|Venus de Milo|
|Artist||Alexandros of Antioch|
|Name in other languages|
- "A statue of the goddess of love found on the island of Milos. Many wonder how she originally posed."
- — Museum Exhibit, Animal Crossing: New Leaf
In New Leaf, the statue is displayed in the second artwork room, in the northwest quadrant.
In New Horizons
- Cannot be sold if it is a forgery.
In New Leaf, if she has long hair down to her shoulders, it is fake. If her hair goes down to cover only her ears, it is genuine.
In New Horizons, if there are three necklaces around her neck, it is fake. If there are no necklaces, it is genuine.
Venus de Milo is a marble sculpture thought to be crafted some time between 130 and 100 BC by Alexandros of Antioch. As one of the most famous works of Greek sculpture, itis commonly believed that the statue depicts Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty.
The statue was originally found broken in pieces within the ancient city ruins of Milos. The two pieces that remained mostly intact were the upper and lower body. Discovered with the two pieces were portions of the upper arm, and a left hand holding an apple. The original pose of the statue remains a mystery.