The remarkable Carrara white marble sculpture, "A Mother Ascending to Heaven," created by the talented Belgian artist Joseph Ducaju, was first introduced at the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1878.
His sculptures, often public monuments and royal figures, demonstrate exceptional mastery and acute sense of symbolism, as illustrated here.
The marble used is of exceptional quality, and the size of the sculpture is equally impressive. It is therefore not surprising that this work is mentioned several times in the literature of the time. As a testament to its importance, the work was exhibited a second time at the Antwerp Salon in Belgium, the artist's native country, in 1882.
Delevery information :
Deliveries are offered in Belgium and Northern France.
All other deliveries are subject to a charge.