Sculpture of the Venus of Milo
The 2.02 m high statue of Venus of Milo represents a sculpture of the goddess Aphrodite. She is next to the Laocoon group and the Nike of Samothrace one of the most famous representations of Hellenistic art.
This sculpture was discovered near an ancient theater on the Cyclades island of Milos, Greece, in 1820.
Louis XVIII and given by him to the Louvre in Paris, where it still has its place today!
- 24 cm high
- white cast stone
- filigree appearance