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This beautiful sculpture was created by Luigi Borro in 1875. It's located in the Campo Manin in Venice. The winged lion is a traditional symbol in Venice, symbolizing St. Mark the Evangelist, the city's patron saint. The symbol of the lion comes from the Gospel of Mark: "remember the voice of John the Baptist in the wilderness, rises like a roar, announcing the coming of Jesus to men. " His voice was said to be like a lion roaring. The shadows on the sculpture were gorgeous and worked so well with the architectural detail  and cast shadows on the walls. Framed, 15 3/4" x 19"   Image, 10" x 16"

Lion of Venice Original

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