LEO OSBOURNE "The Messenger Egyptian Epiphany" 6/50
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Bronze sculpture by contemporary artist Leo Osborne titled “The Messenger- Egyptian Epiphany” is #6/50.
From the artist’s website:
“The Egpytian god Horus is represented by a falcon on a perch. Horus is said to be the child of the gods Osiris and Isis and thus represents the primary celestial beings; the sun and the moon. Considered a sun god, the kings of Egypt identified with Horus and took the god’s name as the first of their titles.
Symbolically, “The Messenger-Egyptian Epiphany” carries the light of space between worlds. It is the Egpytian epiphany of god and man as Horus, awaiting coronation as king. The plinth bears the swirling azure reflections of the Nile wrought within a brilliant sunset beneath the falcon sun deity. The noble falcon emanates royalty with majestic plumage of purple, red and gold.”
This bronze is one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
8"W x 7.5"D x 33.5"H