, of fiberglass, 100 cm, handmade in Italy.

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Time of realization about 20/30 days

2 733,00 €

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Fiberglass statue, internally empty and very light. It is suitable to be carried during the processions. The manufacturing is entirely manual. When the two parts are linked, there is the finishing of the statue and it is perfectly smoothed, then the statue goes through the coloring section. The skilled decorators hand paint using particolar varnishes, conforming to the traditional iconography. The fiberglass is a plastic material, very resistant and humidity absorber which is used in many sectors: industry, furnitures, building of boats, airplanes, vehicles, garden swimmingpool etc.

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No hay una história de apariciones y milagros, sino una representación simple de María Madre de Jesús, que tenía su hijo muerto en sus brazos.

La imagen más popular es la “Pietà” de Michelangelo, que fue esculpida entre 1498 y 1499 en el mármol de Carrara, para el Cardinal Francés Jean de Bilhéres.

Unos críticos relevaron en la escultura el aspecto demasiado juvenil de María, en contraposición a Jesús. Michelangelo dijo que “la Castidad, la Santidad y la Incorrupción  preservan  la juventud”.

Interesante y perfectamente interpretada fue la opinión de Vasari, que escribió que las personas virgenes no están contaminadas y mantiene nel aire de sus rostros sin ninguna mancha.

Michelangelo interpretò la representación non para re presentar la muerte de Cristo, porque le interesaba principalmente el aspecto simbólico de la escena. MAría está representada joven como cuando concebí a Cristo.

There is not a story of apparitions or miracles, but simply a representation of Mary Mother of Jesus, who has her dead son in her arms.

The most popular image is the “Pietà” of Michelangelo, that he sculpted  between 1498 and 1499 in the Carrara’s marble, for the French Cardinal Jean de Bilhères commission.

Some critics pointed out the young aspect of the Virgin compared with Christ. Michelangelo told that “Chastity, Sanctity and  Uncorruption preserve the youth”.

The opionion of Vasari about those critiques was beautiful and perfectly interpreted. He wrote that the critics did not know that the virgin people maintained the air of their face without any marks.

Michelangelo interpreted the representation not to illustrate the Christ’s death, but he was principally interested in the symbolic aspect.

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