Venus De Milo by Alexandros of Antrioch

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Housed at Le Louvre, Paris (France), Venus de Milo is believed to have been a creation of a sculptor of the Hellenistic period, Alexandros of Antioch. The ancient Greek sculpture, distinguishable by its missing arms is believed to represent Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty, known as Venus to the Romans.

The Venus De Milo statue by Karara Mujassme amalgamates the classical essence of the original and with a hint of innovative characteristics such as the curved composition, symmetry and the perfect fall of the drapery over the hips.

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