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Maria Paulin Borghese (1780-1825) as "Venus Victorious" Bonded Marble Statue
by Antonio Canova (1757-1822) in the Galleria Borghese, Rome

When Paulin's brother Napoleon was immortalized by the famous Italian sculptor Canova, Paulin was not to be outdone. She was portrayed as a reclining Venus, but with one provision: the statue was extremely idealized to preclude gossiping about her figure. A Basil Street Gallery exclusive, complete with details including the painstakingly rendered garment folds, this more-than-foot-long masterpiece is cast in fine-quality bonded marble resin for proud display in home or gallery.

12½"Wx4½"Dx6½"H. 3 lbs.
Maria Paulin Borghese (1780-1825) as andquot;Venus Victoriousandquot; Bonded Marble Statue 5 5 3 3
Great value for money The quality of the products in particular in that section of the catalog varies widely from museum quality to bad Chinese copy. I bought a number of those statuettes with various results but that one is great value for money and the quality is very good March 16, 2014
Really Lovely This is an elegant addition to a number of styles. I love mine! February 22, 2014
This product is elegant and stunning. I have many of these statues with the white bonded marble and dearly love each and every one of them. They are such master pieces replicated with such attention to detail. I am always pleased with what I receive. I feel the prices are fair considering how beautiful they are. They are always packaged so carefully and I never have a problem having to send them back for breakage. February 22, 2014
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