Venus De Milo By Karara Mujassme

Venus De Milo By Karara Mujassme is a white marble stone statue embodying the grace and elegance of Goddess Aphrodite from Greek Mythology.

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One of the most renowned sculptures from ancient Greece, the Venus de Milo is the embodiment of flawless beauty in its most flawed form. The marble stone statue represents the Greek goddess of love and beauty, Aphrodite, and was sculpted during the Hellenistic period.

Discovered in 1820 on the small Greek island of Melos in the Aegean, Venus De Milo is currently displayed at the Louvre Museum in Paris.Extremely popular today, this poised figure of a goddess has been drawing the attention of art lovers all over the world.

Venus De Milo statue by Karara Mujassme is an amalgamation of 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.

LS-330 copy

Found in the ruins, the handless Venus De Milo is a glimpse of ancient ideals of beauty and poise in today’s modern world. It is the ideal yet imperfect and complete yet broken. The incomplete statue comes with its set of mysteries and several interpretations which has made an ancient work of art into a contemporary work of wonder.

The white stone marble adds to the artistic appeal of the statue. It is bound to become its owner’s pride, this classical beauty will undoubtedly adorn any setting of the home and garden decor with its artistic precision and immaculate beauty.

For more information email us at sales1@mujassme.com or call us at 07284931559.

Or visit our website at  www.kararamujassme.com

 

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