- Painted Statue of St. Anthony
- Life-like features
- Stunning lines and intricate detail
Anthony of Padua (1195-1231), a disciple and friend of St. Francis of Assisi, became known as the finder of lost things from a simple story from his own life. A Franciscan novice took Anthony's Psalter without his permission. Anthony prayed for its return. The novice had a frightening apparition and rushed to return the book. Many view Anthony as the finder not only of lost articles, but lost intangibles: his is invoked to return lost health, happiness, peace, etc. Here he is shown holding Baby Jesus. This elegant statue was crafted by artisans at Joseph's Studio. Made of resin and stone, and measures 37" H.
- 37" (H) x 13.75 (W) x 12" (D)
- 22 lbs
- Resin/Stone Mix