High Quality Weeping Angel Marble Statue For Outdoor Decoration
The crying angel statue is a sculpture by William Wetmore Storey in 1894 for the tomb of his wife Emmeline Storey in the Protestant cemetery in Rome…. Storey himself wrote: “It represents the grieving angel , in total abandonment, drooping his wings and hiding his face on a funeral altar. The crying angel statue refers to a monster that can send others back to the past by touching them. In any creature (including their own Under the gaze of the same kind), they cannot move; under the gaze of the observer, the crying angel statue will turn into stone.
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So far, the crying angel statue is still the mainstream of the Chinese tombstone market. However, with the development of funeral reforms and the implementation of ecological burial by the government during festivals, the size restrictions on tombstones are becoming more and more strict. And with the promotion of ecological tombs on festival land, it gradually developed and became popular. A cemeteryis often a place of grief, where people mourn loved ones and friends who have passed away. Most people only enter the cemetery to pay their respects when a loved one dies or other specific times. There are also many crying angel statues in the cemetery. Rich people like to put a huge crying angel statue in front of their tombstones to express their understanding and concept of death. This tradition has lasted for hundreds of years.
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From the Renaissance to the present, Western countries have used flowers to decorate the graves of the dead. Tombstones are dead, stones are still life. In fact, many Westerners believe that flowers are a life-giving gift from nature and symbolize life. , from blooming to withering, from withering to re-blooming, people are more willing to accept this concept of survival, rather than admit that once they die, there may really be nothing left, so for a long time, flowers have become The main pattern of the crying angel statue. In addition to the angels and flowers on the tombstone, there are many leaves and grasses that symbolize life and rebirth. We often see carved patterns such as ivy, lily and palm leaves in foreign cemeteries. , the angel plants on these crying angel statues either represent longevity, immortality, life as gorgeous as summer flowers, or they can be safely buried in the soil. Through different greenery, the crying angel statue also symbolizes the end of the last page of the last chapter of the deceased.