These reproductions are taken from the world famous Portals of San Zeno Maggiore of Verona, Italy which are known as the "The Poor Man's Bible". The Iconography centers on the Old and New Testaments and the story of Saint Zeno. The simple, primitive art style of this medieval masterpiece remains compelling and personal. Reproductions of all forty-eight scenes are available in the smaller size. Some of the more popular bronzes are available in the two larger formats. They are available in 2 3/4", 5 1/2" and 17" sizes (all sizes are approximate) finished in antique patina. A few items are priced slightly more than the base prices due to added details.
Timeless scenes and stories make for memorable keepsakes, commemoration gifting, wall decorations or display items. Click image for pricing & ordering information.
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