Collection: Aphrodite Statues (Resin)

The original Aphrodite statue was created for the Temple of Aphrodite at Knidos as a devotion monument. It represented the Goddess as she proceeded for the ceremonial bath that regenerated her pureness, shedding her drapery with one hand and discreetly concealing herself with the other.

Venus de Milo, ancient statue commonly thought to represent Aphrodite, now in Paris at the Louvre.

The “Aphrodite of Knidos” is the most famous of Praxiteles' works, and perhaps one of the most famous sculptures of Classical Greece.