Statue of the goddess of love Aphrodite (mid II century. BC. Er.), Of white marble. It is believed that its creator is a sculptor Agesandr (or Alexandros) Antioch (inscription illegible). Primarily attributed to Praxiteles.
The sculpture represents the type of Cnidus Aphrodite (Venus pudica, Venus blushing): the goddess, which follows his hand fell apparel (for the first time this type of sculpture carved Praxiteles, ca. 350 BC. Er.).
The model is made by the photo in ZBrush.
Venus low poly Product ID: 586422
Venus hi poly Product ID: 586238
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