Venus De Milo Sculptural Bust 13" High. Venus de Milo Bust - (2nd century B.C.), Louvre, Paris. One of the most famous sculptures in the world. Discovered in 1820 in Greece, this ideal of feminine beauty dates from the Hellenistic Age. The feeling of the Venus de Milo is a soft warm substance of the human female body and richness of her robe. This history sculpture will be wonderful for the home or garden gallery. The only way you can get closer to the original is by visiting the Louvre! The figurines are composed of alabaster dust mixed with a durable binding compound, each detail is finished with care by the artisans of Italy's Egregia Workshop. Mounted on a solid alabaster base. Venus De Milo is the Roman name and Aphrodite Of Melos is derived by the Greeks. Our version is cast to capture the statues stunning beauty and is set attached to a genuine alabaster museum mount for display.