A Roman marble torso of Aphrodite
Circa 1st Century A.D.
After a Hellenistic sculpture similar to the type of Aphrodite "Anadyomene", suggestively poised with her weight on her left leg, her right leg slightly advanced, her upper torso bent slightly forward to show the curvature of her body and pronounced waistline, her right breast and arm raised, 14in. (35.6cm.), mounted on a square marble plinth, the back of the left leg damaged