Angel statues are popular when it comes to garden decorations and they also perform other functions. Perhaps you would like to buy one of these so why not see all of them and try to decide on one of them? There is really no need to rush with the final decision.
Solar Power Guardian Angel Statue
This figurine depicting a guardian angel taking care of the children will be a great decoration of your garden. Put it not only aesthetic beauty, but also a kind of peace and harmony. It is very nice and very beautiful sculpture.
Remembrance and Redemption Angel Statue
This sculpture will be a perfect decoration, not only in the garden or the pool, but also in the many lavish and decorative interiors. Angel has been made very carefully and accurately with attention to even the smallest details.
14.75" Joseph's Studio Sleek Contempo Praying Angel Outdoor Garden Statue Roman
Ancient marble sculpture: Nike of Samothrace (discovery site), Greece. Winged goddess of victory. About 200 B.C.E. Louvre
Title: "Les Trois Grâces" Class: Free-standing statue Material: Marble Height: 1.19 metres Context: Found in the Villa Cornovaglia in Rome Original / Copy: Roman copy of Greek statue C2nd BC
Figure of Hercules with the apples of the Hesperides Roman copy, 2nd century AD, after Greek original. Mid 4th century BC Marble, h 201 cm
Angel with the Lance The bridge was built in about 133 to link the mausoleum of Hadrian to the left bank of the Tiber, but very little remains of the original structure. The Pope Clemens VII Medici in 1534 put the statues of Saint Peter and Saint Paul
Ancient Roman sculpture, Menelaus supporting the body of Patroclus, late 1st century AD
The Kirche am Steinhof (also called the Church of St. Leopold) in Vienna is the Roman Catholic oratory of the Steinhof Psychiatric Hospital. The building designed by Otto Wagner is considered one of the most important Art Nouveau churches in the world
"Faith is to believe what you do not see; the reward of this faith is to see what you believe." Saint Augustine - 354 – 430 AD - Bishop of Hippo Regius, Latin philosopher and theologian from the Africa Province (Algeria) of the Roman Empire
Angel statue ~ Kirche am Steinhof, also called the Church of St. Leopold, a Roman Catholic oratory of the Steinhof Psychiatric Hospital. built between 1903 and 1907 by architect Otto Wagner, mosaics & stained glass by Koloman Moser,, sculptural angels by
Candabean Collectibles - ROMAN Joseph's Studio 16" Guardian Angel with Children and Animals
bibliolectors: There’s an angel reading in the park / Hay un ángel leyendo en el parque
Hercules (Heracles) ("Farnese"), Roman colossal statue (marble), copy after Hellenistic original, 3rd century AD (original 4th c. BC), (Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples).
Marble Head of Adonis, legendary boy friend of *TURANA, Etruscan angel in charge of love and family affairs. Villa of the Papyri, Herculaneum. *TURANA Copyright ©2012 All rights reserved cannot be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without writt
Hercules was an ancient mythical hero, regarded as the greatest of the Greek heroes. Born in Thebes and was the son of Zeus and Alcmene, a descendant of Perseus.
Aphrodite Roman copy of 4th century BCE original by Praxiteles from Ostia, Italy by mharrsch, via Flickr
Holy Water Angel at St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cathedral, Armagh, County Down, Northern Ireland
An ancient Greek statue of Athena Parthenos (Phidias); the goddess of arts and warcraft is depicted with her symbolic attributes: a shield, a helmet and a figure of the victory-goddess Nike. (National Archaeological Museum of Athens)
Bella Morte cemetery art. Siste viator is Latin for Stop, Traveler. Used on Roman roadside graves.
“So her dead likeness, I do well believe, excels whatever yet you looked upon or hand of man hath done.” (5.3.18-19)
Hecate. An ancient goddess, sometimes depicted in triple form, variously associated with crossroads, entrance-ways, fire, light, the Moon, magic, witchcraft, knowledge of herbs and poisonous plants, necromancy and sorcery. She has rulership over earth, se
The State Hermitage Museum: Collection Highlights Cupid and Psyche 1796 Canova (Antonio Canova) 1757-1822 Marble; h 137 cm
Discobolus, Roman statue (marble), copy after Greek original by Myron, 2nd century AD (original 5th c. BC), (Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Rome).
The emperor Augustus as Pontifex Maximus Marble c. 40 CE In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome.
worldofmythology: “Roman Isis holding a sistrum and oinochoe and wearing a garment tied with a characteristic knot, from the time of Hadrian (117–138 CE).”
St. Peter, among the magnificent statues of the 12 apostles throughout the nave of St. John Lateran.
The Athena Nike, which I have seen in the Delphi Museum (except it had a cobalt blue wall behind itso looked amazing) and was completely blown away by.
Angel with the Cross The bridge was built in about 133 to link the mausoleum of Hadrian to the left bank of the Tiber, but very little remains of the original structure. The Pope Clemens VII Medici in 1534 put the statues of Saint Peter and Saint Paul
Sculpture & Statues | Rape of Prosperina Artist: Bernini (1621) Location: Borghese Gallery, Rome, Italy Medium: Marble Statue Style: Baroque
Angel with garment and dice. The bridge was built in about 133 to link the mausoleum of Hadrian to the left bank of the Tiber, but very little remains of the original structure. The Pope Clemens VII Medici in 1534 put the statues of Saint Peter and Sai
Ludovisi Ares, Roman after the Greek original from ca. 320 BCE. Some restorations were made to the sculpture by Gianlorenzo Bernini in 1622. This remarkable sculpture was rediscovered in 1622, on the site which was once apparently the temple of Mars, of w
Mars (Ares), head of Roman statue (marble), copy after Greek original by Alkamenes, ? (original 5th c. BC), (The Hermitage, St Petersburg).
At Ephesus,the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World attracted pilgrims from all over the Graeco-Roman world. The temple was erected in 29 BC. to the goddess Roma and the deified Julius Caesar. The cult of emperor worship was p
Hera: Queen of Olympus, known as Juno to the Romans, rarely show her in a particularly positive light; goddess of marriage