Examen, St. Ignatius Loyola Monument Reproduction



This listing is for the 8.5 inch tall table top reproduction of the Fairfield University 'Examen' monument. Shown in foundry cast lost wax bronze with custom patina. Mounted on polished hardwood base with gold filled lettering. The reproduction shown was commissioned by Fairfield as a gift for Pope Francis. Available in 13.5" height and 8.5" height, this sculpture is available in a variety of configurations and prices points, including bonded, or cold-cast bronze.

***Return/Exchange Policy: Each of our products is made to order by hand and we do not accept returns or exchanges. For items that arrive damaged from shipment, please contact Jeremy right away to schedule refund or replacement, if possible. Shipping Policy: Shipping is paid by buyer and most items ship within 2-5 days unless otherwise noted. Items are packed with the utmost care but occasionally breakages occur. Please contact Jeremy right away if you item arrives damaged.***

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Reviews (5)


The most beautiful work of art I've ever seen!

Beautiful piece of art! Will definitely give ma a visual to focus on during my daily examen!

I have purchased both the 8.5” and 13” versions of the statue, and couldn’t be more pleased with them. They are exquisitely done, and everyone I show them to are most impressed. I would have paid an even higher price for them. I highly recommend them.

It’s a stunning piece that captures my gaze and inspires my personal practice of the Ignatian Examen. I will keep this smaller size version in my home, and ordered the larger version for my office where I do an Ignatian ministry, with particular attention to the Ignatian Examen.

First shipment was damaged, but the replacement was quickly provided. It is a beautiful sculpture portraying St. Ignatius Loyola in the throes of the “Examen,” a cornerstone of Jesuit essence, the three-times-daily reflection on one’s own “nonnegotiables,” the three or four principles by which one’s life is defined, and how faithful one has been to them. This “look in the mirror” is brilliantly portrayed in a face-to-face meeting of Ignio and his self.

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