Bronze Code: 41
Height: 12.4 In
Width: 3.5 In
Weight: 4.3 LBs


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Discover the breathtaking artistry of Milo, an exceptional modern sculptor celebrated for his enchanting bronze sculptures that continue his renowned 'Thumbelina' series. Inspired by H.C. Anderson's fairy tale 'Thumbelina,' Milo’s character reflects the mesmerizing beauty that captivated the little Elf king. Every detail with meticulous care by the artist, this sculpture embodies the mysterious allure of the classic fairy tale character.

This splendid piece has been carefully cast in durable bronze, renowned for its longevity and timeless appeal. It guarantees a lifetime of enjoyment, no matter where it is displayed. Each sculpture is a testimony to the skill and creativity of Milo, who has made a significant mark in the world of modern European sculptors.

Furthermore, the artist’s craftsmanship is backed by his solid educational background from the Fine Arts School. Here, he honed his skills under the guidance of celebrated European sculptors. Milo's sculptures are more than just adornments. They are a perfect blend of art and storytelling, capturing the spirit and delicacy of the enchanting tiny protagonist, Thumbelina. His magnificent work is not only a tribute to the age-old tradition of sculpting but also a testament to his dedication and commitment towards his craft.

Our store proudly presents an exclusive collection of Milo's sculptures, including the latest addition, the 'Thumbelina' series. Most pieces in our collection are patterned after Milo's original models, ensuring their authenticity and inherent value. As the brand unifying the school of Fine Arts and the gallery, Milo’s sculptures assure quality, creativity, and a touch of timeless appeal.

Immerse yourself in the charming world of 'Thumbelina' and bring home a piece of this extraordinary fairy tale in the form of a bronze statue. Treat yourself or your loved ones to Milo’s artistry and relish in the timeless charm and detailed intricacy of these modern sculptures for years to come.