Female Torso of Venus de Milo, reduction after the famous statue of goddess Aphrodite, intriguing and fascinating since its discovery on the island of Melos in 1820. The ancient artwork is attributed to Alexandros of Antioch, ca 130 to 100 BC. This statue is now housed in Louvre Museum, in Paris.
Our bonded marble sculpture is produced by combining white Carrara marble powder and resin as a binding material. This material is easily molded in order to achieve incredible details. The sculptures are finished by hand.
MaterialWhite Carrara Marble Powder