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The Venus de Milo statue is an important example of the humanistic type of stonework because it depicts a goddess who is personified in human form. The fact that the statue's arms are missing raises many questions about how we should think about the arm, leg, and torso placement (such as whether she was holding an apple over her head in her left hand), but at the same time we have so much of the statue that there is a lot we can say about it. Humanism was an important style used during the Hellenistic times by studying human anatomy very carefully and in the Venus de Milo shows a very beautified and idealized form of the female body. The use of the position of the breasts, stomach, and hips and all of the detail put into depicting them offer a great example of how Hellenistic sculptors use a combination of anatomical detail and abstraction of the idea human form in order to depict a the goddess realistically and in a human way in the overall style of the statue.
The Venus de Milo is an important example of humanistic stonework because it depicts a goddess who is personified in an idealized human form. This vision, however, remains incomplete for modern viewers. That is, the statue's arms are missing, and this raises questions about how one should consider the formal aspects of the placement of the arms, leg, and torso. For example, one may wonder whether she was holding an apple over her head in her left hand. At the same time, there is enough of the statue in tact that one can say quite a bit about its formal components. By applying some of the principles of humanistic interest, one can see that the human anatomy is very carefully unfolded. The Venus de Milo shows a beautified and idealized form of the female body because it upholds a Hellenistic and a later Renaissance attitude toward symmetry. The position of the breasts, stomach, and hips, along with all of the patient detail, offers a strong example of how Hellenistic sculptors used a combination of anatomical detail and aesthetic abstraction with respect to the human form in order to depict the goddess at once realistically and at the same time as a depiction of what man may aspire toward.