Valentine Cupid Eros Bronze Sculpture
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In legendary my theology Cupid also known as Eros, is the god of love,desire and affection. He is the son of goddess Venus and god Mars. He is always associated with carrying a bow and arrow handy when frolicking through the open skies. Those that are pierced by his arrow are quickly inspired to fall in love with the first person that crosses their longing gaze. In pop culture he is frequently portrayed as a chubby cute mischievous cherub who draws back his bow with reckless abandon . He is frequently blamed for misguided love and relationships. This Sculpture depicts Cupid all grown up and in the midst of stalking his love target. He reaches to his satchel of bows,which is slung to his side. He leans on his bow that he clutches to beside him. His face is mischievous and sly. His target won't know what hit him. His young body is muscular and his nude demeanor showcases it.
This brown patina Sculpture was cast using the Lost Wax Method and mounted on a black marble base.
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 17 X Width 8 inches.
Weight: 20 LBS.