A Roman marble life-size draped torso
1st-2nd Century A.D.
Of the "Venus Genetrix" type, her diaphanous chiton laid in a rounded bundle on the right shoulder and forming a v-shaped from the left shoulder, the drapery clinging to her naked body, falling in folds below, a thin low-slung belt secured across her hips, her right leg bent slightly forward, at the back her drapery falls from her right shoulder, 46in. (117cm.) high, 16in. (41cm.) diam. across the hips, right shoulder and left breast damaged, holes in the sockets and at the back for attachment
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