Antique bust "Venus de Milo"

Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"
Antique bust "Venus de Milo"

Antique bust "Venus de Milo". The sculpture is made of white Carrara marble. Venus, she is Aphrodite, the goddess of love, beauty, prosperity and fertility. Venus in art is often just an image of beauty, purity and innocence unless mythological symbols such as a dove, a rose, or myrtle are added to it. The bust is signed by the author - Pugi. Italy, XIX century.Guglielmo Pugi (1850-1915) is an Italian sculptor born in Fiesole. In 1870, having moved to live in Florence, he opened his own workshop, which he supervised with the help of his two sons. His works have participated in many international exhibitions, including they were shown at the 1901 World's Fair in Buffalo, where some of his statues are still located.