The veiled statues of the classic figures of Western women are very suitable for decorating the house of the villa, set off with yellow lights, high quality, and texture, these veiled statues show a beautiful woman rising from the water. The woman was holding a huge piece of yarn in both hands. Covering the whole body. The carved woman’s skin is looming, and the woman’s face is beautiful. Her image comes from mythology. While veiled statues show people the beauty, they also tell the story behind the stone.
Natural Marble / Stone / Granite
LIFESIZE / CUSTOM MADE SIZE
Amusement park, Theme park, Garden, Restaurant, Playground, Public Area, Garden, Indoor & Outdoor, etc
Every time I see these marble veiled statues, I will be deeply shocked. These sculptures are simply amazing! The use of masking techniques on hard marble sculptures can be breathtaking and give the marble sculptures a soft and breathable look. The difficulty of veiled statues lies not in the depiction of fabric wrinkles, but the feeling of “thinness”-where the gauze is close to the body, it should be carved into the skin but not completely transparent, and where it is not so close, it should be gradually grounded. Hide the wrinkles of the body’s protruding yarn. There are too many artworks about marble carvings. From the creation of ancient Greece to the imitation and sublimation of ancient Rome. With the precipitation and polishing of history on these marble veil statues. We can feel the truth that belongs to man and the silence of God. These classical and beautiful marble carving artworks, thanks to the ingenious accomplishments of the art masters, have transformed from cold and hard stones into veiled statues with jade-like skin.
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The fairy tale character background of veiled statues:
The veiled statues depict that as the water fairy Undine changes from liquid to human form, the white marble seems to dissolve into a corrugated wet fabric. Abandoned by her husband, the heartbroken fairy is seeking revenge: a hug that will make him burst into tears. Magical episodes like Undine’s Metamorphosis (famous for the German fairy tale of 1811) provide a valuable opportunity for Chauncey Ives and other American sculptors to demonstrate their skills in illusion stone carving. According to Paracelsus’ theory, a Wedding in veiled statues is a female elf in the water, or a goddess, the master of all water elements. They are mostly seen near lakes and waterfalls in the forest. They have a sweet voice, sometimes overshadowing the sound of running water. In some European folklore, if Wendini cannot be associated with a mortal man, it is impossible for them to obtain a real soul. But if the man who married Wendini had an affair and betrayed Wendini’s love, Wendini would kill her husband and return to life in the water again. The veiled statues also show us vivid stories.