Bronze Ancient Rome Large Angle Cupid and Psyche Statue
Baroque Sculpture of Angle Cupid
We hope that Cupid can shoot ourselves and our beloved together
I’m sure you’ve heard of the Love Goddess Cupid. Sometimes some people wish Cupid would shoot an arrow at the person they love in order to be with their loved one forever. On some occasions, you may have seen a statue of Cupid. And the sculpture that we’re making today is a bronze statue of Cupid and Psyche using the lost wax method. Let me take you through the love story of Cupid and Psyche.
Our sculpture shows the deep love between Cupid and Psyche.
The Greek mythology sculpture of Cupid and Psyche is created by Antonio Canova, who is an Italian neoclassical sculptor. He was the greatest sculptor since Michelangelo and Bernini. Looking for inspiration from ancient Greek and ancient Roman sculptures, Canova did a lot of imitation learning in the early days and evolved his own unique style, becoming the greatest sculptor in the neoclassicism period. Cupid and Psyche sculpture is the masterpiece of neoclassical sculpture. We also have many other neoclassical sculptures, like the bronze sculpture of Perseus with the Head of Medusa that we did before, it’s also worth buying.
We know that by looking it up. Among the existing sculptures in foreign countries about the mythological theme of Cupid and Psyche, the most famous one is the angel’s kiss, which is now hidden in the Louvre museum in France, which is 135 centimeters high. In the legend, Psyche was born beautiful extraordinary, for this by Venus envy, Venus with a variety of reasons for difficulties Psyche. Psyche went to hell for a sleep box at Venus’ command. When psyche opened the box of sleep curiously, she fell into a deep sleep. The Cupid went through all the trouble to find Psyche and kissed her, helped her get rid of the magic. The sculpture shows the moment when Psyche wakes up and reaches out her arms to meet Cupid. This sculpture shows the deep love between Cupid and Psyche. This sculpture fully demonstrates neoclassicism pays attention to composition and shape and focuses on line and form. Cupid extends its wings into the air to support the thighs of the body and the bent legs of Psyche, making the work take on a radiating shape with the momentum of flying. A very soft sculpture that makes you want to see more…
Of course, it’s impossible for everyone’s love story to be so dramatic, so fairy-tale. And we cannot deliberately pursue certain plots, but love itself is really a pursuit of happiness and pain, you do not have to taste all the joys and sorrows of love, but the process of love is bound to be ups and downs of life experience. As the story of Cupid himself tells us. This is a very good decoration for a public place, it will inspire more people to look at “love” itself. Of course, you can also put it in your garden, and it would be a good work of art anywhere. Never give up to pursue the person you love, sometimes the results aren’t great, but you’ll reap a ton of wealth in the process.