Venus of Milo

 
 

White Carrara marble hand carved
 
Height: 3' 11.2″

Description

Is one of the most famous Greek statues. Was found broken into two parts in 1820 on the Greek island of Milos and is now kept in the Louvre Museum in Paris. It is believed that this is a work of Alexander of Antioch.

Additional information

Dimensions 32 x 25 x 120 cm
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