More About William Bouguereau’s The Birth Of Venus
This is not the first time that an artist has painted The Birth of Venus.
Sandro Botticelli was the first to create a painting of Venus emerging from the seas.
However, Bouguereau’s The Birth of Venus is not the actual origin of Venus but her transportation in a shell as a fully mature woman from the sea to Paphos in Cyprus.
Also known as Naissance de Venus, the Classic Greek artists and Renaissance painters heavily inspired the painting.
The beautifully thought-out composition of the painting leads the viewer’s eye into the sensual body of Venus.
The goddess of love and beauty is surrounded by other characters and cherubs in the background.
Her body stands out from all as she exhibits herself as a fully grown woman standing on the shell.
Her curly brown hair fell below her waist, and her slender body standing against the dreamlike background of the sky.
The position of the cherubs at the back creates a similar swirl to the characters in the forefront.
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